St Aidan's church hall is being used by the NHS for vaccinations. All appointments are arranged by the NHS. Please do not contact the parish with queries about vaccinations as the church has no involvement with that service. If you wish to contact the vaccine centre organisers please ring 020 8939 7926. ;
St Aidan's Parish Synod Submission
St Aidan's Parish have submitted a document to the diocese as a part of Listening Phase of the Synod Process 2021 2023
Please find a copy here (click here)
The Diocese has now issued its draft Synthesis Document, which is a consolidation of the Synod submissions from all the parishes in the diocese of Southwark. As the next stage in the Synod process, this document in turn will be submitted, along with similar documents from other dioceses, to the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales. You can read the document here
Our Sunday Mass attendance is increasingly getting back to pre Covid numbers. Our weekday Masses have an abundance of space available. Please check the newsletter (below) for full details of Mass times. We are continuing to live stream the Masses for those who are housebound or isolating. To join a live-streamed Mass from St Aidan's click on this link.
The times of weekend Masses are shown below. See newsletter (above) for times of weekday Masses.
All Masses are streamed on our YouTube channel.
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You can access the daily Mass readings by following this link: https://www.universalis.com/europe.england.southwark/mass.htm. In addition, each week from Wednesday you can find the upcoming Sunday readings with commentaries on the Wednesday Word website: http://www.wednesdayword.org/sunday-gospel.htm.
There are many other spiritual resources available. For information about some of them click here.
Keep in Touch
We have a parish mailing list which we are using to send to parishioners a weekly email including a direct link to the newsletter. Joining the mailing list is straightforward - just follow this link and fill in the short sign-up form: http://eepurl.com/gXMief. Please pass this link on to anyone else who might be interested.
Parents and the wider community have been taking an interest in the recent controversy concerning the diocese and the Governing Body at The John Fisher School in relation to a book signing event. A previous statement from the diocesan Schools Commission was published in our newsletter. Since then, the Archbishop...
The PPC have decided that the following should apply in St Aidan’s parish: People are asked to continue wearing a face covering at church for the time being. Hands should be sanitised when entering and leaving the church. There is no need for formal social distancing but those present should...
The Parish Pastoral Council held our second meeting of the year on the 7th April in the church hall. We were joined by Peter Chamberlain, our synod process parish delegate who updated us on the process and timelines for submitting our Parish document and the consequent draft Diocesan document. We...
The Parish Pastoral Council held our first meeting of the year on the 3rd February in the church hall. Roque Fernandes announced his resignation from the PPC due to personal circumstances. The PPC are grateful for the time he has spent serving on the council and the contribution he has...