Mission and Service
Our aim is to be a worshipping, serving, sacrificing community following the example of
We aim to achieve a more inclusive fellowship where people of many different backgrounds, cultures and languages seek to live out the gospel of love and reconciliation by serving the local community, especially those living on the margins of society. It is encouraging to note that our current fellowship includes diverse communities from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean as you can see from these maps – each dot represents a congregation member (click the images to zoom in):
We believe in an inclusive environment where people are treated fairly and with respect.
A large part of our mission and outreach is to care for the needs of asylum seekers and refugees. PAFRAS (Positive Action for Asylum Seekers and Refugees) has a drop-in at our community hall on Thursday mornings where they provide a hot meal and casework support for destitute asylum seekers. Visit their website at www.pafras.org.uk
And through our registered charity, Supporting the Local Community at St Aidan’s, we provide English classes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10 am to 12 noon.