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Author Archives: Kevin Abbott
Our Meetings this Sunday were led by Major Ian Payne The 10am meeting was titled ‘Standing as Salt & Light’ “Let me tell you why you are here. You’re here to be salt-seasoning that brings out the God-flavours of this … Continue reading
Our meetings this Sunday will be led by Major Ian Payne 10am ‘Standing as Salt & Light’ 4pm Chatham Review – Soldiers Meeting “Let me tell you why you are here. You’re here to be salt-seasoning that … Continue reading
Our Meetings this Sunday are at 10 am & 4 pm , as they will be until further notice Sunday Morning is our Commitment Sunday Meeting led by Major Ian Payne Our Sunday afternoon meeting will be led by our … Continue reading
Our Sunday Morning meeting was led by Major Ian Titled – ‘Jesus Knowing, Not Judging but Loving’
We had a great evening at Chatham Corps , at our Community Quiz night. It was a well attended event with 80+ people taking part for the Majors Trophy.
Our meetings this Sunday will be led by Major Ian F Payne
This is an exciting opportunity for young people aged 18+
Our Meeting on Sunday was led by Nigel Day Nigel was looking at the subject of Fruitful Discipleship
Our meeting this Sunday will be led by Nigel Day The theme of the meeting is “Fruitful Discipleship” and is at 10 am
MORNING MEETING LED BY TERRITORIAL ENVOY TONY McCLURE Theme: The supremacy of the Son of God Reading: Colossians 1:15 – 23
Our Morning meeting will be led by Territorial Envoy Tony McClure at 10 am
Wishing You a Happy New Year Our meeting at 10 am this Sunday will be led by … Continue reading
Sunday Morning – 30th December 2018 Our morning meeting this Sunday was led by Major Ian Payne, and was entitled; ‘Jesus, not just for Christmas’.
Sunday Morning 30th December 2018
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