Archive for August, 2011
In this week’s Monday Spot we reported the Promotion to Glory of Lt. Col. Sutton and promised an account of his ‘adventures’. This is a fascinating story and well worth the few minutes required to read it. Click here. Lt. Col. Sutton
Click here to read the recent article in Salvationist regarding General Linda Bond’s call to prayer. General Linda Bond Click here to submit prayer requests to Major Jill Miller (24-7/SA Prayer Co-ordinator, THQ) Click here to submit prayer requests to Margaret Day (our own corps Prayer Co-ordinator) or to seek further information about our prayer [...]
Here we are at the end of the summer holidays and today is the last public holiday before Christmas (ouch!). familiar?
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Yet more notes
• Thursday, August 25th, 2011
School holidays will end soon
Mark Scoulding has sent us a report on his week at Vinehall School where he was on the staff of the Divisional Summer School. Click here to read. Mark
Words of Life
• Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
MEET GOD DAILY THROUGH PRAYER AND PRAISE ENJOY A VARIETY OF BITE-SIZE BIBLE READINGS BUILD A LASTING LIBRARY FOR FURTHER STUDY The September – December 2011 edition of Words of Life is now available at £3.50 per copy. Click here to order on line or contact us.
During the past week some of our young people have received examination results. This is always a stressful time for those waiting to hear the news and a relief when the results have arrived.
A new Alpha course will begin at our Church Street hall on Wednesday 14 September.
Jessica Scott attended Territorial Music School for the first time this year. Click here to read of her experiences. Jessica
Major Alec Still brings us his first blog since taking over the leadership of Chatham corps in late July.
What a difficult week this has been!
• Friday, August 12th, 2011
MEDWAY’S oldest sheltered housing scheme, which was opened by the well-respected British actress Dame Sybil Thorndike, has celebrated its 50th birthday (states the local press). And among those at the anniversary party of Thorndike House in Palmerston Road, Chatham was Betty Jones, 96, who moved in 23 years ago. Betty is a member of our [...]