There are lots of opportunities to get plugged into the wider life of St Aidan’s. Pastoral care is the ministry of caring and giving provided by pastors and other parish leaders to members of the congregation with a focus on healing, reconciling, guiding and sustaining. Listed below are some of the ways our team provides pastoral care.

“I was sick and you looked after me”  (Matthew 25:36)


Do you know of someone who is on bed rest, can no longer make it to church or just needs a friendly phone call? Ask them if they would like someone from our pastoral care team to give them a buzz…

Home Visiting and Communion:

An important part of pastoral care at St Aidan’s is home visiting. This is done both by staff and a small team of parishioners. Sometimes this is to serve communion, other times it is to offer a listening ear to a valued friend and usually, it involves a cup of tea!  If you would like to receive home communion or would value a visit – or you would like to be part of the team which offers this very important parish ministry, please contact us.


Would you like to be visited in the hospital or at home? Please speak to the clergy or contact the office if you would welcome a visit.

Prayer Circle:

The purpose of our Prayer Circle is to offer pastoral care, through prayer support, for those with specific needs.  If you’d like to get involved as either a member or someone who needs support, click here.


You can print these forms, complete them and either email them to or come in and drop them off. The office also holds hard copies of them all.

Privacy Act Authorisation FormThis needs to be completed for us to store your details
Giving to St Aidan’s Parish – It is through financial giving that we are able to provide pastoral services
Pastoral Care Form – General enquiries and updating details

Able to Help?

Would you like to join our Pastoral Care Team? We would love to hear from you. If you would like to know more, please fill out the form below or contact Louise.

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