joyfully welcomes the
Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge!
On Sunday, August 21, our Senior Warden announced to the parish that the Vestry had called the Reverend Cameron Partridge to be St. Aidan’s new Rector!
Here is a link to Cameron’s biography. Cameron will be moving to the Bay Area with his family and officially starting with us in November, just in time to celebrate the season of Advent. Read more here.
Welcome to Saint Aidan’s!
A hearty and heartfelt welcome to you! We at St. Aidan’s are delighted that you are visiting us at our website; but truly in the posture of humility and grace we invite you to join us in person and come explore a deeper relationship with God. St. Aidan’s is a welcoming and hospitable family who not only welcome everyone but especially welcome you!
Who you are - where you are - you will find a place of comfort and of challenge within our community on the hill. Like the wonderful diverse bay area that we call home, our parish membership is varied in every aspect. We are deeply rooted in the community and with our community brothers and sisters we serve God where we are called.
St. Aidan’s is a parish within the Episcopal Diocese of California, The Protestant Episcopal Church U.S.A. and the larger Anglican Communion around the world. We have a long and rich heritage that we value in all its human complexity and deep-seated tradition. Come and join us in that tradition and change our hearts with your presence.
Sunday Eucharist 8:00 AM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:30AM
Wednesday Eucharist 6:00 PM
Friday Food Pantry 1:00 PM
Saint Aidan’s welcomes well behaved
companion animals to all services
Childcare available at the Sunday 10:00 AM service
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
101 Gold Mine Drive
San Francisco, CA 94131
415 285-9540 x3
Church Office hours:
Mondays: 8AM to 2PM
Tuesdays: 11AM to 5PM
Wednesdays: 8AM to 2 PM
Feast of Saint Francis
We will celebrate the Feast of St. Francis this Sunday, October 2, including a blessing of animals at both services!
There will also be a blessing of the animals at the Upper Douglass Dog Park (Douglass at 27th Street) at noon. Bring your favorite pets for a blessing in honor of St. Francis, the patron saint of our city and of animals.