Whether you are returning to church after a time away, new to the faith, looking for a new church home or simply seeking a place of quiet, please know that you are welcome at St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church.
© Copyright 2019 St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church, Aiken, South Carolina

Ministries at St. Augustine

St. Augustine of Canterbury
Your Episcopal Church in Aiken, South Carolina!
Outreach St. Augustine of Canterbury has a heart for outreach. We support local non-profit groups quarterly, contribute to ACTS, provide food for One Table, volunteer with the Soup Kitchen, and have an annual yard sale (quite popular and well attended) with all of our proceeds to go toward our outreach efforts. We support other Episcopal ministries throughout the southeast, especially due to disasters. Internationally, we support Episcopal missionaries in Quito, Ecuador. Christian Formation We have a weekly offering for children during a portion of the Sunday service. Adult formation groups meet throughout the week, including a Wednesday Bible study, a Thursday Sunday scripture class, and a teaching series with Fr. Dan on Thursdays, following the 6 PM service. Music Under the direction of Dick Maltz, our Music Team provides a wonderful blend of Cursillo/renewal music, contemporary Christian music, and traditional hymnody. Guitars, keyboard, and piano are used. We have a very special Lessons and Carols service during Advent that features area guest musicians and shows off the breadth of the abilities of our team. Fellowship and Hospitality Our community loves to provide hospitality to all whom we meet. When you come to our church, you will be greeted. Moreover, you will be welcomed home. We have fellowship weekly after church and special events throughout the year. There are men and women groups who meet monthly for fellowship. Daughters of the King The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women of the Episcopal Church, whose members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. Members wear a special Fleury cross inscribed in Latin “Magnanimiter Crucem Sustine” meaning “With heart and mind and spirit, uphold and bear the cross”. Daily prayers, along with specific and scheduled times for service to Christ’s kingdom on earth, are hallmarks of the Order. Order of St. Luke The International Order of St. Luke the Physician is made up of clergy, health professional, and lay people who feel called to make Jesus' Ministry of Healing a regular par of their vocation. At St. Augustine of Canterbury we have an active Order of St. Luke. Healing services are held on the 2nd Monday of the month in the evening. We also offer healing prayers after each Sunday service. Altar Guild The women and men of this group work hard weekly to provide a beautiful and reverent worship space. This is a quiet ministry that provides such a gift to the worshipper. Worship Worship is another strong suit of our congregation. Our worship style is fairly relaxed, but reverent. We follow the rubrics (directions) of the Book of Common Prayer, 1979 , of The Episcopal Church. Adults and youth help to lead worship as lay readers, intercessors, acolytes, and Sub Deacons. Along with our Sunday service, we offer Morning Prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a 6 PM Holy Eucharist service on Thursdays. Facility And Grounds Upkeep Our church family members have a lot of energy. You see it on display on Sunday mornings and when we take care of our property. We have a devoted cadre of mowers, spring and fall work days, and we recently constructed a new home for our well pump. Cursillo The renewal ministry of Cursillo is very important to our community. The vast majority of our congregation have attended a Cursillo weekend. Our church as several group reunions and host Ultreyas (gatherings of the wider Cursillo community) throughout the year. De Colores and Ultreya!
Whether you are returning to church after a time away, new to the faith, looking for a new church home or simply seeking a place of quiet, please know that you are welcome at St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church.
Whether you are returning to church after a time away, new to the faith, looking for a new church home or simply seeking a place of quiet, please know that you are welcome at St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church.
© Copyright 2019 St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church, Aiken, South Carolina

Ministries at St. Augustine

St. Augustine of Canterbury
Your Episcopal Church in Aiken, South Carolina
Outreach St. Augustine of Canterbury has a heart for outreach. We support local non-profit groups quarterly, contribute to ACTS, provide food for One Table, volunteer with the Soup Kitchen, and have an annual yard sale (quite popular and well attended) with all of our proceeds to go toward our outreach efforts. We support other Episcopal ministries throughout the southeast, especially due to disasters. Internationally, we support Episcopal missionaries in Quito, Ecuador. Christian Formation We have a weekly offering for children during a portion of the Sunday service. Adult formation groups meet throughout the week, including a Wednesday Bible study, a Thursday Sunday scripture class, and a teaching series with Fr. Dan on Thursdays, following the 6 PM service. Music Under the direction of Dick Maltz, our Music Team provides a wonderful blend of Cursillo/renewal music, contemporary Christian music, and traditional hymnody. Guitars, keyboard, and piano are used. We have a very special Lessons and Carols service during Advent that features area guest musicians and shows off the breadth of the abilities of our team. Fellowship and Hospitality Our community loves to provide hospitality to all whom we meet. When you come to our church, you will be greeted. Moreover, you will be welcomed home. We have fellowship weekly after church and special events throughout the year. There are men and women groups who meet monthly for fellowship. Daughters of the King The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women of the Episcopal Church, whose members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. Members wear a special Fleury cross inscribed in Latin “Magnanimiter Crucem Sustine” meaning “With heart and mind and spirit, uphold and bear the cross”. Daily prayers, along with specific and scheduled times for service to Christ’s kingdom on earth, are hallmarks of the Order. Order of St. Luke The International Order of St. Luke the Physician is made up of clergy, health professional, and lay people who feel called to make Jesus' Ministry of Healing a regular par of their vocation. At St. Augustine of Canterbury we have an active Order of St. Luke. Healing services are held on the 2nd Monday of the month in the evening. We also offer healing prayers after each Sunday service. Altar Guild The women and men of this group work hard weekly to provide a beautiful and reverent worship space. This is a quiet ministry that provides such a gift to the worshipper. Worship Worship is another strong suit of our congregation. Our worship style is fairly relaxed, but reverent. We follow the rubrics (directions) of the Book of Common Prayer, 1979 , of The Episcopal Church. Adults and youth help to lead worship as lay readers, intercessors, acolytes, and Sub Deacons. Along with our Sunday service, we offer Morning Prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a 6 PM Holy Eucharist service on Thursdays. Facility And Grounds Upkeep Our church family members have a lot of energy. You see it on display on Sunday mornings and when we take care of our property. We have a devoted cadre of mowers, spring and fall work days, and we recently constructed a new home for our well pump. Cursillo The renewal ministry of Cursillo is very important to our community. The vast majority of our congregation have attended a Cursillo weekend. Our church as several group reunions and host Ultreyas (gatherings of the wider Cursillo community) throughout the year. De Colores and Ultreya!