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This week our meetings form part of the conclusion of our 24/4 prayer event previously explained on this website. They will be led by Majors Alec and Andrea Still assisted by Cadet Carl Whitewood who has had a special responsibility for the event and are timed for 10am and 4pm. Please particularly note the time of the second meeting when Major Anne Read will also be participating.
For those who have difficulty in resisting!
At the meeting of Ladies Fellowship this month Andrew Pennington was the guest speaker. All his working life, and that of his father, grandfather and great grandfather, has been spent working for the railway. Not on the railway, although he showed pictures of himself in the driving seat, but in management.
Our meeting yesterday morning was led by corps officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still.
Majors Andrea & Alec Still Continue reading
Our meetings this coming Sunday, 14 September, will be ld by Majors Alec and Andrea Still (10am) and Cadet Carl Whitewood (6pm)
Cadet Carl Whitewood says:
“I spoke with someone recently and explained what the Corps is committing to next week. The response was interesting. A refusal to acknowledge that such abuse takes place and a reluctance to have that opinion challenged. I wonder how many people there are in this country who have the same opinion? As I pose the question the words of Joy Webb fill my mind – “If we close our eyes perhaps they’ll go away”. Well the evil won’t. If you have the courage to watch the video clip attached please do so. The problem is not going away and being deliberately oblivious to it is not an option.
Also attached is a poster/leaflet you might want to give to friends, neighbours, colleagues who you feel would be willing to join us in prayer (feel free to copy). The more people who are aware of what is happening and are able to speak out and pray for justice – the more likely this evil will end.”
If you have ever watched the film Amazing Grace about William Wilberforce’s political battle to end slavery in the British Empire you will know what a moving film it is? In the best Hollywood tradition it shows the hero broken by the fierce opposition and a seemingly impossible task – but in the end the forces of evil are conquered and the battle is won. Continue reading
Corps officer Major Alec Still was the leader of yesterday’s morning meeting and Cadet Carl Whitewood led in the evening.
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This week we return to our normal Sunday worship with two meetings, at 10am and 6pm. The meetings will be led by corps officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still assisted by Cadet Carl Whitewood.
More than a dozen from Chatham joined with a packed hall at Maidstone on Wednesday evening for the installation of the new Divisional Leaders (London South East Division) conducted by Territorial Commander Commissioner Clive Adams.
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Sixteen volunteers helped collect nearly £1100 towards this year’s Big Collection last Saturday.
We would like to thank ASDA for allowing us to collect on their premises and from their customers. We would also like to thank those who so willingly helped in the collection.
We have received an email message from Jo Hood, head of ‘mainly music’, in Melbourne, Australia. She says: Continue reading
TAKE TIME WITH THE FATHER DAILY AS YOU MEDITATE UPON HIS WORD
ASK JESUS TO INTERPRET HIS WORD AND SPEAK TO YOUR HEART
OPEN YOURSELF TO THE SPIRIT AS HE BRINGS INSPIRATION