Aldbourne

Services for the Whitton Team of Churches

Links

St Michael’s Church, Aldbourne – A Church Near You

St Michael’s Church page on the Aldbourne Village Website

St. Michael’s C of E (Aided) School, Aldbourne

The Methodist Church in Aldbourne

If you would like to contribute to the upkeep and running of St Michael’s Church please use the details in the attached guide to make a donation of time, talents or money.

If you would like to receive the Aldbourne Churches Together weekly notices via email, please contact Sandy Martin

Chocolates Made for an Angel
Aromas of warm melting chocolate
Will soon waft through the Aldbourne air
As we start to make chocolates again
To sell at St Michael’s Church Fair.
Help us to keep St Michael’s welcome warm
By spreading our chocolate cheer;
Order in advance, and buy at the Fair,
Chocolates Made for an Angel here (in Aldbourne!)
Click here to see our Chocolate Choices for 2017; please tell your friends, order by 1 November, and visit our stall on Saturday 25 November, 2-4pm, Aldbourne Memorial Hall.
Breakfast Church

On the 4th Sunday of the month we meet for breakfast at 10.15am in St Michael’s Church, Aldbourne. During the service (11am – 11.45am) the children are taken out to enjoy activities in the great outdoors. Parents are welcome to join the children or stay in church for the service. We all meet back in the church at 11.45am for refreshments.

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St Michael’s Churchyard Heritage Project

We’re working with the Aldbourne Community Heritage Group to record what we can of the inscriptions on our churchyard memorials, some of which, sadly, are already too deteriorated to decipher. For further details please contact Jenny Greaves: 540788

Community Contacts

There is a nominated contact for each house in the village. This person welcomes newcomers, giving them a village Welcome Pack with details of village amenities. In addition he/she delivers church leaflets, keeps an general eye on their area, and frequently is happy to point a person in the right direction to get specific help.  Co-ordinator, Joanna Hobart (540418)