Serving the heart of our town

Making a difference in Aylesbury

Our Vision:

We love our town and, by coming alongside those who work, shop, socialise and live here, we wish to demonstrate God’s unconditional love.  We aim to provide comfort, support and encouragement (practical, emotional and spiritual) to all, through our regular, visible and caring presence.  We aim to work in co-operation with like-minded partners for the wellbeing of all in our community.

Our Projects


Our Chaplains provide a friendly, impartial, non-judgemental, listening ear to all they encounter.

Street Angels

Our Street Angels are a practical, calming, community presence, and help to make the town centre safe and enjoyable for everyone.

Healing On The Streets

Healing on the Streets (HOTS) is a simple, but beautiful way to reach out to the lost and hurting on the streets of Aylesbury.

Latest news
Some of our volunteers had a fun evening making and decorating biscuits to give out on our Street Angel, Chaplain and HOTS shifts. [...]
Mark and Andrew had a good morning presenting ATC to the 9.25 group who meet at Holy Trinity Church recently. [...]
Mark and Ellie were honoured to be invited to the TVP Community Engagement day to speak about the legacy of ATC. It was a very informative day and we were pleased to support our local police network. [...]
We are fielding an extra SA shift this month, on 17th August, to be an encouraging presence around town as the young people get their A level results. It’s usually a busy shift! [...]
We are delighted to welcome Sue Redman to our Chaplain team. Sue will be a listening ear to the folk she meets on her walks along the canal and in Aston Clinton. Welcome Sue! [...]
Watch our videos recorded “on the job” from a few of our volunteers on why they love being a Street Angel David interviews Nicola and Clive on why they love volunteering as Street Angels David interviews Andy and Penny on why they love volunteering as Street Angels [...]
Our 2022 Annual Report has now been published. Take a look and see how we impacted our community last year. [...]
We are very pleased to be able to support Aylesbury Women’s Aid by placing a Chaplain with them to be a listening ear for staff, volunteers and clients. Melody (our Chaplain to the Court) will be taking up this additional role from 18 April. [...]
Ellie, David & Jean had a lovely time sharing about our work at the Macular Society Support Group. One lady recognised Jean from a few years ago, when Jean checked on her as she was sitting alone in town. It was a precious moment. Margaret and Jean – reunited David tells Street Angel stories Aylesbury Macular Society Support Group – Macular Society: Visit to The Macular Society [...]
We had a great time at the HOTS training, run by Sue Fox and Mick & Lynn Elias, and you can watch Kay’s Healing Story on our HOTS page. Sue and the team praying for Kay [...]
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