Our Gallery provides an attractive exhibition space to be used by CU students, parishioners and members of the Boulder community who are interested in displaying their art work. We host a new artist every two months. For more information, contact Grace Pierce email@example.com.
If you are interested in becoming one of our featured artists, download and complete theArtist Agreement Form.
Our new Music-at-the-Chapel program hosts CU music students and local musicians in regularly scheduled recitals. Contactsarakparkinson@gmail.com.
St. Aidan’s Labyrinth
Welcome to the St. Aidan’s Labyrinth!
You are invited to take time from your day and walk the labyrinth. It is open at all times. The spiral path of the labyrinth will lead you to its center. You will not get lost, although you will be walking in a spiral. The labyrinth is not a maze; there are no dead ends.
When you get the center, you may want to spend some time there before beginning your journey outward. Generally, there are three stages to the walk: releasing on the way in, receiving in the center and returning when you follow the return path back out of the labyrinth.
Designed in the pattern of the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral near Paris, our labyrinth is always open, providing an insightful experience for people of all ages. It offers a winding path to walk in a meditation tradition dating back to the Middle Ages. For more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
BBQ and Outdoor Space
Our outdoor gathering place includes a large grill and patio seating area, and are available for parish use as well as private events and CU Boulder groups. Contactoffice@saintaidans.org.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, SAINT AIDAN'S IS CLOSED FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP and the office is mostly closed until further notice.