Hi and welcome! Our services are open to all. We would love to see you soon!

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We are a community seeking to follow the two commands passed on to us by Jesus – to love God and to love other people. Sounds simple, yet it is what motivates us to be who we are and do what we do.

We still have much to learn about how we put both those commands into practice. We look to support and encourage one another in so doing.

We have groups that meet through the week for learning, prayer, and mutual support, and Journey to Life for people simply wanting to understand what it’s all about. No background in church or faith necessary.

Our focus: tapping into a number of the priorities of our namesake, Aidan, we seek to be

  • a house of prayer
  • a place of hospitality and help
  • a centre of creativity and learning

And we welcome fellow travellers with us.

Like to find out more about Christianity or church or faith or just what it’s about? Or like to find out more about baptism, confirmation, or such things, please be in touch.

We’d love to help you explore and engage.

Contact Phil for initial inquiry (0431 236 500)

Sundays @ 10.00am (each week) & 5.00pm (fortnightly)

are our regular gathering for worship times. No experience necessary to come and join us.

Our fortnightly Praise service, at 5.00pm, is a time to draw strength and refreshment from God. With our music team to lead us, a time to soak in God’s Spirit, to be equipped and strengthened for daily life.

Address: 64 Robert St Parkdale  (corner McSwain St)

Our 2nd Centenary Book = Thoughts of past Vicars is available to download here (PDF) -click here

Our locum vicar, Phil Hurwood

May I live this day
Compassionate of heart,
Clear in word,
Gracious in awareness ,
Courageous in thought ,
Generous in love.

Thursday is Chatty Cafe – lunch ‘n chat, 12 noon till 1.30. Then sing-along till 2.00 and arvo tea. We’d love to see you! Photo below…resumes in Feb.

Our Centenary celebration – 2nd April, 2023, celebrating 100 years in Parkdale (photo below), and looking forward to what God will do.

History of St Aidan’s booklets available ($10)