Archive for October, 2011
A week on from the powerful worship experiences of last weekend people arrived expecting another good day in fellowship together led by Majors Alec and Andrea Still. They were not disappointed. Majors Andrea & Alec Still
Maybe, but actually, its tomorrow night!
For some time now music written by Salvation Army composers and published by the Salvation Army has been available for non-Salvationist music groups to perform. Composers such as our own Lt. Col. Ray Steadman-Allen have enjoyed a wider circulation of their music and their ministry. Lt. Col. Ray Steadman-Allen
Our Adherents met recently for their annual fellowship tea under the leadership of Majors Jim and Alma Brown. Majors Alma & Jim Brown
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We are pleased to bring greetings to all our readers from the Camberwell and Ringwood Salvation Army corps in Melbourne, Australia, visited by our webmaster on a recent trip ‘down under’. Both corps have a thriving expression of Christian faith in their local communities. Camberwell hall & COs, Majors Jenny & Brian Pratt
Once again the Parent and Toddler Groups are to hold an event in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support in its WBCM project.
The Salvation Army’s use of music in worship is well known and it has many musicians within its ranks. Chatham Band
The Sunday meetings this week were led by Majors Alec and Andrea Still, the morning meeting focussing on ‘Life – is it really that hard?’ conducted by Alec. Majors Andrea and Alec Still
Purpose Group Leader Nigel Day says: ‘Everyone is welcome to come to the meeting of the Discipleship Purpose Group on Friday 21 October at 8pm at Chatham Salvation Army Hall. We will be reviewing what we did during the past twelve months and plan events for the forthcoming year including: hot potato evenings, Discipleship Sunday [...]
For those of you who were unable to visit Maidstone Salvation Army on the week-end of 3/4 September when the Corps celebrated General Albert Orsborn and the LSE Candidates Farewell took place, we are told that two DVDs have been produced for sale through the Maidstone Band’s website.
Trish Hall reports on this new venture for Chatham SA. Despite the last minute change of venue due to Costa Coffee having an electricity problem, the first book club evening was met with enthusiasm albeit with limited numbers. Cakes and coffees helped discussions along the way. This month’s choice of book is Redeeming Love by [...]
O how true!!!
• Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
With our current Parenting Course coming to its climax next week we thought readers would like to know what parenting is all about! Health & Safety!
At Ladies Fellowship this month the guest speaker was Wendy Bristow, a corsetry/lingerie demonstrator. She brought with her a selection of mannequins dressed in decorative corsets (definition: a garment to support the bust, waist and hips) and also some illustrations of how corsetry has developed over the years.
This week was the YP Annual when the children of KAOS were presented with their prizes and they presented individual musical items in a morning meeting organised by YPSM Tracy Wood. Congregational songs chosen were SA64, SA850, SoF1013 and, from Junior Song Book ‘You don’t have to be clever‘. YPSM Tracy Wood