Spiritual Formation

The first of our three core values is spiritual formation. Our Christian faith is both distinct and inclusive. In the practices of prayer, meditation, Scripture study, eucharistic celebrations, acts of mercy, ecological responsibility and the pursuit of justice, we grow together as pilgrims, journeying in the Way of Jesus.



We believe our spiritual journey begins at birth and never ends. God’s global family especially encompasses all racialized, LGBTQ+, and economically disposessed peoples. At St. Aidan's we believe that diversity reflects the glory of God. We are committed to being an anti-racist congregation that prioritizes truth and reconciliation. No matter who you are, or who you love, you have a welcome place among us.


Community Engagment

We live in the local and global village. We strive to make our ministries thoughtful and creative, meeting the needs of those around us. We seek to build relationships and cooperative partnerships with other faith communities and local establishments, as we proclaim in word and action Jesus' Good News and his vision of a new creation. 

​Join us as we strive to know Christ and make Christ known to all.