A place to connect, even in a pandemic

This year the coronavirus has changed much of our way of life. At church this has meant a lot of change. We are thankful that we are now beginning to restart Sunday Gatherings, and you can view here our latest update ‘Sunday’s at St Aidan’s‘.

For those who are not yet feeling able to join our physical gatherings, you could join any of our services Live on Zoom, and we are also continuing to make available a pre-recorded service, this is all on the ‘Online Service’ webpage.

The outline below will give you a sense of the ways to connect with God and one another at St Aidan’s through this time. You might also like to sign up to the weekly St Aidan’s News, keep up with other updates by liking our Facebook page, and take time during the week to contact one another.

The General Office of the Presbyterian Church in NSW is providing guidance for us, see their latest updates here: PCNSW Updates

Connect on Sundays

Services at St Aidan’s

Currently we are meeting at 9am, 10.30am, & 5pm. Arrangements for services comply with the government’s Covid Safe recommendations. More details are in the ‘A Guide to Regathering’ document above.

Kids Church

Our Sunday Kids Church has restarted in Tulloch Lodge, meeting at 10.30am.

Church Online

Follow the link from our ‘Online Service’ page to take part in any of our services live Zoom, or make use of the Online Service.

Connect Through the Week

Tuesday Prayer Meeting

Join our Tuesday morning prayer meeting,  7.30-8.30am in the church hall.

Small Groups

Being part of a midweek small group is the best way to grow in your relationship with God and others at St Aidan’s. Most are meeting face to face, others continue to meet on Zoom. Contact us to find out about groups.

Kids Club & SAYGE

Kids Club meets at St Andrew’s, 5.30-6.30pm. SAYGE is meeting in Tulloch Lodge, 7.15-9.30pm.

Weekly Newsletter

Subscribe to St Aidan’s weekly news to stay updated with all the church family news.

Sign up for our newsletter

Phone calls

Elders, ministry leaders, and our pastoral care network are calling to check in and hear what needs people have. Who could you phone to say hello?

Connect with our Community

The Mission Continues

Our recent sermon series reminded us that while many programs are canceled, God’s mission is not. We are still sent as his disciples to make disciples of others. Listen to that series for some ideas.

Connect with your neighbours

This is a time when we can show love those who live on the same street. Why not deliver some #viralkindness cards offering help, or drop your neighbours a note.

Your ideas?

How are you connecting with others and sharing the gospel at this time? Let us know your ideas so we can keep making the good news known to our community.