Both Old and New Testament writings give many examples of the importance of service and charity.  Through service, we give others the things they lack, and we find meaning and fulfillment in our own lives.  

Opportunities for service are offered throughout the year.  If you would like more information about how to get involved, please check the weekly Tidings e-newsletter for details. Just scroll to the bottom of this page to sign up for the Tidings.

St. Aidan’s supports a number of charitable organizations doing good work in our community and around the world including:


African Team Ministries 

Providing funding for orphan and refugee relief missions and evangelism in East Africa.

Vida Joven de Mexico

(formerly Dorcas House)

Houses, feeds, educates, and protects children whose parents are in La Mesa Prison in Tijuana.


Episcopal Relief and Development

Helps nearly 3 million people worldwide, living in extreme poverty.

Heifer Project

To work with communities to end world hunger and poverty and to care for the Earth.


Malibu Labor Exchange

Provides a humane and organized day labor hiring center.

Nets for Life

Fights malaria by providing life-saving training, and distributing insecticide-treated mosquito nets to people in Africa.


School on Wheels

Serves the educational needs of homeless children.

Standing on Stone

Bimonthly dinner and Bible study. Helps people who are homeless make a transition to a better life.


Sierra Service Project

Groups of St. Aidan's youth gain valuable life experience and service credits toward high school graduation as volunteers on construction projects for the needy.


Contact the Rev. Paul Elder to Participate

Contact the Rev. Paul Elder to Participate

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Habitat for Humanity

Participate in housing construction projects benefiting the less fortunate in the greater Los Angeles area. Projects can be attended by ages teen through adult.