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This is a bit of a cheeky request by Youff leader Ruth Hardy. She needs to borrow some radio mikes (probably between 8 and 10 of them) for the production of the pantomime Aladdin as advertised below.
The mikes are very expensive to hire and she only needs them for one night. She promises to look after them!! Continue reading
Our Corps Anniversary meetings yesterday were led by Captains Andrew and Alison Stone (10am) and Major Alec Still (6pm). Alison is Major Alec’s sister and the corps officer at Stotfold corps. Andrew is the new editor of Salvationist.
Major Alec Still Continue reading
We look forward to an inspiring day on Sunday when our Corps Anniversary meetings will be led by Captains Andrew and Alison Stone (10am and 6pm). Alison is Major Alec’s sister and the corps officer at Stotfold corps. Andrew is the new editor of Salvationist. The morning meeting will include the enrolment of Tom Still as a Soldier.
Captains Andrew & Alison Stone Continue reading
November and December birthday girls celebrate at Cameo
L to R: Karen, Rita, Barbara & Doreen
In training for the next Olympics?
What great fun they are having! If you have time why not join them on Wednesdays. Click here for more information
Credit must be given to the young musicians of the London South East Divisional Youth Band and Chorus for the excellent Praise Concert given at Canterbury Salvation Army last Sunday afternoon.
This month the Ladies Fellowship prepared shoe boxes and gift bags for the homeless and elderly visitors expected to attend Christmas events at the corps this year. Continue reading
Just the one meeting was held at Chatham yesterday thus leaving a free afternoon to allow support for the Divisional Youth Band and Chorus which were ministering at Canterbury. Chatham has a number of members in each group. Our own meeting was led by Major Andrea Still supported by Major Karen Ramsay.
Major Karen Ramsay Continue reading
Our meeting this coming Sunday morning (10am) will be led by Major Andrea Still with the support of Major Karen Ramsay. Please note there will be no second meeting to make space for those who may wish to go to Canterbury to support the Divisional Youth Band an Chorus some members of which belong to our own corps. The meeting at Canterbury starts at 3.30pm (Sat morning: we have now been advised that the time has been rescheduled to 4pm) and parking in the city is not good so plenty of time should be allowed.