Archive for December, 2010
As we come to the end of another year we would like to wish all our readers, wherever you are in the world, the happiest of new years. May you r knowledge of God and his love for you increase day by day.
This is a reminder to all who intend worshipping with us on Sunday that there will only be one meeting, at 10am. The meeting will be led by Majors Drew and Beverley McCombe. Visitors are invited and will be most welcome. Majors Drew & Beverley McCombe Here’s how to find us: Click on the maps [...]
“We like to think that we’re in control of our lives, but we need to wait on God. We are in his hands! All the things we consider important are nothing compared to God’s grace and love.” (Anon)
Well, was it a White Christmas after all? Well that depends on your definition of what it is. Here in the south-east of England it didn’t actually snow on Christmas Day so we thought that meant technically it wasn’t although there is certainly still some of the white stuff on the ground. The light has [...]
Major Drew McCombe brings some thoughts on a very topical issue. Majors Drew & Beverley McCombe
Once again The Salvation Army in Chatham has been able to help meet the needs of many families who will be struggling this Christmas. Organiser Marjory Hudson with a friend
Cadets Steve & Mel Scoulding sent the following greeting to be read at the Corps Carol Service: Steve & Mel
Divisional leaders Lt. Cols. Anthony and Gillian Cotterill send greetings to ‘their friends at Chatham’. Click on the image to enlarge
The Mummy & Me Parent and Toddler Group held its end of term Christmas party on Friday. Fourteen children with their parents enjoyed a morning of carols, the telling of the Christmas story, the visit of Santa Claus and some food. Yippee! That’s a nice tree
Being the last Sunday before Christmas it is not surprising that our day was once again scheduled to be full of carols.
The Corps Carol Service, scheduled for 6pm this evening WILL GO AHEAD. Major Drew McCombe says: I have been to the hall this morning- the roads are now clearing, the paths have been gritted and the Pentagon Car Park (multi story on the Brook) is open 24hrs – Rhode St Car Park is open, been [...]
This morning’s KAOS Carol Service is cancelled due to the extreme weather, road and car parking conditions. A further decision will be taken at 2pm with regard to this evening’s Corps Carol Service and the information posted here as soon as we have it. This will take into account the conditions at the time.
Major Drew McCombe has circulated the following email regarding Sunday’s meetings:
The concert with the Band and the Rainham Ladies Choir scheduled for this evening in the Historic Dockyard Church is CANCELLED due to extreme weather conditions.