Aylesbeare Parochial Church Council

Aylesbeare Parochial Church Council

St Mary's Church has been at the heart of Aylesbeare village life since about the C15th.  It is open every day and all are welcome to come and enjoy the peace of the building which reflects its role as a place of Christian prayer.

The Aylesbeare Parochial Church Council looks after the running of St Mary’s Church, including overseeing reparations and maintenance. The Committee includes the Chairman (rev Karen Spray) a Treasurer and Secretary, who work together with the laity to ensure the smooth running of the Church.

The PCC oversee financial matters including collections, donations and expenses.

Ongoing expenses at the moment are for repairing the west tower, of which some funding is provided by "The Friends of Aylesbeare Church".

Weddings, Christenings and funerals are held each year, a Christmas Carol Service and Easter Service are always very well attended, and there is an active bell ringer’s group and a shared choir from the surrounding parish, as well as a vibrant Sunday club which meets every 3rd Sunday, usually in the Village Hall.

For more information about the Sunday Club please contact Sarah tel: 01395 232678. 

If you are interested in joining the bell ringers please contact Martin Spencer-Thomas (01395 232381) and informal choir rehearsals are enjoyed every Tuesday evening in Clyst St. Mary Church,  please contact Mrs. Liz Whitaker (01392 875395).

Details of all Church Services can be found in Topics every month.

Meetings of the PCC are held every 6 weeks or so.

For any further information please contact Revd Karen Spray (details as already on this website).
 

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History

"Aylesbeare - A Devon Church and Parish".

ISBN 0 9511950 0 X

Available by post, price £5.95 including postage.

To purchase a copy, please contact the web site administrator at info@whitecrossdevon.org.uk

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