Please join us for a reception in Sifers' Hall in Mother Karen Schlabach's honor immediately following worship on February 9.
Pictured here: Mother Karen Schlabach, husband, Mike Blouin and Cherry. Mother Karen is the Youth, Campus, and Digital Missioner for The Episcopal Diocese of Kansas.
Thank you for worshiping with us as she celebrates her first Eucharist after her ordination to the Priesthood Saturday, January 8, 2022, at Grace Cathedral.
Our prayer for Karen and Mike is that they may continue to dwell in the peace of God, which passes all understanding. We give thanks for Karen sharing her passion and talents with St. Aidan’s and our Diocese.
Join us for 'in-person' worship on Sunday,1-9-2022
NOTE: St. Aidan's Sunday Services are also on Facebook Live.
No one wants to take a step back by returning to wearing masks in church, especially during the Christmas season. Unfortunately, Covid numbers and its variant are rising.
Your vestry and I want to protect you and our visitors by requiring everyone to wear a mask during services. Thankfully we can still sing in church. We may have to wear masks but we can still see the Star!
Be our Guest (coffee hour) is also canceled until further notice.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
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Holy Eucharist RITE II, 10:00 am-The Rev. Canon Patrick Funston
ROTA for Dec. 9, 2022
Acolyte: Ben Strain
Lector 1: Carolyn Sturgeon
Lector 2: Anne Brunner
Intercessor: Karon Wintrode
Ushers: Mark and Norma Sappenfield
Counter: Mike Belt
Altar Guild: Karon Wintrode
The January and February 2022 ROTA is finished.
As usual, please find your replacement if you are unable to serve on your Sunday. Then please let me know.
Or if you would like to donate through other means, Please contact Tim Tatlock at 913-764-3050
Help For Tornado Victims
Donations to theUS Disaster Fundwill support Episcopal Relief & Development and its partners as they respond.
Sustaining Earth, Our Island Home
“I would like to share with you an initiative from the National Episcopal Church's office of the Most Rev. Michael Curry. "Sustaining Earth, Our Island Home" tackles the Episcopal Church's pledge for the care of creation and provides support for individuals and parishes seeking to take those incremental steps toward living in a more sustainable, moral manner when it comes to the impact we have upon the Earth and our capacity to continue to live on it. To paraphrase Bishop Bascom the biggest environmental problems are not biodiversity, water usage, or climate change but greed, selfishness, and apathy.
To learn more about this program, please visit http://www.sustainislandhome.org/ and enroll yourself in this program. Please remember to list St. Aidan’s, Olathe as your parish. Our Bishop will reward the parish with the most participation.”