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The Story of St. Aidan

Artwork; white man with light brown hair in blue robes and a saint's halo around his head.
Icon of St. Aidan of Lindisfarne that hangs in our narthex.

On Sunday, August 29th, we celebrated the Feast Day of our patron saint, Aidan of Lindisfarne. During the combined 9AM service, we were joined remotely by parishioner Doris Weyl Feyling, who told us the story of St. Aidan.

The recording of Doris' version of his story is at the bottom.

In addition, the worship booklet for that Sunday included another piece of St. Aidan's story written by Marilyn Geist. That booklet can be accessed from the following PDF link:

Feast of St. AIdan 9 AM August 29, 2021
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