We often carry heavy burdens and the world around us can sometimes leave us feeling more anxious than loving or peaceful. Having a place to find rest, to connect with God and with the truest and deepest parts of ourselves, and practice Jesus’ way of love gives us the strength we need for the journey God has for each of us.
No matter who you are, or where you are on the journey of faith, God welcomes you and loves you. And so does St Aidan’s, Camano Island!
The Rev. Drew Foisie, Vicar
8:00 AM – Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 AM – Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:15 AM – Education Hour in the Nave
Child Care 9:15 – 11:15 AM
Join us for coffee hour after the 10:00 AM service.
Wednesday Morning service:
Holy Eucharist, Rite I, 10:00 AM
Intercessory prayer and anointing available
A world reconciled by the love and peace of Jesus Christ.
St Aidan’s Mission is about Loving God, Transforming Lives, and Serving Others.
We believe that regular worship (Holy Eucharist, communal confession, prayer and praise) are central to nourishing the whole person, central to being transformed and empowered to serve our neighbors, our wider community and the world.
We believe that love practiced in the way of Jesus transforms lives (our own and others); and we are committed to fostering a self-aware and truthful, life-giving and loving spiritual home for all.
We believe that our worshiping community is stronger when we discover one another’s God-given gifts and abilities, affirm them, and use them in love to serve others in Christ’s name.
Aidan was a 7th century Celtic saint from Ireland, Scotland, and later Northumbria. He was trained as a monk and disciple of Jesus under saint Columba at the island monastery of Iona in Scotland.
St Aidan’s Mission held its first service on August 2, 1959. The service was conducted by the Venerable Walter McNeil in the West Stanwood Town Hall. There were 51 present and 42 received Communion. On September 6th of that year, the congregation moved into the Ladies’ Aid Hall at Utsalady, Camano Island.