Adult & Family Ministries • Wednesday, September 28th, 2011
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It’s been a busy week with all those possible carrying out the Annual Appeal door to door collection culminating in our Sunday meetings led by Majors Andrea and Alec Still in the morning, joined by Rev. Brian Adams from Emmaus, with his congregation, in the evening. Majors Andrea and Alec Still
Every December [usually during the second week] The Salvation Army in Chatham distribute new toys and other gifts to children and families in need over the Christmas period. Beginning the packing
Councillor David Brake was Mayor of Medway for the year 2010-2011. The Salvation Army in Chatham was one of several charities selected by him for support during his term as Mayor. Councillor David Brake
Once again the Parent and Toddler Groups are to hold an event in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support in its WBCM project.
A capacity audience greeted Lt. Col. Ray Steadman-Allen (OF)* on the occasion of his 89th birthday celebration concert at Maidstone last weekend. Lt.Col. Ray Steadman-Allen
Lt. Col. Ray Steadman Allen OF We begin by congratulating Lt. Col. Ray Steadman-Allen OF on attaining 89 years. His birthday celebrations were a public affair held at Maidstone Salvation Army on Saturday in the form of a fund-raising event for Joy’s Parkinson’s Project. A separate report on this event will be published tomorrow.
Helen Gallagher, coordinator for Medway Foodbank has sent us the following exciting letter. Helen
The Ladies Fellowship members met on Monday with slightly depleted numbers but this didn’t dampen the spirit of the evening’s fellowship. We welcomed Major Andrea Still to her first meeting and there was a time of ‘show and tell’. Major Andrea Still
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click on the poster to enlarge It’s this coming Saturday, be there if you can!
No doubt this weekend millions of people around the world have been remembering that awful day, 10 years ago, when the USA was attacked by terrorists, as we ourselves have done. World Trade Center
This is the question to be levelled at the Ladies Fellowship when it meets for its first session of the autumn period next Monday (12 September). not this we hope!
We have received the sad news of the Promotion to Glory of former Chatham Bandmaster Bill Andrews on 6 September. Bill Andrews
Abby Guinness will be presenting a collection of monologues based on the women of the bible at St Justus Church, The Fairway, Rochester, on Friday 30 September at 7.30pm. This is ‘Ladies Night’ at St Justus. Abby