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A note for your new diaries and calendars is Friday 26th January 2018. From 6pm to 7.45pm, we will have An Evening With Families.

This a sociable event where families with children from birth to 19, review the ways the church currently meets their needs. Families will also be asked for their assistance in suggesting programmes or activities which could help to enrich the family
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Please join us for an evening of food, fun and discussion.

See or contact Mel Brown via the church office (01296 426526 or office@aylesburymethodists.org.uk).

Note also for families, our Christingle service at 4pm on Christmas Eve.

You might also want to bring a new toy to our Christmas morning service at 10.30am. Children can bring one too!

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