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St. Aidan's Church: All Are Welcome

St. Aidan’s Church

318 Queen Mary Dr.

All Are Welcome - this is part of the vision of St. Aidan’s, to be a place of sanctuary, of safe space, for every person. It is in this spirit that we invite you to a virtual gathering. We’re here, even virtually, to connect with. The people are friendly and welcoming, the music is beautiful.

We are practising physical distancing, as a way to “love our neighbours as ourselves,” in the universal language of respect for the dignity of every person.

As we practise this physical distancing - we don’t need to be ‘socially distanced’ - we need to connect. Many are feeling disconnected from others during these times of isolating, and isolation.

Please accept this invitation to attend a gathering on zoom, and of course in person when we get back into the building. Our zoom times are Thursdays at 1:00 p.m., and Sundays at 10:30 a.m., for saying ‘hi’, service begins at 11:00. If you are interested, curious, or in any way wanting to ‘try us out’ contact Fran at, or 905.407.3772

Here’s a link to our website: Looking forward to meeting you!

Some of the comments from those who’ve been drawn to St. Aidan’s -

“I found what I was looking for at St. Aidan’s. Caring, compassionate people who love one another and their neighbour as Jesus taught us to. I found a commitment to do what is right and just or all.”

“In 2004 I got a promotion in Whole Foods that brought me back to Canada. Their first Canadian store was in Yorkville but a new one was planned for Oakville, so this was where I found a new home. I knew absolutely no one in town. The work was stressful and when I asked the lake what I should do, it said, “Sing!” Immediately I thought, “Well, Anglicans sing everything and there’s a church just blocks away.” So I went and sang and was glad... for much more than the singing. It is, you are the core of my Oakville life.”

Our Community Partners

West River Residents Association

Positive Minds Daycare

Chinese Anglican Mission

RP4K (Real Programming 4 Kids)

Oakville Choral Society (weekly rehearsals)

Diocese of Niagara

Christ Abundant Grace Ministries (Filipino congregation)

GASP (Grandmothers Act to Save the Planet)

Drawing Bee (adult creative arts program)

Women Together (discussion group for parish/community women)

Fresh Food Box Program

ACE (older adult safe exercise program)

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

White Oaks AA

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