Archive for October, 2009
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT! The Salvation Army’s Territorial Commander, Commissioner John Matear, together with his wife, Commissioner Elizabeth Matear, will visit Chatham to lead Sunday worship on 17 January 2010 Commissioners John and Elizabeth Matear
• Thursday, October 29th, 2009
AWAY GOALS COUNT DOUBLE Is the title for a weekend of quality time out for men to be held at The Oast Houses, Northiam, from 20 to 22 November. It’s that or Christmas shopping guys – your call! click on the image to enlarge
Saturday 28 November is the date of the annual Christmas Concerts at Chatham’s Central Theatre. 3pm and 7pm performances
A New Song
• Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
Eileen Pearson, enrolled as a Soldier only a few weeks ago has sent us a song with a story. Click here to read Eileen
Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe were taking a well earned break this weekend. Drew and Beverley
Maybe, but actually, its tonight! Put your clocks back one hour or you’ll be too early for the meeting tomorrow morning at Fort Pitt Grammar School, 10am
Click here to read the continuing story of Jean in the land of Jesus. Jean Jones
HAVING FUN………..FEELING FIT. These are the objectives of BFitCo, a group majoring on physical activity for children.
Last Saturday evening Chatham Citadel Songsters, under the leadership of Adrian Horwood, provided a musical festival at The Salvation Army in Ramsgate. The meeting was well attended by local ‘Salvationists’ and members of other churches in the town.
This was the message given by Lt. Cols. Peter and Sylvia Dalziel to the London South East Division’s Adult Ministries Annual Celebration at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells. Lt. Cols. Peter & Sylvia Dalziel
A weekend which can be described as a defining moment in our corps life. A time when we launched the fund raising programme for phase two of our building works and beyond. The River Medway at Chatham
• Friday, October 16th, 2009
THE TIDE IS NOW FLOWING! An introduction to a weekend of prayer in November.
Lt. Col. Joy Steadman-Allen has offered some thoughts on testimony in our Corps Magazine for the month of October. Click here to read. Lt. Col. Joy Steadman-Allen
The Ladies Fellowship enjoyed a very informative talk by David Waller, Chief Executive of Fegans, a Christian charity whose vision is for a society in which every child knows they are loved and valued and which believes that this can only happen through the transforming love and power of Christ. Founder, James Fegan
Is the title for a weekend of quality time out for men to be held at The Oast Houses, Northiam, from 20 to 22 November. It’s that or Christmas shopping guys – your call! click on the image to enlarge