Archive for February, 2010
The past week has been another eventful one at the Corps. On Wednesday the sixth course of Christianity for Life began with fourteen participants. The guest speaker was Nigel Day who contributed to the topic of ‘Belonging to the Church’.
Here’s a report by one of our Youth Group members following the first SA Youth Group Together event. Sounds as though everyone had a great time. This is what Helen says about it: You may have heard of the Youth Group Film Night which took place at our hall last Saturday, with various Corps from [...]
February half term saw the first of our children’s outreach activities for 2010. This event was aimed at the families in the Shipwrights area, for children aged 8yrs-12yrs and took place at the Endeavour Foyer. The theme over the 3 days was ‘Great Stories’, and we shared the Bible stories of ‘Jonah and the Whale’, [...]
The Chatham SA Coffee Shop opened its doors to the public today, 22 February 2010. Although it was a slow start, Margaret and David had created a restful pleasant atmosphere in which to drink a welcome coffee and eat excellent scones and cakes.
On Saturday evening a divisional youth film night was held in the Chatham SA with representative numbers from surrounding Corps. A report of this evening will be posted later. The meetings on Sunday were led by Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe.
The exciting new venture for youngsters between 7 – 16 years begins this Friday, 26 February from 7 – 8.15pm.
• Thursday, February 18th, 2010
An update from last week-end – 14 February 2010. Cadets Jennifer and David Gosling led the meetings, Jennifer in the morning and David in the evening. David and Jennifer Gosling Jennifer’s meeting was the second of the series based on Genesis 1: 24-31, called Day Six-Responsibility. The main points of her meeting in the morning were: [...]
A report from Rob Christie who runs the Scout Group, Rob Christie Last year with the help of the corps, the Scout Group collected almost 1200 Sainsburys Active Kids vouchers and we only started collecting with only six weeks to go.
If you’d like to hear the Band ‘in concert,’ come and support on Saturday 20th February at St Nicholas Church, Church Road, Otham ME15 8SB. The evening commences at 7 pm and admission is £8. Proceeds are in aid of the St. Nicholas Church Funds. Here are a few views of the church: For further [...]
The snow has been falling again but not enough to distract us from our activities at the Corps. During the week the Ladies Fellowship met for their Quiz Evening and enjoyed a lively evening of fellowship.
The title ‘Hot Potato’ refers to the content of the informal supper and also the topics being discussed are those which are ‘hot potatoes’ in that there are several different viewpoints and stances that people can take.
Not many Salvation Army corps can boast the significant history of Chatham. One that can is the Dunedin City Corps in New Zealand. on Princes Street
The next Family Fun evening will be in the form of a ‘Knowing Me, Knowing You’ game with a light supper. This will be held on Saturday 13 March 2010 at 7 pm. The charge will be £3.00 per person (including children)/£10 for a family of 5 (2 Adults 3 Children). If you would like [...]
The meetings this week were again conducted by Cadets David and Jennifer Gosling of the Prayer Warriors Session with the theme in the morning led by David, ‘Building up the Temple’ and in the evening led by Jennifer, ‘Give it up for Good’.
The Welcome Team’s Annual Review will be held on Sunday 21 February at 3.30pm. Please note this date in your diary if you are part of the Fellowship Purpose Group and/or a member of the Welcome Team.