Archive for April, 2009
• Thursday, April 30th, 2009
We are pleased to temporarily welcome ‘Turning Point’ to our premises. This is a local group providing drug and alcohol treatment. It has premises in Manor Road but is currently unable to access them due to a local road closure and the demolition of the Theatre Royal. The group will be operating from our Hall [...]
The Band once again led the St George’s Day Parade in Rochester last Sunday. on Parade
Our Wednesday Bible Study, led by Major Beverley McCombe, is currently studying the first letter from Paul to the church at Corinth. Major Beverley McCombe
One of the signs of springtime in London is the holding of the marathon, an event in which thousands of runners of all ages, size and description, including the elite sportsmen and women, turn out in support of charities. in Parliament Square
‘The early bird catches the worm’ is the motto of Val Smith who will be having a stand at a car boot sale in Sheerness on Saturday 20 June in aid of the building fund.
• Thursday, April 23rd, 2009
On Saturday 16 May Barbara Hatton will be holding a ‘table top’ sale in aid of the building fund at the Hall in Church Street. She is looking for volunteers to help with the sale and would welcome the donation of any new or nearly new goods for the sale. Please contact us regarding both [...]
Following the recess for Easter the course resumed last week with a session entitled ‘Serving the Lord’ dealing with Christian ministry in its widest sense.
Last week we featured a young persons view of the Divisional Children’s Week held at Vinehall School just before Easter. In addition to the 10 children from Chatham who attended we also provided
With Easter now behind us we are beginning a new series of worship themes for both morning and evening meetings. ……says there is no God
• Friday, April 17th, 2009
Easter 2009 has been a very special time for Peter Willard as his testimony last Sunday evening revealed. Click here to read. Peter Willard
Last Sunday the following news item appeared in our ‘Order of Service’. We reprint it here for the benefit of those not present and for others who have an interest in Chatham Corps An historic building
The Wednesday Bible study group will be looking at 1 Corinthians over the next few weeks.
Last week ten of our young people attended the ‘Week’ held at Vinehall School, near Robertsbridge, organised by London South East Divisional Headquarters. Jessica was one of them. Click here to read her account. Jessica We hope to receive a report (and perhaps a picture) from one of four Chatham members of staff soon.
• Monday, April 13th, 2009
We wish to apologise to readers who tried to gain access to this website during a 4 hour period on Friday and between 2pm Saturday and 1pm Sunday. On both occasions the site was unavailable due to problems with our host server. These were beyond our control and we are sorry about the inconvenience caused. [...]
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