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A big thank you to Retired Bandsman Peter Wood, No 1 on the roll, for keeping us up to date with the history of the Corps. The short version from January to December 2016 has now been added to the website. Click here for a read.
With permission we again bring extracts from Spiral Magazine (February 2017 issue) published by the Parish of South Gillingham. Please read and add your prayers.
Sunday meetings yesterday were held as expected, the snowy weather having dissipated since Thursday evening when practices were cancelled. Paul and Wendy Scoulding led the morning meeting and based the meeting theme on the Corps Vision and, in particular, the prophecy in relation to evangelism in Chatham.
Due to the snowy and icy conditions Leader Sue Willard says Mummy and Me has been cancelled today.
Major Nigel Schultz says that the Hall will be open but wants people to take great care. There is no news yet as to whether the Foodbank will operate.
Paul Scoulding is the leader of Sunday morning’s meeting at 10.00 am at Chatham Citadel. The second meeting this week is at 4 pm and will be led by Major Nigel Schultz.
Major Judy Schultz will be leading the 10.30 am meeting at Strood Corps.
Please join us if you can as you will be most welcome. Here’s where we are:
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At the beginning of the year we decided to have some fun and learn different ways of tying a scarf to look beautiful.
Meetings this Sunday will be led as follows:
Chatham Corps at 10 a.m. Major Nigel Schultz
Strood Corps at 10.30 a.m. Major Judith Schultz
Last week the funeral took place at Medway Crematorium, Chatham of Ellen Lloyd, wife of Retired Bandsman Ken Lloyd and mother of Major Michael Lloyd.
Well, this has been an unusually busy week. Just as we finish our Christmas festivities we had the wedding of Major Karen and Murray, then the funeral of Songster Ellen Lloyd which will be reported on later. We then had the delightful pantomime written and produced by our Chatham Youff. Peter Pan with a twist – a male Tinkerbell in the form of Gareth! It was an excellent production and we all felt very proud of our youth members who have such a lot of talent. You will find a selection of photos at the end of this report including the winner of the children’s superhero competition – Katelyn. Continue reading
Major Nigel will be leading worship at 10.00 am only at Chatham Corps whilst Major Judith will be leading worship at Strood at 10.30 am.
This is where we are:
The wedding of Major Karen Ramsay with Murray Smith takes place today.
We are invited to celebrate with them at 12 o’clock at Maidstone Salvation Army Hall, Union Street, Maidstone, ME14 1ED when Majors Alec and Andrea Still conduct the wedding ceremony.
We wish them every happiness for the future and pray God will bless their marriage. We hope to have some pictures for you another day.