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Category Archives: Children’s Ministry
The ‘Tweenagers‘ at Gatwick last night Courtesy of Facebook
The Chatham ‘Tweenagers’ set off this evening on their long awaited trip to visit the Matumaini School in Tanzania. Overnight flights to Dar Es Salaam via Dubai will probably not dampen the excitement of a first visit to the African … Continue reading
Our ‘Tweenagers’ have smashed their target of raising £8200 for Matumaini School in Tanzania. Next week five of them, together with a number of adults to supervise, will be making the long journey to meet the children and staff of … Continue reading
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
Do we mean fabulous ‘tweenagers’ or fabulous trip. Well, both really. Below is a picture of the six young people who are taking seven responsible adults on the trip of their young lives. At the end of the month they … Continue reading
The ingathering of the Change4Change boxes will take place during the Sunday morning meeting on 23 April 2017. Please come and bring your box. All proceeds go towards the Chatham Tweenagers Matumaini School project.
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Susan Willard, leader of the Toddler groups at the Corps, reports as follows: Susan Willard
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It’s not too late to start saving your change to donate to the Tweenagers Project for the Matumaini School in Tanzania. During the morning meeting on 23 April there will be opportunity given for you to bring back your box … Continue reading
Successful morning session for the Tweenagers when we sewed 420 buttons onto 210 pencil cases which they are taking with them to the Matumaini School. Great fun. We did so well we are not needed on Friday 31st. Here are … Continue reading