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Both our meetings yesterday were led by Major Andrea Still, Major Alec having been quite unwell during the week. He was present and claiming to be feeling a little better but under instruction (!) to do nothing. Majors Andrea & Alec Still
We began our weekend on Saturday with the wedding of Emily Dean and Paul Mason conducted by Major Alec Still. We wish all the very best to the happy couple and pray that the future holds everything they would wish for.
After the first full week of regular activities in the newly redeveloped building we all seem to be well pleased with the new facilities at our disposal (which means we haven’t heard any complaints yet!).
A large crowd assembled for our first meeting in the newly developed Church Street premises. Welcome Home
Our weekend began with our first ‘Chatham 140′ event. Surrounding corps celebrated with us in the form of a massed Songster festival in the Royal Dockyard Church. A detailed account of this event will appear on Tuesday. Royal Dockyard Church
Our meetings yesterday were led by Commanding Officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still. Majors Andrea & Alec Still
As we celebrated yesterday the presence of Jesus we began our morning worship with song 64 from the Salvation Army Song Book. Our meeting was led by Major Alec Still. Majors Andrea & Alec Still
HALLELUJAH! The biblical account of that first Easter Day (John 20:1-8) began our morning worship at Gillingham, led by our own Major Alec Still , where we were sharing with our neighbouring corps due to Mid Kent College not being available.
We spent time yesterday thinking about the events of the first Palm Sunday.
Our meetings this weekend included what Salvationists know as Self-Denial.
Our Mothering Sunday morning meeting was led by Major Alec Still and commenced with song 10 from the Salvation Army Song Book.
Yesterday our Songsters were ministering at Folkestone, some 50 miles south-east of Chatham, and we shall, no doubt, be hearing something about their day very soon. We’ll report in due course.
Ice cold north-easterly winds greeted us on Sunday morning as we met for worship at Mid-Kent college but the atmosphere inside the building was warm and the temperature better than recent weeks. our temporary morning home
The weekend began with a concert at Sheerness given by the Band on which we shall report in detail during the coming week. Our worship yesterday was led by Commanding Officers Majors Alec and Andrea Still and included some very encouraging features. Majors Andrea & Alec Still
Our meetings yesterday were led by Majors Alec and Andrea Still who continued with the February theme of the ‘Call to God’s Word’. Majors Andrea & Alec Still