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  St Michael and All Angels                                       Aylsham Parish Church

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Aylsham is a busy market town on the banks of the River Bure in Norfolk.

During the 14th century it was the chief town in the area for the manufacture of linen, then called "Aylsham Webb" or "Cloth of Aylsham".  This was later followed by woollen and worsted weaving.  It is now famous for its markets and auctions.  

The Parish Church, the town's oldest building, stands in the town centre at the north-west corner of the Market Place.  St. Michael’s is an Anglican church with a parish

of about 6,000 people within the Norwich diocese. 


The Church in the Market Place

Serving God; Growing Together; Reaching Out

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Monday 21st April to Saturday 26th April 2014



8.00

MORNING PRAYER

Bank Holiday

Monday

21st April

8.30

NO Monday Sale

Tuesday

22nd April



Wednesday

23rd April

10.30

HOLY COMMUNION



19.30

Bible Class restarts on the 30th April

Thursday

24th April


NO Make & Take

Friday

25th April



Saturday

26th April



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Shop Online?  Check out


www.spendandraise.com/aylsham

Rev Andrew Beane  - Vicar

tel:   01263 732686
email:   andrew.beane@btinternet.com

Creative ways to raise funds for

Aylsham Parish Church

Recycle your old mobile phones or inkjet cartridges in one of our special freepost envelopes.  Why not pass on an envelope to family and friends

Giving by text


Please support our church’s mission and ministry by giving via your mobile phone.



To donate £5, simply  text:


AYLS99  £5

to

70070

Other amounts

can be donated:

Replace the £5

in the text with

£1, £2 or £10.

LOW SUNDAY

Sunday 20th April 2014

Sunday

8.00

HOLY COMMUNION

8.00

HOLY COMMUNION

10.15

ALL AGE BAPTISM SERVICE

(Followed by PCC AGM)

16.00

Choral Evensong

Collect for Easter Sunday 20th April 2014


Lord of all life and power,

who through the mighty resurrection of your Son overcame the old order of sin and death to make all things new in him:

grant that we, being dead to sin and alive to you in Jesus Christ, may reign with him in glory;

to whom with you and the Holy Spirit be praise and honour, glory and might,

now and in all eternity.

Events for April/May


23rd - Bell ringing for St Georges Day

28th - Afternoon Drop in for those bereaved

3rd   - Christian Aid  Coffee Morning

4th  - Songs of Worship & Praise - 6.00pm

11th  - Choral Evensong at Heydon - 5.00pm

11-18th - Christian Aid Art Exhibition

12th  - Christian Aid Lunch

17th  - Flower Festival Coffee Morning

19th - PCC Meeting

21st  - Church History Talk - 7.00pm

23-26th - Flower Festival - ‘Reflections on Peace’

25th - Choral Evensong - 4.00pm



Dates for your diary

PCC AGM


Sunday 27th April - if you would like to stand as a member of the PCC then please speak to one of the churchwardens or to  Andrew.

Archdeacon’s Charge


On Bank Holiday Monday - 5th May at the Stody Estate near Holt. Get involved to raise money for your church or the Air Ambulance.

Everyone is invited to walk or run  up to 10 miles (or as little as 3). See the Poster in the church.

Prayer List


The list on the back of the weekly newsletter is being revised.  Please notify Andrew if any of the names no longer need to be on the list so that it can be kept current and up to date

Holy Week


Thank you to everyone involved in our Holy Week Services and especially to Revd Preb Andy Windross for leading our series of reflections. Thanks also to Catherine and everyone who helped with the Easter Activity Mornng on Tuesday - over 70 children and their families took part.

Tradecraft


Sue Windross will be running a Tradecraft stall on the first Sunday of the month after the 10.15am Service.

Memorial Concert


For Alison Snape with some of her favourite music

performed by


Jayne May-Sysum - soprano


with contributions by the family

at St Michael’s Church

on Friday May 2nd

at 2.00pm.

Jayne

May-Sysum

Afternoon Tea


On Sunday 4th May  - from 2.30 - 5.00pm

At Churchfields, Hungate Street

(opposite Bure Valley School)

By kind invitation of Phyllis & John Swann.

In aid of Flower Festival funds.