Saints of the North, Take heart;
Aidan and Mother Hild,
friends of the servant Christ,
fierce warring souls you stilled.
From Holy isle to Thames side shore
folk's minds you stirred, their hearts you filled.
A trawl of the internet finds two hymns on parish websites, from Saint Aidan's, Little Chalfont:
Praise the Lord for Great St Aidan
inspiration to us all;
in the presence of our Saviour
his example we recall;
life of service to the needy
gentleness and kindly love,
living witness to the gospel,
honoured here and crowned above.
How we long to share his story,
faithful in response to grace,
sign of God's eternal presence
in the realm of time and space.
Now his pilgrimage completed
cross of Christ his only boast,
he unites his own rejoicing
with the great angelic host.
Hail St Aidan now in glory
robed before the Saviour's face,
here we claim your intercession
on your feast and in this place.
May the spirit bring us wisdom,
courage and integrity.
Pray that we may share your passion
for the Truth that sets us free.
Praise and honour to the Father,
adoration to the Son,
with the all-embracing Spirit
wholly Three and holy One.
All the universe, united
in complete diversity,
sings as one of your endless praises,
ever blessed Trinity.
And from Merseyside, here:
Gentle Shepherd hear our voices
raised to thee in suppliant cry.
Aidan’s flock today rejoices,
let not Aidan’s teaching die.
The Northumbria Community have named one of their Compline's Aidan.
And Orthodox troparia etc may be found here.