Archive for May, 2009
What sort of a weekend have you had? For us the sun has been shining from a clear blue sky for several days and this has been one of the nicest weekends for a long time as far as the weather is concerned. a colourful garden in summer
Thoughts for Whitsun from Major Drew McCombe Major Drew McCombe
‘The Feast’ is the title of the Divisional Fiesta Day to be held at The Hawthorns School, Pendell Court, Bletchingley, Surrey on Sunday 12 July.
The following Press Release has been sent to Local Media this week regarding Peter Wood. Peter Wood
‘It’s a global matter’ has been the claim of the world’s politicians when defending the current international economic situation. But also the subject of prayer is seen as being a global matter in the eyes of Churches Together in Medway.
This has been quite an exciting weekend in the life of the Medway Towns. The River Medway
As work on our building alterations proceeds we will bring you news of progress and advance knowledge of the fund raising initiatives being undertaken. The Hall as it is today
In October last year we brought you an article on the subject of encouragement which was inspired by a testimony from Greg Davis. Greg Davis
• Wednesday, May 20th, 2009
Carl Woodman, Bandmaster of Chatham Citadel Band, has been a member of The Salvation Army’s International Staff Band for a considerable number of years. The International Staff Band
Leading up to the Global Day of Prayer event being held at the Great Lines on Sunday, 31st May, there will be 10 days of Prayer Watches throughout the Medway Towns. Click here for further information including the list of venues.
Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe returned to meeting leadership yesterday following a short break and Candidates Sunday last week. Majors Drew & Beverley McCombe
This years Life of Christ play at Wintershall Estate, near Guildford, Surrey, will run from 23rd to 28th June 2009.
In a little over 30 years Audrey Beeching has transformed her garden from a cabbage patch into a place fit to be part of the National Gardens Scheme, sharing this privelege with a neighbour, the members of the Ladies Fellowship heard this month. Typical Kent
This title might be said to describe Young People’s Band Leader David Lockwwod who is also a member of the trombone section of The Salvation Army’s Household Troops Band (not to forget the Welsh Guards Band, of course). David Lockwood
Such is the claim of the world’s politicians when defending the current international economic situation. But also the subject of prayer is seen as being a global matter in the eyes of Churches Together in Medway.