Future Events

You would be welcome to our 11.00am informal contemporary worship (non-communion) for all ages on normally on the first Sunday of most months. This service is designed for those who might like something different and more 'laidback' than our more tradition services. Baptisms are welcome at this service. At 9.30am on the first Sunday of most months we will also have a traditional sung mass, based upon the 1662 Book of Common Prayer . On most other Sundays we have Holy Communion at 10.00am (including Sunday Club at 9.00am on the third Sunday, when the 10.00am service that day will be our All-age Holy Communion Liturgy; when we also welcome Baptisms if a 'separate' service has not been chosen)

On Saturday 27th January 2018 you are welcome at 7.00pm for a Benefit Concert in the Church of St Aidan for the UN World Food Programme with Benson Taylor (the composer & musician and humanitarian ambassador for CAFOD, etc) and with young people. Tickets adult £8, children £5, family £12. For further information about Benson check: 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benson_Taylor

On Saturday 30th June you are welcome to support our Church community Youth Drama & Singing Groups seasonal presentation at 2.30pm. Free entry, but we don't mind donations for light refreshments

On Saturday 1st December 2018 you are welcome to support our Church community Youth Drama & Singing Groups seasonal presentation at 2.30pm. Free entry, but we don't mind donations for light refreshments

Further details of our events can be found on the 'Calendar' and 'Services Kalendar' pages, and also the weekly Church news sheet. Please check nearer the time to confirm that circumstances have not changed an event. 

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As well as this website we maintain a facebook page which you are welcome to view (and 'like', and interact with, if you are on facebook): https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Aidans-Church-Skelmanthorpe/253055751372806

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Families are welcome to ''Messy Church'', normally on the third Saturday of the month at 4.00pm for creativity, fun and tea. Our ''Sunday Club'' for young families takes place on the third Sunday of the month at 9.00am.

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Our Youth Community Drama & Singing Group normally meets for rehearsal on Thursday from 6.30pm until 7.30pm (though not always during the school holiday)

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Our Mothers' Union Branch often meets on the second Wednesday of the month. You do not have to be a member of the Mothers' Union to share in their sessions

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In 5,000,000,000 AD (give or take a thousand million years) it will be the end of the Solar System. God will still love you and all creatures in eternal life, ie, for ever 

 


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