Archive for July, 2009
This September we will say farewell to Steve and Mel Scoulding as they enter William Booth College, Denmark Hill, London to train as Salvation Army Officers. We are pleased to publish their testimony and will feature them throughout their training. Steve & Mel
Is the title for the Harvest Quiz evening to be held on Saturday 26 September at our Church Street hall. Click on the image below for further details Contact us for tickets
Once again Discipleship Purpose Group leader Nigel Day is arranging a Prayer Day Away at West Malling Abbey. The Abbey Gatehouse
Taking a stand for homeless people was Robert Long, son of Olive & Terry, who worship with us regularly on Sunday evenings. Robert on the plinth
This has been the first weekend since the schools break up for the summer and there seems to be quite a number already on holiday. We pray that they will have a great time wherever they may have gone. Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe are amongst those taking a well earned break. Majors Drew & [...]
This week we have updated our history pages to include for the first 6 months of 2009. Click here to read William Booth
The Household Troops Band, including our own David Lockwood, will visit Maidstone on Friday 28 August as part of its summer tour. The Household Troops Band
Our Parent and Toddler Groups have experienced mixed fortunes regarding their summer picnics at the Strand this year, says leader Verna Smith. the miniature railway
These views of the outside and inside of our Hall will soon become history!
Our weekend began with the KAOS outing to Joss Bay on Saturday. Joss Bay, near Broadstairs
We are grateful to the ladies of Rochester Inner Wheel for a donation of £2000 towards our building fund. Felicity Osbourne with Drew
Last week Songster rehearsal was open to all who wished to attend. The special guest was Andrew Blyth, Assistant Territorial Music Director for The Salvation Army in the United Kingdom. Andrew
Members of the Ladies Fellowship met this month at the Garden World Garden Centre in Rainham where the area of special interest is the African Arts Centre. The Arts Centre
On 1 July 2009 the 7th Chatham Brownie and Guide Units were 50 years old having both been registered back in 1959. A special church parade was recently held to celebrate the occasion.
Local Salvationist Olive Long will be proud to see son, Robert, step up to the fourth Plinth Challenge in Trafalgar Square, London, tomorrow (Wednesday 15 July). Olive Long