To All Our Readers • Thursday, December 31st, 2009
God Bless You All
God Bless You All
New beginnings often occupy our thoughts at the turn of the year.
The Salvation Army’s Territorial Commander, Commissioner John Matear, together with his wife, Commissioner Elizabeth Matear, will visit Chatham for the weekend of 16/17 January 2010 Commissioners John and Elizabeth Matear
Towards the end of January the corps will be undertaking the Give to Grow programme.
Christmas weekend is always a very special occasion and this year was no exception.
Congratulations are due for Cat McCombe on the announcement if her engagement to Matt Williams. Cat McCombe
Major Drew McCombe brings us some thoughts for Christmas Day. Major Drew McCombe
For some years it has been the custom for a group Songsters to sing and play carols at the John Lewis store in Bluewater shopping centre.
Join us if you can for Christmas Worship
The children from ‘The Ark’ Parent and Toddler Group enjoyed a Christmas Carol service led by leader Verna Smith in the new foyer/cafe area last week. a crowded cafe
Despite the snowy weather and freezing temperatures we have just enjoyed a Sunday of Carol Services, each well attended.
‘……You may see a stranger…………..across a crowded room’ say the lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II in the musical South Pacific. Volunteers (2 and 4 legs)
Once again the Rainham Ladies Choir has held its annual Christmas Charity Concert in the Royal Dockyard Church, sharing the programme with the Band. the historic church
Once again the delivery of Christmas parcels to those notified to us as being in particular need has been completed under the direction of Marjory Hudson. Marjory
Carolynn Woodman has sent us the following report on the BBC ‘Songs of Praise’ School Choir Competition 2010. Carolynn