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Category Archives: Fellowship
The Ministry Team will be leading as follows on Sunday 6 August 2017.
The images below are the schedule for the first full day enjoyed by our young people who attended the Divisional Summer School held recently. As can be seen there was plenty for the children to get their teeth into and … Continue reading
We are blessed to have a great team looking after our thriving Parent and Toddler groups under the direction of Sue Willard. Her ‘end of term’ report follows (with some pictures). Sue
Well, in the morning at any rate. Unfortunately the clouds came around lunchtime and the wind felt chilly but the children (and their parents) still enjoyed their annual outing to the beach. here are some pictures.
Last week’s Cameo Club entertainment was provided by the Davis family and led by mum Lisa. Lisa Davis
A great time was enjoyed by members of the Cameo Club (and a few others) when Majors Estelle and Peter Clack invited them to their home for such a feats, praying that the weather would be kind to them.
All three (+chips) were evident in the Ladies Fellowship outing in the Kent sunshine. on the beach at St Mildred’s Bay
An afternoon of games organise by Keith and Gill Moore from Sittingbourne Salvation Army church was a great success. Keith acted as Games Master while Jill kept score. First up was quoits and some of the results were top class … Continue reading
Well you can! Join us at Chatham Salvation Army, Church Street, ME4 4BT at 1.30pm tomorrow (Wednesday) for the time of your life.
Recently Nigel and Margaret Day spent 18 days in South Africa. Yesterday they visited Cameo to talk about their experience and show pictures. The Cameo members were delighted with the afternoon’s entertainment which was topped off with cheese and biscuits, … Continue reading
No, its not Halloween! We’ve received some photos, taken at recent Cameo meetings, of magic man Grenville Burn and Heathrow Chaplain Major Melvyn Ackroyd. Both afternoons were well received by those attending.
This was the theme for the weekend when Chatham Songsters, under the leadership of Carolynn Woodman, visited Stowmarket Corps last weekend.
What on earth is that? Those attending Cameo last Wednesday found out and tried it for themselves. Major Estelle Clack
Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko of the Maasai Tribe in Kenya was in town again