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Some of you will have lots of links and fruitful involvement in schools, others may not have the resources, opportunities or people to work with schools. Whatever your current situation, prayer is an important and powerful way to support the … Continue reading
The Chairman’s report of the Mission Forum meeting held on 22 January 2017 and the Chatham Citadel Income and Expenditure for 2016/17 is available to read either by clicking on Mission Forum Summaries box at the top of the page … Continue reading
Major Nigel Schultz is encouraging everyone who attends meetings at Chatham SA to undertake ‘Safe and Sound’ training. Our trainer is Tracy Wood, YPSM and Children Specialist (Leader Development). Tracy Wood This will be helpful in making our environment … Continue reading
Click here to read the Chairman’s report of Key Issues discussed at the Mission Forum on 9 October 2016
Recruiting Sergeant Nigel Day reports: On a bright sunny day seven of us met at Chatham Station for our trip to William Booth College at Denmark Hill in London as an ongoing part of the recruits’ introduction to The Salvation … Continue reading
Click here to read the Chairman’s summary of the Mission Forum held on 19 June 2016
The September to December 2016 edition of Words of Life is now available at £3.00 per copy. Click here to order on line or contact us.
The Divisional Farewell and Candidates Farewell for the London South East Division will be held at Chatham (Church Street, ME4 4BT) on Sunday 26 June at 6pm. As many readers will already be aware the current changes in Salvation Army … Continue reading
The Salvation Army’s Public Affairs Unit has issued the following guide for Christians on the upcoming EU Referendum
The May to August 2016 edition of Words of Life is now available at £3.00 per copy. Click here to order on line or contact us.
On Sunday over seventy corps members met at the King Charles Hotel in Gillingham to share fellowship over a meal.