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Thanks to Karen and Sharon for a happy crafting evening. ..
We continued the celebration of the 145th Corps Anniversary of Chatham 16th Corps, Commanding Officer Major Ian F Payne, under the leadership of Territorial Commander Commissioner Anthony Cotterill and Commissioner Gillian Cotterill, supported by our Divisional Commanders Majors Mark and … Continue reading
This Talent Night was a part of our 145th Corps Anniversary Celebrations in the presence of our Territorial Commander Commissioner Anthony Cotterill and Commissioner Gillian Cotterill with the Divisional Commanders, Majors Mark and Linda Herbert. The evening was a fun, … Continue reading
The 145th Corps Anniversary is being celebrated this week-end. Sunday meetings will be at 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. Leaders for the week-end are Territorial Commander Commissioner Anthony Cotterill with Commissioner Gillian Cotterill. please find a copy of some … Continue reading
Come for tea and cake at 6 o’clock.
Yesterday was Harvest Sunday and the morning meeting was led by Major Ian F Payne who had baked a marvellous harvest loaf for the occasion. The meeting began with Major Ian referring to Col. 2:7 which says ‘we should … Continue reading
The morning meeting was the responsibility of the Band and was by Chris Boughton, Asst Band Sergeant, with the theme ‘A safe place’ which, he said, could be both physical and spiritual. The opening song was ‘Lord, I lift your … Continue reading
Yesterday’s sole meeting was conducted by Major F Payne, our Commanding Officer, with the theme ‘Where is your power?’ based on the verse ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness‘. 2 Corinthians 12:9 … Continue reading
The only meeting today is at 10.00 am and will be led by Major Ian F Payne with the theme ‘Where is your power?’ Major Ian F Payne If you are in the locality, we would love to see … Continue reading