Church service at St. Aidan’s for Sunday, January 19, 2020 is being cancelled due to the storm coming in Saturday evening.
This Sunday, December 29th, at 9:30 AM, St. Aidan’s will be having our service of Lessons and Carols. This service is the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus. It is told through the readings of lessons from the Bible with carols and hymns sung in between each reading.
We hope you will be able to join us for this inspiring and prayerful service.
Blessings be with you all.
Tuesday evening, December 24th, St. Aidan’s will be holding a Eucharistic service with music and choir starting at 3:45 PM. All are welcome to join us in this most spiritual service in recognition of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
As of Sunday, December 1st, the start time of our Sunday services at St. Aidan’s permanently changed to 9:30 AM.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
On Saturday, November 2nd, Bishop Thomas Brown visited St. Aidan’s Church in Machias where he met with members of the Vestry and, along with Rev. Lynn V. Rutledge+, blessed and dedicated the Stephen Moyer Memorial Garden. Among those in attending were members of Stephen’s family who were able to make the trip for this loving event.
The Bishop also performed a service of Baptism and Confirmation for Scot Willson and the renewal of Baptismal vows for Anne McGhie.
We would like to thank parishioner Dale Miller for taking these photographs.
My name is Suzie O’Clair and I am now keeper of the St. Aidan’s website. Our hope is that this site will be both a tool and a form of a newsletter for visitors and our parishioners alike so, if you have any ideas, submissions or requests, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Bishop Thomas Brown will make his first visits to the three Washington County Episcopal Churches at the end of this month. He’ll spend almost four days with us, and during that time will meet with Vestries, clergy and congregations as well as touring our towns, stopping in at ministry projects, blessing a memorial garden and confirming and receiving new members.
Saturday, November 2 – Bishop Brown will head to Machias where he will meet with the St. Aidan’s Vestry and with confirmands. In the late afternoon, he will bless the new Stephen Moyer Memorial Garden, have supper with parishioners and preside at Holy Eucharist with Confirmation in the evening.