St. Aidan's Chapel is open  only in the summer, from late June to early September. The Chapel is located on the Smith Neck Road, just before the entrance to Salter's Point.

 

 

About St. Aidan's

St. Aidan' s Chapel is part of the  Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, but the Chapel's congregation  includes different denominations. St. Aidan's warmly welcomes persons of all faiths to its services. Learn more...

History

No one knows why the Chapel was named for the seventh-century Saint Aidan, missionary Bishop of Northumbria, but he was a fine choice. Learn more...

Organization

St. Aidan's is governed by an elected Standing Committee and Corporation. Learn more...

Policies

Giving

Outreach

St. Aidan's Chapel welcomes all those who wish to be members of its summer  congregation, irrespective of church affiliation the rest of the year. Learn more...

St. Aidan's is a non-profit charitable organization. Contributions may be  deducted under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Learn more...

St. Aidan's Outreach targets locally active charities. Learn more...