Open to everyone
St Aidan's has its own purpose built cafe within the church building. Open to the public every weekday 9.00am to 3.00pm - Serving speciality teas & coffees as well as snacks such as panini and soup & roll. High quality at low prices!
Parish Nurse info
Tracey, our Parish Nurse, is on site Monday to Thursday and available for health advice.
Tuesday Evenings as advertised - usually monthly. Recent meetings have included Go-karting, a Walk, Trip to the Pub, and Pitch & Putt.
On Wednesday afternoons, the Ladies' Fellowship meets for relaxed informal Bible Study and chat. For more information speak to Tracey.
Who Let the Dad's out?
First Saturday of the month in the Cafe, 10 to 11.30 am
For Dads/Grandads and their children under 6. There are bacon sandwiches and craft activities. Even the children join in some of the craft activities!
Over 55’s Afternoon Tea
First & Third Tuesdays in the month at 1.30pm in the Café.
Quiz – Activities – High Tea. Previous activities have included a look at Old Hull, Music from the Shows played on the organ, the School Choir and a Crafts afternoon.
Gentle exercise for those who are less mobile.
Aerobic exercise, at beginner level, from 7.15pm to 8.15pm Thursday in the Hall
Suitable for beginners, these short walks start at Monday 9.15am. Come, meet people, have fun and get fit
Walking Group info
The St.Aidan's Walking Group meet each month to enjoy fellowship together and a walk of anything between 5 and 20 miles. Most walks are on a Saturday, normal meeting time is 10 a.m. at the church (though watch for details as dates and time may change).
The arts and crafts sessions are held on Monday and Friday afternoons. In the past few weeks the group have been busy making cards. Anyone is welcome to take part irrespective of experience or ability.
Small groups meet in members' homes to encourage one another as disciples, pray for each other and discuss how to apply the last Sunday's teaching. Term time for meetings, social events during the holidays. Most meet Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM for 1½ hours.
For Children & Young People
Eden Preston Road
The Eden Network belongs to a family of groundbreaking youth ministries operated by The Message Trust, a Christian charity based in Manchester. We’re passionate about young people, believing that whatever their circumstances, they shouldn’t be excluded from an opportunity to hear about Jesus and have the chance to respond to His amazing love.
Our dream for the young people we work with is that they will grow into ‘somebodys’ not ‘nobodys’. We long to see them expressing the full potential God has given them. This Eden team has an ideal opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of local young people and their families, especially as 35.4% of the population are under 16. more>
Totzone (ages 2 - 5) & Kidzone
Sundays 10am in the Church, Esther Billington
Sunday 6.30 - 8.30pm in The Cafe, Tom Fryer - 374403
Cherish Girls' Group
Alternate Thursdays at 6pm for girls year 8 up.
We discuss issues that affect girls today, including self esteem, body image, friendships and protecting your heart.
Loren Fawcett 07880512541
ABC Parent & Toddler Group info
Games - Songs - Crafts
New members welcome, just turn up.
Wednesday 9.15am - 10.45am
Thursday 1.15 – 2.45pm in the Hut (blue building at the back)
Joanne Milns – 708807 & Liz Fryer - 374403
Monday 6.30 - 8.00pm in the Hut
Sheila Green - 782289
Wednesday 7 - 9pm in the Hut
Friday 6.15pm in the Hall
There are three sections. Anchors caters for 5 to 7 year old children. Juniors for 8 to 10 year olds and Company (which meets at 7.15pm) for the 11 to 16's. Both boys and girls are welcome.
Information on community groups who use St. Aidan's facilities is here>