A name must establish an identity that clearly indicates the heart and direction of the worship and outflowing work of that people and place.
St Aidan was known for his “gentle evangelism.” He was interested in the people he met, offered care and help where he could and shared the love and word of Christ when invited. St Aidan built simple monasteries that were the centre of a village that grew around them. A daily pattern of public worship, open to all, was established. The “Core” group provided the nurture and resource for the villagers as and when needed. Strong worshipping communities grew around the monasteries because St Aidan set the pattern of generous, non-condemnatory welcome of any who came.
St Aidan's model provides the vision for Papamoa: that the Community of St Aidan in Papamoa will grow to the point where it can share the love and word of Christ, and offer nurture, resource and support for this growing suburb and all its people.
This link will tell you more about St Aidan. http://www.holyspiritinteractive.net/kids/saints/0831_aidan.asp