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MacMillan Coffee Morning Success

The Mummy and Me parent and toddler group hosted another successful coffee morning at Chatham corps last Friday, raising a total of £276.09 for Macmillan Cancer Support. The toddler group team would like to thank everyone who supported the event … Continue reading

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Monday Spot (23 October)

The meetings today were led by Major Nigel Schultz (morning) and Major Judith Schultz (evening)  Majors Nigel and Judy Schultz

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Come and join the Prayer Walk Sat 21 October

Feedback from the Prayer Walk on 7 October: “This morning was a dream; Lesley, Wendy, Paul and myself went out on the streets, and started by finding the tent on our doorstep I’d been told about on Tuesday night’s drop … Continue reading

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Monday Spot (16 October 2017)

The morning meeting yesterday was themed ‘Colours of Day’ and led by Major Nigel Schultz.  The afternoon meeting was a musical event starring guests Nicholas Lester and Major Richard Gaudion.    Major Nigel Schultz

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Stop Press re Sunday soloist.

We are disappointed to announce that one of our soloists, Kerry, is unable to be with us on Sunday afternoon as she has been called back to family in Australia.   We wish her safe journeys and pray for her … Continue reading

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Ladies Fellowship

   Major  Judy Schultz Major Judy Schultz was the speaker at this month’s meeting of Ladies Fellowship.  At the start she recapped on events which had taken place like the ‘Women and God’ week-end at Swanwick and the Celebration Tea … Continue reading

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Monday Spot (9 October 2017)

The Sunday morning meeting was conducted by Major Nigel Schultz who focused on the theme ‘What next?’.   Major Nigel Schultz We were reminded how, when Jesus went into Heaven the disciples were left in the upper room to wait … Continue reading

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Monday Spot (24 April 2017)

Yesterday morning Major Judy reminded us that we are in the period of Easter – the fifty days between Easter Day and Pentecost.   Major Judith Schultz

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Easter surprises at Ladies Fellowship

This month the focus of the meeting was to donate and prepare surprise gift bags for people who attend the LIFE drop in this week.  It was a fun evening as you can see from the photos.

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Monday Spot (17 April 2017)

Easter is such a special time.  From the meditative nature of Good Friday, through the quietness of Easter Saturday to the excitement and joyous celebration of the Risen Saviour on Easter Day – Resurrection Day.  

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Happy Easter

 

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Bring back Change4Change boxes

The ingathering of the Change4Change boxes will take place during the Sunday morning meeting on 23 April 2017.   Please come and bring your box.  All proceeds go towards the Chatham Tweenagers Matumaini School project.  

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Monday Spot (10 April 2017)

The meetings yesterday were led by Major Nigel Schultz at 10.00 am and 6.00 pm.  The morning meeting celebrated Palm Sunday when everyone was invited to bring a scarf to wave then later lay it at the cross and take … Continue reading

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Don’t forget the concert on 13 May!

Get your tickets for this concert by clicking on this link.  

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Monday Spot (3 April 2017)

Yesterday’s meetings were led by Major Nigel Schultz and for a change commenced with the ministry of the Songsters who sang ‘Love, shine a Light’ followed by a congregational song SA 107 ‘Hark the glad sound’ and some prayer time. 

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