Preparing for Sunday

DURING THE SUMMER, WE WILL READ TRACK ONE

COMING THIS SUMMER: Saturday Seminars to Feed Your Soul and Awaken Imagination


June 27, 10-4: The Mythology of Dreams


July 25, 10-4: Spirituality and Nature with author Mary Reynolds Thompson


August 29-30: St. Aidan's Weekend Celebration



HOLY EUCHARIST


Sundays, 10 a.m.

All our welcome at our table.

Bring your voices to our shared story.

No previous experience or belief necessary.


FOURTH SUNDAY POTLUCK

Once a month after church

St. Aidan's Episcopal Church

30 Brighton Ave.

Bolinas, CA 94924

NEW!


PREPARE FOR SUNDAY WITH THIS HANDY LECTIONARY GUIDE


THE SEASON AFTER PENTECOST

THE SUNDAYS AFTER PENTECOST

Also known as Ordinary Time, are when we explore the meaning of our spiritual life. Ordinary Time features parables, healings, and, in Year B, an extended meditation about the Bread of Life. During the weeks of summer, we will have a chance to ponder dreams, nature, healing and care. We hope to see you!


TRINITY SUNDAY

May 31 -- The Sacred Relationship


SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 5

June 7 -- The Divided Mind


THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 6

June 14 --The Mustard Seed


FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 7

June 21 --Stilling the Storm


FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 8

June 28 -- Healing the Little Girl


SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 9

July 5 -- Where does he get all this? Visions of Paradise.


SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 10

July 12 --The Deadly Dance


EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 11

July 19 -- The Good Shepherd, Revisited


NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, PROPER 12

July 26 --Loaves and Fishes




The Rev. Carol Luther

Priest in Charge

"Breathing life over the deep."

A Church of Woods and Waves where the word dwells in our midst, and the soul is fed.




​Set in a small town in the heart of Nature, St. Aidan’s is unlike any church you’ve ever been to. It is less service than conversation, a moment where head and heart take flight, a chance to renew, not bound by the duties, but in the beauties of holiness. We are small, informal, respectful, lyrical. We explore the mysteries, changes, chances and lessons of life and listen for the voice of the Divine. We listen to the teachings of Jesus as one who understood this life and we share the Holy Eucharist in gratitude. All are welcome to our table. All are invited to participate in our conversation. You may come in for five minutes or the whole thing.

It's a great way to start your day in the wilderness or by the sea.