We hope you can find a place that suits you here in our Parish. Contact the office for more information. Take a look at our Ministries below:

Association of Anglican Women (AAW)

The Association of Anglican Women is involved in many aspects of parish life and is a long-serving and active part of St Aidan’s. The group meets on the first Tuesday in the month at 1:30pm in the church. All visitors/newcomers are welcome!

Aims of the association:

1. To unite in prayer and participate in the mission of the church
2. To promote, safeguard and nurture Christian family life.

Coffee & K’s

Join us for a walk on the fourth Saturday of each month, followed by coffee at a nearby café. Information about our next walk is shared in the newsletter each month. Join us at the starting point at 10am, or at the St Aidan’s car park 9:30am for car-pooling. All abilities are welcome!

Kids’ Church

When you come to Kids’ Church, you can expect to sing, dance, hear from the bible, participate in some activities or crafts and share a little bit of food. To find out more information and check out some photos, click here.

mainly music

St Aidan’s runs mainly music, an outreach to preschool children and their caregivers through music and movement! To read more about mainly music at St Aidan’s, click here.

Men’s Ministry

The men of St Aidan’s often meet for breakfast in Remuera and occasionally go on fishing trips. If you’d like to hear more about this, contact Pete M.

Mission and Outreach

To check out the variety of Mission and Outreach we do here at St Aidan’s, click here.


St Aidan’s has always had a strong musical tradition, and we have a range of outlets for those who are interested. Our choir performs during our 9:30am service, with a Worship Band joining in occasionally. Contact the Office for the current choir practice time and location.

Pastoral Care

To check out some of the ways we do pastoral care here at St Aidan’s, click here.

Pins and Needles

If you are a keen knitter whose family no longer need your handmade articles, or if you have never picked up a pair of knitting needles but would like to learn – now is your chance! Join us the second Monday of the month, 10am-12pm.

Ideas, patterns, plans and yarns are exchanged in an atmosphere of fellowship, refreshment and inspiration while warm clothes are knitted for the Anglican Trust for Women and Children, Counties Manukau Community Midwives, The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at National Women’s Hospital, Aged Concern and other charities.

Donations of machine washable wool and small buttons of all colours and weights would be gratefully received.

Small Groups

We have a range of small groups for you to join here at St Aidan’s. Being part of a small group allows people to get to know fellow parishioners and is a way to explore our faith together, with discussion and prayer being at the forefront. We attempt to offer a safe place to share thoughts and experiences as we try to deepen our understanding of God.

Women’s Evening Fellowship

Share in fellowship every 3rd Tuesday of the month for a varied programme held in the Gathering Area.

Check out our newsletters for upcoming information.

Writing Group

A quiet hour when you can tackle your own particular social concern. Bring your own device (wifi is available), or pen and paper. Sometimes a group activity may be provided as an option. Meeting on the last Friday of each month, 10am to 11:30am in the Gathering Area

Young Adults

We currently have an ongoing home group, held every second Sunday after church. If you would like get involved, check out more here or contact Isobell.


Come and join us as we have a great time learning about God, playing some exciting games and munching on some tasty treats occasionally.

To check out Youth times and see some photos of previous events, click here.