Saint Aidan Orthodox Church

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Regular Services


In the Orthodox Church the liturgical day begins in the evening with the setting of the sun. This practice follows the Biblical account of creation: “And there was evening and there was morning, one day” (Gen 1.5). Read more…

Saturday's 5:30 PM


The word liturgy means common work or common action. The Divine Liturgy is the common work of the Orthodox Church. It is the official action of the Church formally gathered together as the chosen People of God. Read more…

Sunday's 10:30 AM

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Great Vespers is served in the church. All are welcome.

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Dormition Fast

Today is the beginning of the Dormition Fast It is completed at the Divine Liturgy on August 15.


Divine Liturgy

Celebrating the Procession of the Honourable Wood of the Life-Giving Cross of the Lord The origin of this Feast is explained in the Greek Horologion of 1897: “Because of the illnesses which occur during the month of August, it was customary at Constantinople to carry the Precious Wood of the Cross in procession throughout the city

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We are a mixture of people from various Orthodox ethnic backgrounds and converts to the Orthodox Church with no claim to any particular ethnic identity. We welcome all in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God the Father, and the communion of the Holy Spirit!

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Covid Restrictions are removed!

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As of July 1, 2021 we are now allowed to go back to our normal way of worshiping. We are no longer required to wear a mask (you can if you want), distance socially (you can now give hugs), all can join in the singing of all our worship services. There is no longer a

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Fighting the war

5th Sun. after Pent.  July 25, 2021  “Fighting the War”  Matt. 8:28-9.1   Today once again we consider the story of the Gadarene demoniacs. We have this passage today as the Church’s Sunday Lectionary gospel in Matthew, it is also included in Mark’s gospel, and it again comes up as part of the Church’s yearly Sunday


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Saint Aidan Orthodox Church
201 7 Ave S,
Cranbrook, BC V1C 2J6

(250) 420-1582