Archive for May, 2010
Yesterday was designated by The Salvation Army as Candidates Sunday. In Salvation Army terminology a candidate is a person who has been accepted for training as a Salvation Army officer. In the UK this training will usually take place at the William Booth College in South London. William Booth College
On Saturday 5 June our Songsters are to present a musical evening at Gillingham Methodist Church, Third Avenue, Gillingham. Chatham Songsters
• Thursday, May 27th, 2010
Mark Scoulding who, with Ant Day, helps coordinate the activities of our Youth Group has sent us the following message. Mark & Ant
Last Sunday (23 May) Brenda Scoulding was enrolled as a Soldier at Evesham by Corps Officer Lt. Paul Stanford. Brenda Scoulding
Nigel Day writes about the Global Day of Prayer event in Medway last Sunday. Nigel Day
‘Warmer than Rome’ was the comment of the TV weather presenter along with the reminder that midsummer’s day is just four weeks away. Rome’s famous landmark
• Friday, May 21st, 2010
We have heard much about the word ‘together’ during the recent period of parliamentary uncertainty. Here’s an event which will help you to explore the meaning of the word in a different way. Click on the poster to enlarge
Everything seems to centre around football right now so we might as well ‘catch the wave’ so to speak. Wembley Stadium
Leader Deborah Hall has indicated that our Brownie Group needs an influx of new members.
A complex and exciting number under the above title kicked off the concert given by the Kettering Citadel Band on Saturday evening.
We began our weekend with an excellent evening of Salvation Army music given by the Kettering Citadel Band under the direction of Bandmaster Richard Phillips. Richard grew up in Chatham and was once our own corps Bandmaster. Bandmaster Richard Phillips
• Friday, May 14th, 2010
At the Ladies Fellowship meeting on Monday many memories were stirred as there was a sharing of family wedding photographs – some dating back to 1929.
On Saturday we are expecting a great evening with the Kettering Citadel Band under the leadership of Richard Phillips.
A further look at the work of the Army in Haiti following the 12 January earthquake. Click here to view. Medics at work
Th LWW is a mobile evangelistic team which exists to make the messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue to Jewish people worldwide. It is the musical arm of ‘Jews for Jesus‘