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With permission we again bring extracts from Spiral Magazine (November 2016 issue) published by the Parish of South Gillingham.
After a period of four years as manager of the Medway Foodbank Centre hosted by The Salvation Army in Chatham, Iris Wells is relinquishing that responsibility at the end of October. On behalf of all concerned we want to thank Iris for her commitment and wish her a more restful time in future. Ian Childs, Medway Foodbank Project Manager presented Iris with flowers as recognition of her service.
Mention has been made in a previous post of our Children’s Ministry Annual Weekend. A social event was held last Saturday evening at an open air site in Maidstone.
The morning meeting yesterday was led by Major Nigel and Judy Schultz.
The Ladies Fellowship meeting this month was in the form of a secret bring and buy sale to raise money for the Salvation Army’s Helping Hand scheme.
The Songsters presentation of a concert at Ramsgate was well received by a large audience some of whom had shared tea with them earlier
‘Constant Grace’ was the theme of our morning worship yesterday. The meeting was led by Major Nigel Schultz.
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Devotees of choral music might like to consider a trip to Ramsgate this coming Saturday to hear a concert given by the Chatham Salvation Army Songsters (leader Carolynn Woodman). The evening begins at 6.30pm and will include a variety of musical styles to suit all tastes. The venue is the Ramsgate Salvation Army Hall, 167 High Street, Ramsgate, CT11 9TT. It will be a great evening!!!
The Band‘s 135th anniversary proved to be a very enjoyable and worthwhile weekend beginning with a reunion tea on Saturday afternoon which was attended by a good number of former Chatham bandsmen and, in some cases, their families.
Our part in The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, held last Friday in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support raised £320. We are grateful to the Parent and Toddler Team for organising and managing the event which was held in the memory of former P & T leader Verna Smith.