Archive for February, 2008
Almost exactly one year ago an e-petition was sent by Richard Craik to the office of the Prime Minister. The petition said: “We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to give Christians a fair chance and keep the values.”
This post is to remind readers that Friday of next week, 7 March, is The Children’s Liver Disease Foundation‘s next big fundraising event known as Big Yellow Friday. The Logo
On Friday 22nd February 7th Chatham Salvation Army Brownies & Guides held a joint meeting to celebrate World Thinking Day. What are thet doing? Read on to see
Once again the corps is about to embark on a ‘Christianity for Life‘ course. This will start on Wednesday 27 February (tomorrow) and will be under the direction of Ray Maycock and Jean Jones. Ray Jean
What is this thing called a leap year then?
We are grateful to Nigel Day, our corps magazine editor, for the following ‘bloopers’ Nigel Day
A new Brownie has been welcomed to our unit.
Leeds Castle A family day out at Leeds Castle (donated free of charge by the castle) was the subject of sealed bids at the Quiz Night held at the end of January. The proceeds were given to the corps building fund.
Our Bible Study groups have commenced a Lent Course on The Lord’s Prayer which will run for the next five weeks. praying it, meaning it, living it
Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe were our leaders at yesterday’s meetings. It seems ages since they were with us for a Sunday and, in fact, we note it was as long ago as 20 January (Vision Sunday) and even then Major Kathy led our evening worship. Major Beverley
The Ladies Fellowship met on Monday evening and spent the evening listening to Major Kathy Woodhouse as she told of her life as a teacher of children with special educational needs prior to entering the William Booth Training College. William Booth College
The next Christianity for Life course begins on Wednesday 27 February, just two weeks from now.
Friday 7 March is The Children’s Liver Disease Foundation‘s next big fundraising event known as Big Yellow Friday. The Logo
Well, the news is out. We are losing Major Kathy in July. Not totally unexpected we have to say but there are those who are surprised. moving to Thornton Heath
There have been new officer appointments announced for Chatham Corps.