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This last weekend was a very exciting one for three of our Songsters, Emma, Louise and Rachel, as they were privileged to be able to take part in a weekend of activity with the Territorial Youth Choir which culminated in … Continue reading
This week, our first, ‘Monday Spot’ features three highlights from our week-end activities, Pentecost worship, Rod’s first day in Army uniform and a ‘Soup & Roll’ lunch organised by the Youth Group
Yesterday, our first day on the web, some people had difficulty in leaving comments in our Guest Book. We are sorry about this. The problem was only evident with some web browsers and we believe it has … Continue reading
Eight ladies, whose children attend the Mother and Toddler groups, came to the end of a 6 week Parenting Course this week. Course leader Verna Smith wishes to thank those other ‘mums’ who helped look after the children during the … Continue reading
Isaac James Woodman was born on 25 May at 3.07pm. Isaac weighed a mighty 9lbs. (perhaps he is destined to be a tuba player like his Dad!). Parents Carl and Carolynn are delighted and we offer them our congratulations … Continue reading
Congratulations to Captain Kathy Woodhouse on her promotion to the rank of Major, effective from 26th May 2006. May God bless Kathy as she continues to minister to us all.
Ethan Smith is now at home recovering from his operation. This was major surgery for a little boy of 16 months and he has responded very well indeed.
Thoughts from our Commanding Officers This Issue – Major Drew McCombe Where? What? How? Who? Why? Some 2000 years ago, a real man walked the earth. He was just like every other man in his country, except that he claimed … Continue reading
The Parent and Toddler Groups held a Dads, Lads & Daughters morning on Saturday 27 May. The children, between the ages of 1 and 3, brought their fathers for a morning of play accompanied by bacon butties (for the Dads) … Continue reading
Chatham Citadel Band and Songsters recently hosted an evening to celebrate the contribution made by Lt. Col. Ray Steadman-Allen to Salvation Army music following his admission to the Order of the Founder in 2005.
The Rev Malcolm Duncan [Leader of Faithworks] visited Chatham Citadel on Sunday 7 May 2006 to speak to the corps membership about how to engage with your communityâ€¦