Archive for June, 2006
This month – Major Drew McCombe Are you looking for authentic community? Community in the New Testament sense of ‘koinonia’ assumes and requires face-to-face communication, whether in a horse-and-trap age or an Internet age.
• Wednesday, June 28th, 2006
Yesterday (26 June) our Brownies held a picnic at the Riverside Country Park in Gillingham. Apparently it included climbing on the ropes as well! These pictures are also included on the Brownies page
• Tuesday, June 27th, 2006
We are delighted to say that today we have received our 1000th visit to the site since we went ‘live’ on 1 June. Of these approximately 32% were first time visits. To all of our visitors we say thank you for reading us and hope the experience was worth while. Keep coming back, we just [...]
Brass & Voice
• Tuesday, June 27th, 2006
Why not join us at The Brook Theatre, Chatham, this coming Saturday (1 July) for a concert given by The Medway Band (Kent Messenger) and Chatham Citadel Songsters. The concert starts at 7.30pm and will provide an excellent break from football, football, football! Admission is by ticket priced £7 (concessions £6).
Our Sunday meetings this week were led by Tracy (leader of KAOS) in the morning and Major Kathy in the evening, beginning a series on ‘scripture that inspires song’. Tracy Major Kathy The morning meeting featured our Junior Soldiers.
• Tuesday, June 20th, 2006
Over 1 billion people worldwide live without access to safe drinking water and one child dies every 15 seconds from diseases caused by lack of clean water.
The ministry at our Corps this week-end has been under the leadership of the Croydon Citadel Songsters. A festival (concert) was given on Saturday evening and our Sunday meetings were also led by the group.
Why not visit us this coming week-end (17/18 June) to hear the Croydon Songsters. A Festival (concert) will be given on Saturday at 7pm and the Songsters will be leading our worship on Sunday at 10am and 4pm. All these events will be held in The Salvation Army hall in Church Street. For location see [...]
This week, Monday Spot features the title at the head of this page, welcome. What makes you feel welcome when you come to church? Here are three things which may help.
• Wednesday, June 7th, 2006
Use the link above to check out our Guest Book. We have improved the display of your comments by bringing the latest received to the top of the page. If we publish your comment you will see it straight away. Let us know if you feel this is better.
Link to Us
• Tuesday, June 6th, 2006
We now have Banners, Buttons and Adverts available on this site. If you would like to use one to link to our site please grab it from Link to Us. There is a selection for you to chose from.
This week, our first, ‘Monday Spot’ features three highlights from our week-end activities, Pentecost worship, Rod’s first day in Army uniform and a ‘Soup & Roll’ lunch organised by the Youth Group
• Friday, June 2nd, 2006
Yesterday, our first day on the web, some people had difficulty in leaving comments in our Guest Book. We are sorry about this. The problem was only evident with some web browsers and we believe it has now been repaired. If you would like to try again we would love to hear from you.