A friend loves at all times...
— Proverbs 17:17 (the New Revised Standard translation)
 
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Beth Moore Bible Study

Contact: Harmony Kiser

Have you ever wanted to study the bible with a group of loving friends? Then join us on Thursday mornings from 10:00am to noon in Burtenshaw Hall for Beth Moore’s in-depth study. Currently, the study topic is “James: Mercy Triumphs”. Please Join us!

 
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Discipleship Gathering

Contact: Keith Richards

This group meets at 6:30 p.m. on the 3rd Friday of every month, for a potluck dinner, fellowship, singing, inspiration, spiritual enhancement, intercessory prayers and Christian support. We may share personal accounts with one another, of challenges and successes we encounter on our personal Christian Walks, knowing we are not judged, but supported. What we are comfortable sharing with our Brothers and Sisters in Christ will be kept confidential. We are usually finished by 8:30.

 
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Foyers Dinner Groups

Contact: CATHY BIONDI

Foyers is a social gathering that allows parishioners to get to know one another in small groups of 6 to 8, as couples or individuals, in an informal setting throughout the year. Each Foyer group meets in one of their member’s homes for dinner on a rotating basis. The host party provides the main dish, while the other members bring side dishes. Participants commit to meeting every 6 to 8 weeks over the course of the 8 month cycle. Arrangements for childcare should be made for members other than the host party. Signup is from Thanksgiving to December 24th and programs kick off in January.

 
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Breakfast Ministry

Contact: Mike Nolan & Don McPherson

The Breakfast Ministry is one of the most popular at St. Aidan’s! Breakfast teams compete for best breakfast bragging rights, while working together to make breakfast for the entire parish. The Breakfast Ministry help to fund other programs at St. Aidan’s, primarily through children and youth ministries. We are eager to sign up new and enthusiastic volunteers to supplement those who have faithfully served us for many years.

 
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Parish Retreat

Contact: Carrie Kozel

The Parish Retreat is an annual weekend event held at the Camp Mikell Retreat Village in the Fall. The 2018 date will be announced in September. Join us for rest, relaxation, and spiritual rejuvenation as we spend time in fellowship with each other. Programming for all ages is mixed in with plenty of time for simply enjoying God's presence in the beautiful North Georgia mountains. Don't miss out. Space is limited.

 
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Primetimers II

Contact: Melanie Joyce Alexander & Bonnie Olentine

Primetimers is a social group of people 50 and older, fostering support and friendship among its members. New members may find Primetimers’ activities an easy way to meet other St. Aidan’s members.

 
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Refreshments

Contact: Tina Taylor

This ministry serves refreshments following the 11.00am service each Sunday. Volunteers serve once every 6 weeks and preparation is minimal. If you are in grades 9 through 12, this is a great opportunity to serve the church.

 
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Retired Men’s Covenant Group

Contact: Joe Rich & Bud Alexander

The Retired Men's Covenant Group meets at the cottage on Thursday mornings at 9:30 am. The group is open to all St. Aidan's men who wish to enjoy the fellowship of each other in discussion of current events as well as memories of the past. Sometimes the group ventures out to have breakfast nearby. All are welcome.

 
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Women’s Book Group

Contact: Cozy Ledford

The Women’s Book Group loosely call themselves a book group as they have evolved into a prayer/support group as well. During the year, they enjoy discussing a variety of books and the company of each other.