Archive for June, 2009
The Salvation Army has a long standing association with the country’s armed forces through it’s provision of support services to wartime and other personnel over many years. an enduring legacy
This week Monday Spot is taking a different form. Your regular editor is on holiday and the person who normally ‘fills the gap’ is in Belfast with the Songsters (we’ll have a report on their visit later in the week). So, a departure from routine. They say a change is as good as a rest! [...]
KAOS is forming a new football club. Click on the image below for details Anyone interested should contact us
The annual Service of Remembrance organised by Medway Council will take place on Sunday 28 June at Medway Crematorium, Robin Hood Lane. Medway Crematorium In keeping with the tradition of many years the Band will be providing music and accompaniment for the hymns. This year our Songsters will not be attending due to their engagement [...]
The following Press Release has been sent to local newspapers.
Andrew Blyth, Assistant Territorial Music Director for The Salvation Army in the United Kingdom, will be the guest at Songster Rehearsal on Thursday 9 July. Andrew Blyth
A letter to the Corps from Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe, recently published in our Corps magazine ‘Vision’, said:
This has been a big weekend for our youngsters. The Young Peoples’ Band and Singing Company visited Bedford Congress Hall corps on Saturday evening for a programme of music. The Chatham Sections
This will be recognized on Saturday 27 June 2009 at Chatham’s Historic Dockyard. in the Historic Dockyard
• Thursday, June 18th, 2009
This is your opportunity to sing great gospel music and have fun doing it! Click here for more information.
‘In Good Company’ A very apt title for the first number of the Band’s visit to Coventry City corps last weekend under the leadership of Bandmaster Carl Woodman. Bandmaster Carl Woodman
Nine members of the Corps attended the Music Leaders’ Councils recently held at the William Booth College in South London. The event is traditionally held on the same weekend as the Gospel Arts Festival at The Royal Albert Hall. William Booth College
This seemed quite an unusual Sunday for us as we were without the Band all day. It was visiting the Coventry City Corps for the weekend and we shall be featuring a report later in the week. Saturday evening concert
For a special treat the Ladies Fellowship this month were invited to the home of Verna and Murray Smith to have a Strawberry Tea in the garden. The plan was to spend time relaxing in the sunshine (the dream) but the weather was a little inclement and so the evening was spent indoors instead. time [...]