Latest News from Aylesbury Town Chaplaincy

  • Prayer Meeting
    Our quarterly prayer meeting – everyone welcome!
  • 2023 Annual Report Now Published
    Read our 2023 Annual Report. We are very proud of the work we do and are very grateful to our supporters and volunteers who make ATC possible.
  • ROC Angels Newsletter
    Here is the April newsletter from our umbrella organisation, ROC Angels.
  • New Street Angels!
    We are delighted to welcome a few new Street Angels to our team. We welcome Cate, Chris, and Jon and look forward to fun times together helping to keep Aylesbury a safe and welcoming place. Cate at Christmas!
  • Prayer Lunch
    We will be holding a Prayer Lunch for ATC on Tuesday 26th March at Holy Trinity Church, at 12.30pm. All welcome. Let me know if you are coming. Thanks.
  • Meeting of minds!
    Mark met up with some other Street Angel and Chaplaincy expressions recently in Oxford. They were able to share stories and best practices and we are very grateful to Matthew Barber, the Police & Crimes Commissioner for making this meet up possible.
  • Christmas Cheer
    Some of our volunteers had a fun evening making and decorating biscuits to give out on our Street Angel, Chaplain and HOTS shifts.
  • 9.25 Group
    Mark and Andrew had a good morning presenting ATC to the 9.25 group who meet at Holy Trinity Church recently.
  • Thames Valley Police Community Engagement Day
    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.
  • A Level Results!
    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!
  • Why be a Street Angel?
    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
  • 2022 Annual Report
    Our 2022 Annual Report has now been published. Take a look and see how we impacted our community last year.
  • New Chaplaincy Placement
    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.
  • Visit to The Macular Society
    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.
  • Healing on the Streets Training
    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.
  • Matthew Barber shadows our SA Team
    Watch Matthew Barber’s video that he took whilst out with our SA team recently. 
  • Press Release from Roc Angels
    Our good friends and Umbrella Nework, CNI have released a press release to announce the merging of the CNI and Roc networks. The merged network will be called Roc Angels and will be headed up by Paul Blakey. Read the Press Release HERE
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