30 Brighton Ave.
Bolinas, CA 94924
WEEKLY OFFICE HOURS
and by Appointment
Come in. Pray. Have a cup of tea. Or conversation.
He will present a forum on Standing Rock and Eco-Justice at noon following the service.
See "News and Events" for more info.
During Advent, we began an exploration of Apocalypse: the moment when all is revealed, when the scales fall from our eyes along with our excuses. For many of us, the recent election was shattering, and we have come together with hard questions.
The Sundays after Epiphany are a time of clarity. Epiphany means to make clear. It is the "aha!" experience of recognizing our deepest truths. As we move toward Lent, we approach the depths.
At the center of Jesus' life and teachings, we encounter a Tao of Living Waters, a flow, an Eternity consisting of Change, a Life that cannot be overcome by Death even as the Light cannot be overcome by Darkness.
We are learning surprising things.
Sunday at St. Aidan's
Sundays, 10 a.m.
All our welcome at our table.
Make St. Aidan's Your House of Prayer
Fourth Saturday of Each month
Led by Mimi Calpestri
Thanks to Jean Capron for her photos
ASH WEDNESDAY: MARCH 1
Service at Noon
Set in a small town in the heart of Nature, St. Aidan’s offers a unique welcome. We are both prayer and conversation, a sanctuary 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.