Rt. Rev. Frank Allen announced at St. David s in Roswell that the Diocese would open a mission church in the Alpharetta area. The Reverend Noel Burtenshaw was founding rector.
February 1994: The new mission of St. David’s held its first organizational meeting.
March 1994: The mission held its first steering committee meeting and adopted the mission statement, “To Know Jesus Christ and to Make Him Known.”
The new mission celebrated its first Eucharist at sunrise on Easter Sunday at Windward Sports Park. 75 people participated.
St. Aidan s held its first regular Sunday service in AT&T building 400 off Windward Parkway.
The Diocesan Council recognized St. Aidan s as a full parish.
St. Aidan s purchased its current 18.8-acre campus in Milton, Georgia. https://www.google.com/maps/vt/data=RfCSdfNZ0LFPrHSm0ublXdzhdrDFhtmHhN1u-gM,oUVc4DjQAlt9rY60ZD2rGwhF6PmYra7RYkWQh_SXc3YFQhVkXSDvhDHmtJZsLNcuQfuNd12GqX3inXQNnz_xrVXLf9uUjbais8mzbgzV0vnv5NJ1Ckg06dpuLTw49gCly_4gSWw
The new St. Aidan s Episcopal Church held its first Holy Eucharist.
The Rev. Noel Burtenshaw retired as rector.
The Parish Life building was completed.
The Rev. Rob Wood became the second Rector of St. Aidan s.
The parish celebrated the ministry of our first rector, Noel Burtenshaw, by naming the new Parish Life building Burtenshaw Hall.
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St. Aidan s celebrated our 20th anniversary.
Rev. Rob Wood answered a call to the Church of the Good Shepherd, Cashiers, North Carolina.
The search began for the next Rector of St. Aidan s