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Category Archives: Children’s Ministry
During last Sundays meeting , Iris Wells was thanked for her 30 Years Service to the Youth of the Corps.
Our Broadcasted meetings from the hall resumed this week , with Major Ian returning from his holiday . The theme for the morning was “Go on…..do the impossible”
Our Meeting this morning was led by Major Ian Payne Following the notices from the CSM , Major Ian delivered a statement on the Salvation Army position on the Corona Virus , and the practical steps we can all take. … Continue reading
There was a real buzz around the hall as people gathered for the KAOS carol service, with many wearing festive jumpers – and Major Ian sporting a Christmas waistcoat.
More than 20 families from both parent and toddler groups at the corps gathered to celebrate at a Christmas party on Monday. Tracy Wood had been invited to share the story of the nativity through Godly play, using wooden figures … Continue reading
This Sunday was our YP Annual , and both meetings were led by the YP sections.
This Week our morning meeting is our YP Annual The meeting will be Led by the Vanessa Cripps & the YP team
Our morning meeting was led by Major Judith Payne
This Sunday we resume Morning and Evening meetings at 10 am & 5 pm The morning Meeting will be led by Major Judith and in the 5 pm meeting we will hear from our YP Sections Please see below some … Continue reading
*** 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 meeting this Sunday was the Junior Soldiers Day of Renewal, and was led by the Junior Soldiers & YP sections. The theme of the morning was being Young & Brave.
z We have one meeting this Sunday and it is our Junior Soldier’s Day of Renewal.Come and support our Young People , those renewing their promises, and the ten new Junior Soldiers being enrolled today
Sue Willard writing about the Parent and Toddler Christmas party