Preschool & mmo

Preschool & mmo

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church provides a Youth Ministry, a Children’s Ministryand a Preschool and Mother’s Morning Out (MMO).

Lauren FitzHugh is St. Aidan’s Director of Family Ministries (, 803.223.1134)

Ellen is St. Aidan’s Youth Director.

Julie Aleksandrowizc is St. Aidan’s Pre-School Director

Sunday Nursery

The nursery is available for children ages 3 months to kindergarten during 8:15 am and 11 am Sunday morning services. Our loving nursery caregivers are CPR and First Aid-trained and are certified in the Episcopal Church’s “Safeguarding God’s Children” program. The nursery is located in the lower level of the parish hall, in the preschool wing.  Please let a greeter or usher know if you are visiting for the first time, and we would be happy to show you to…

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)

God has a special love for young adults as they enter one of the most important decision-making period of their lives. EYC is a Sunday night youth group at St. Aidan’s, providing students with a time for fellowship and to grow in Christ through student-led programming. A typical Sunday night opens with an ice-breaker to get everyone comfortable and talking, followed by a game for 30 – 45 minutes. Games include kickball, tag, board games, and more. After games, there…


Confirmation is the adult profession of faith of the vows made at Baptism. Confirmation is administered by a bishop by the laying on of hands in the context of Sunday Eucharist. If one was confirmed in another denomination (Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Methodist, etc), he or she would be received into the Episcopal Church by the bishop. A person who was confirmed at a younger age may wish to reaffirm his or her vows. Youth Confirmation When a young person (usually…


St. Aidan’s charters both Boy Scout Troop 1459 and Cub Scout Pack 1459 of the Northern Ridge District in the Atlanta Area Council. Members are from our church community, local school and the local community. Use one the links below to learn more. Troop 1459 Pack 1459

Christmas Pageant

The children of St. Aidan’s bring the Nativity story to life in this joyful annual tradition.   From angels to donkeys, everybody has a role in this important narrative!  Pageant typically takes place at the 4 pm Christmas Eve service. Costumes are provided, and speaking roles require 1-2 rehearsals.  For more information, please contact the Director of Children’s Ministries, at