Welcome to St. Aidan's!
Saturday, Nov. 1, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Candlelight and Silence
to remember those we have loved and lost
In this time of tremendous loss for the family of Hannah Graham and for the community, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church offers its sanctuary as a gathering place to light a candle, walk the labyrinth, or spend time in silence. The church will be open between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 1. While comfort may yet feel out of reach, we offer this place and time to be in the quiet with painful truths, difficult unknowns, and heartbreaking losses. Some measure of healing and nourishment can be found in being alone together. Come for a moment or stay for an hour. All are welcome.
St. Aidan's is a worshipping community, welcoming people wherever they are on their faith journey. Our purpose is to nurture and develop faith in God and equip individuals for ministry in all aspects of their lives. We invite others to join us as we strive to grow in love of God and neighbor. This is the work to which Christ calls us. All are welcome at St. Aidan's!
Several services on Sundays offer different worship experiences:
a very kid-friendly shorter service with Eucharist, guitar music, and rhythm instruments for children of all ages.
our more traditional Eucharist, with organ and choir.
our Celtic service, with lots of candlelight, beautiful meditative music, and room for quiet.
During the school year, we offer educational programs for children and adults between the two morning services.