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Category Archives: History
For our Monday spot this week please see the next in our broadcasted meetings from our hall. Major Ian was on site assisted by Anthony Day and David Lockwood If you haven’t already done so, please provide your In Touch information so … Continue reading
Just to let you know that the concert with Chatham Citadel Band at Rainham Girls School has been postponed. Due to current situation it was best to cancel and reschedule. We will let you know in due course of a … Continue reading
CHATHAM CITADEL CORPS Commanding Officer: Major Ian F Payne email@example.com Tel: 01634 843689 – 07813 949 773 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Church St, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4BT 17th March 2020 To All members, friends and … Continue reading
Sunday 2nd February 2020 This morning our meeting will be led by Major Ian Payne 10 am – What does Jesus look like to you?
Sunday Morning Worship Our Meeting this Morning was led by CSM Tim Scott .
Our Sunday Morning Meeting was a Holiness Meeting Jesus is Given – A Meditation by Major Judith Payne
Our Meetings this Sunday , celebrating our 146th Anniversary , were led by Major Marian Parker from Worthing Corps.
146th Corps Anniversary
This Sunday was our YP Annual , and both meetings were led by the YP sections.
Our morning meeting was led by Major Ian and focused on the story of Jonah.
*** Please note this is now cancelled due to expected poor weather ***
Our Meeting this morning was led by Major Ian Payne , and was entitled ‘What are we building on’ the Text for the meeting was Luke 6:46-49
Our morning Meeting was led by Major Ian Following some introductory music from the Band Major Ian began with a quick report on the Dragon Boat race last weekend , including a video presentation . Our Corps Sergeant Major , … Continue reading
Todays report is a slightly different format as I wasn’t at either of the events reported on , so I am indebted to others for the details