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Category Archives: Service
This week our meeting was led by Major Ian , looking at being Salt & Light in this day & age.
South East Division Worship This week our meeting is led by Divisional Leaders Majors Mark & Linda Herbert See also our Newsletter for this week … Continue reading
This week our meeting was led by Major Ian, and his theme was ‘Does going to Church make you a Christian?’
Our meeting this Sunday was led by Major Ian, with Territorial Envoy Tony McClure delivering the message entitled Right place – Right time .
This weeks meeting was delivered by Major Ian, with the ongoing (much appreciated) technical assistance of David Lockwood & Anthony Day
This week our meeting was led by Major Ian Payne , and the message was given by Lt Col Judith Payne.
Our meeting this Sunday was led by Major Ian, and this week he was looking at “Stories” , in particularly the story of the sower.
During last Sundays meeting , Iris Wells was thanked for her 30 Years Service to the Youth of the Corps.
During the Covid19 Lockdown our CSM Paul Scoulding and his hardworking team have thoroughly cleaned and painted our hall, please see a few pictures below Thank you all for your hard work
Our meeting this Sunday was led by Major Ian , and he was looking at Ezekiel 37 please follow the link below to view the broadcast
Our meeting this week , was led by Major Ian. Please use the link below to see the recording.
This Sunday our meeting was led by Major Ian Payne, and the theme of the meeting was “Faith”
Our Meeting this week was led by Major Ian F Payne , looking at ” Run the Race with Perseverance” Hebrews 12. please find the link to our Youtube Broadcast below
Our meeting on this Palm Sunday was led by Major Ian, and Lt Col Judith Payne delivered the message. Once again the meeting was broadcast from the hall and can be seen in full here If you haven’t … Continue reading