5 Ascot Avenue, Remuera  (09) 929 4670

News & Announcements

To keep up to date with what’s happening, take a look at our weekly Newsletter here and our latest Parish Magazine here.

Coming Up:

Key Upcoming Dates:

Evening Service – Sunday 24th March
Youth Service – Sunday 31st March
Cleaning Bee – Saturday 6th April

Lenten Program 2019

For the Love of God: How the church is better and worse than you ever imagined.

We will be running this 4-session video documentary by the Centre for Public Christianity, confronting the worst of Christian history – and also traces the origins of Western values like human rights, charity, humility, and non-violence back to the influence of Jesus.

We have two showing times: 11am on Sunday (starting 10th March) and 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start on Thursday (starting 14 March), all are welcome. There will be 5 sessions all together.

Recent Events:

St Aidan’s Church Family Picnic, Sunday 3rd March 2019

Our first intergenerational event for the year was a lovely picnic in Cornwall Park. We had a range of parishioners come along to this event, which featured; a scavenger hunt, shared food, ice-creams, cricket, chatting and playing around in the trees. We look forward to our next event, and would love to see you there!

Christmas, 2018

Image may contain: ringLet us be reminded of our Christmas challenge – to remember that as people who believe in God, we are called to walk a different beat to society; we are the ones who should be demonstrating God’s love to those around us, reaching out to those in need, and being God’s hand and feet here on earth. The drum is a reminder of this challenge.

The gift box reminds us of our call to be part of the ongoing gift of Jesus’ birth at Christmas, and be like Mary and the shepherds willing to see God in surprising places, willing to be part of the ongoing Christmas story that started over 2000 years ago.

Garage Sale & Spring Fair 2018, Saturday 15th September

The sun shone. The spring showers stayed away but the bargain hunters came in their droves.

Queues formed outside the Gathering Area – the temporary home to quality furniture items and other high-end goods ranging from antiques to Stihl gardening equipment. All priced to sell.

The 8am stampede in the Church hall didn’t disappoint either as shoppers jostled for the pick of the bargains – and there were plenty – linen, toys, appliances, kitchenware, bric-a-brac, household, tools, sports goods, clothing and jewellery & bling.

Our bake stall took pride of place at the entrance/exit to the hall and many a shopper was seen balancing a baked treat and a couple of jars of jam on top of already laden arms, as they made their way out the doors.

Again, we exceeded expectations – posting our best ever result. Always a good thing but especially so as this is our major fundraiser of the year and the ever increasing costs of compliance and maintenance associated with running a church and providing a community facility; make this endeavour all the more important.

A big thank to all those who gave willingly of their time to help make this another successful year. Thanks also to our local community who responded to our requests for donations of quality merchandise – we really appreciate your support. A special mention also to those local businesses and organisations that got right behind us with practical support and donations of merchandise. Thank you Remuera Rotary, Bed, Bath & Table – Remuera, The Sitting Room – The Village Green, Remuera and Gerard Charteris of Ray White, Remuera.

Last but not least – thank you to our shoppers – many whom we delight in seeing year upon year. Thank you all for making the St Aidan’s Garage Sale fundraiser such a great day.

Hearts4Kids LogoQuiz Night, Friday 10th August

St Aidan’s hosted a Quiz Night on Friday 10th August and the proceeds went to the Hearts4Kids Trust, to help this year’s mission to Fiji where there is no heart surgical unit of its own and relies on intermittent visiting teams. Click here if you would like to donate!

Women’s Fellowship Evening, Tuesday 15th May

It was the Royal Wedding week so we celebrated by looking back on our own weddings. A fun night of memories and a lovely cake to enjoy with a cup of tea. Antoinette played beautiful wedding music and sang Handels “Let the Bright Seraphim”. We wished  Prince Harry and Megan every blessing in a long and happy life together!

Fishing Trip, Saturday 7th April

Meeting at the Outboard Boating Club, some of our parishioners had a great day together on the water, on board the beautiful Marnine. Although fishing was a bit sparse they managed to come home with a feed and along with swimming, kayaking and banter it was an enjoyable day!