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Our meetings this coming Sunday, 2 November, will be led by Majors Alec and Andrea Still at 10am and 6pm.
The 141st Corps Anniversary on Sunday 15 November will include a programme given by NChant, the senior choir of Rochester Grammar School for Girls, led by our own Carolynn Woodman and supported by a small brass ensemble.
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We are now able to reveal that Songster Leader Adrian Horwood will retire from that position at the end of the year.
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The latest meeting of Mission Forum took place on Sunday afternoon when the way ahead for our corps was discussed and decisions taken.
A lengthy agenda regarding the corps’ mission was followed in a meeting which lasted more than two and a half hours. Notes of the meeting will be published on this site in due course.
Our meetings yesterday were led by corps officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still.
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Remember to put your clocks 1 hour back tonight. You’ll be very early for the meeting tomorrow if you don’t!!
Our meetings this coming Sunday (26 October) will be led by corps officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still at 10am and 6pm
The premier of the musical ‘Samson and Delilah’ by David Sutton, Chatham Corps, was performed by the Youth on Saturday evening and raised £177.
On Saturday the Corps Youth presented the musical ‘Samson and Delilah’ written and composed by David Sutton, a member of our Corps. This was a most enjoyable event and will be reported separately.
This Saturday you are invited to the Youth’s presentation of the musical ‘Samson and Delilah’ commencing at 7 pm, admission by donation of £3 at the door.
You are very welcome to come and join us. Here’s where we are
The speaker at the Ladies Fellowship meeting this month was a member of our Corps, Chris Boughton, who spoke about his role as a MacMillan Social Worker.
Chris BoughtonAlthough our numbers were greatly depleted for many reasons, those who attended were very interested to learn about what it means to be a social worker. Continue reading
The Songster Brigade had been looking forward to visiting Winton Corps, Bournemouth and were ready on Saturday to travel by coach to the Corps, of similar size to Chatham. (Scroll down to the end for some informal pictures.) There was a sense of excitement and anticipation that God would be with us and do great things.
As mentioned in our previous posts, it is not possible to publish the Monday Spot in the usual format this week but just in case you would like to see Major Andrea Still’s meetings plans for yesterday, they are listed below with links to songs as usual. I do hope this is helpful.
There will, during the week, be a report on the Songsters’ visit to Winton Corps, Bournemouth. Continue reading