Worship

Worship

Worship Schedule

Regular Sunday Schedule of Worship and Ministry 8:15 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II – Nursery available 9:15 – 10:00am Breakfast in Burtenshaw Hall 10 am -10:45 am Sunday School for all ages 11 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II – Nursery & Children’s Chapel available HOLY WEEK SERVICES Palm Sunday, April 14 – 8:15 and 11am Holy Eucharist Monday & Tuesday, April 15 & 16 – 7pm Evening Prayer Wednesday, April 17 – 7pm Tenebrae Service Maundy Thursday, April 18 –…

Funerals

It is with sadness – but also with the hope of eternal life that comes through the power of Christ Jesus – that we face the passing of our loved ones.  Please contact Fr. Reginald at 770-521-0207 to discuss your plans and wishes in further detail . Families may also wish to learn more about St. Aidan’s memorial garden.

Weddings

Congratulations!  St. Aidan’s welcomes the opportunity to be a part of your experience as you and your future spouse embark on the beautiful and spiritual journey of marriage.  Please contact Fr. Reginald at 770-521-0207 to discuss your plans and wishes in further detail.  You can download a copy of  St. Aidan’s Wedding Policy

Readings

Here is a link to the Episcopal Lectionary for all of 2019 with links to the lessons from the Revised Common Lectionary, as modified for use in Episcopal worship  April 14 – Palm Sunday April 15 – Monday in Holy Week April 16 – Tuesday in Holy Week April 18 – Maundy Thursday April 19 – Good Friday April 20 – Easter Vigil April 21 – Easter Day April 28 – Second Sunday of Easter May 5 – Third Sunday…

Children’s Chapel

Children’s Chapel is a Sunday morning worship experience designed just for children aged 3 through elementary school. Children are invited to process out of  church together, led by the Children’s Minister, to gather in Burtenshaw Hall next door.  There, we have our own Gospel reading and age-appropriate sermon segment, complete with a weekly children’s bulletin and parent trivia. 5 mins Prayer 2 mins Snack 5 mins Gospel reading 7 mins Sermon / Activities 2 mins Children’s Offering 2 mins Parent…

Sunday Server Schedules

Please call (770-521-0207) or email (office@staidans.org) for information about service opportunities. Breakfast Teams (Don McPherson & Mike Nolan) New members are always welcome and needed. Team CaptainsTeam 1 – Manny Rodriguez Team 2 – Jim Frederickson Team 3 – Bob French Team 4 – Don McPherson Team 5 – Theo Manos Prayer Station Lay Eucharistic Ministers Greeters Lectors/Intercessors Ushers Vergers Vestry Person of the Day (VPOD) Altar Guild (JoAnne Goione) If you would like to serve St. Aidan’s by joining the Altar Guild we…

Prayer Requests

Prayer Requests If you would like us to pray for you or someone you know, a prayer request box and forms are in the Narthex. You can also fill in the form below. Please note that all information submitted is held in the strictest confidence.

Baptisms

In the name of Christ, we welcome you to the St. Aidan’s community! Baptism is full initiation into the Body of Christ, and it seals us as Christ’s own forever.  Baptism is also just a beginning. We hope all who are baptized at St. Aidan’s grow into this community of faith, learn of the grace of God, and “know Christ and Make Him Known.”  If you have questions, please complete the form below, contact the parish office at office@staidans.org or Fr.…

Music

Music is an active and growing ministry at St. Aidan’s.  The primary mission of the Music Ministry is to provide the congregation with well-prepared, inclusive and dynamic anthems, hymns, service music, as well as opportunities for performance and education, which fosters spiritual growth and participation within the walls of St. Aidan’s and beyond. The foundation of this ministry stems from our Chorister’s Prayer: “Grant that what we sing with our lips, we may believe in our hearts; and what we…

Sunday School

Sunday School  – serving children in Pre-school through 5th grade.  These Faith Formation classes are offered Sunday mornings from 10:00-10:45 am in the preschool classrooms, located on the lower level of the parish hall building. Sunday School at St. Aidan’s utilizes the lectionary-based Spark: Activate Faith curriculum, and it is FUN! Our classes incorporate storytelling, music, projects and play. Our teachers work hard to create a safe, loving environment that teaches children about God’s love and supports our objective of…

Our Worship

What to expect at an Episcopal Church (Courtesy of The Episcopal Church Archives – Visitors’ Center) Sunday is traditionally when Episcopalians gather for worship. The principal weekly worship service is the Holy Eucharist, also known as: the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or Mass.  Worship is accompanied by the singing of hymns. Worship Styles All worship in the Episcopal Church is based in the Book of Common Prayer, which gives worship a familiar feel, no matter where you go.  Worship at…

Sunday School

Sunday School Children’s Sunday School meets on Sunday Mornings from 10am to 10:45am, August through May. St. Aidan’s uses a combination of two curriculums from Sparkhouse – Spark and Whirl. Both curriculums are lectionary-based. Each class includes prayer, music, snack, crafts or activity and a lesson related  to scripture. If you are new to St. Aidans, a Greeter will be delighted to direction you to the assigned location. Nursery | Up to Age 3 – Nursery care provided by Friends of the…