Not only because you need something, but because you have something to be thankful for.

What's On

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  • 10:15am Morning Worship

  • 4:15pm Gospel Choir

    • Fortnightly
  • 6pm Evening Worship


Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community

  • Monday

    • 10am Sam's Tots
      • Term time only

    • 7pm Prayer Meeting
      • Dates are when Living Word Bible Study meets

    • 7:30pm Living Word Bible Study
  • Tuesday

    • 1:30pm - 2:30pm Home League
      • Service for Ladies of all ages

    • 6:30pm Singing Company
      • Junior Choir

    • 8pm Songsters
      • Senior Choir

  • Wednesday

    • 10am C.A.M.E.O Coffee & Crafts
    • 7:30pm Ladies Fellowship
  • Thursday

    • 1:30pm - 2:30pm Over 60's Group
      • Open to all Ladies and Gentlemen

    • 3:30pm Messy Church
      • For 4pm start till 6pm 

    • 6:30pm Junior Band
    • 8pm Senior Band
  • Friday

    • 10am Sam's Tots
      • Term time only

  • Saturday

    • 8:30am Ladies Prayer Breakfast

Messy Church

  • When does it happen?

This is a monthly event on a Thursday after school – more details available from the Community centre office.

  • What can we do?

Crafts, games, painting, singing, stories, quizzes, model making and lots more but be prepared to get MESSY!

  • How much does it cost?

Cost is £3 per family (1 adult and up to 2 children) 50p per extra child – ages 5 -11 years, the cost includes a great cooked tea so Mum does not have to cook when you get home.

Come along and enjoy a great time with your children.

(All leaders and helpers are DBS checked plus The Salvation Army also follow our own ‘Safe and Sound Policy).

Every 2nd Thursday of the month.

  • Volunteers needed

Messy Church needs volunteers. If you would be willing to volunteer please let us know.

Volunteers must be willing to have a have a valid DBS check, or provide a valid check.


Read our weekly bulletin for more upto date information about this week's activities, prayer requests, special events and contact details.

Read the latest version of our Corps Grapevine magazine.

Community Services

The Salvation  Army's practical hands-on work is renowed. It has never been enough just to preach; the message of God's love is also demonstrated through its work particulary with marginalised and vulnerable people.

In corps and centres across the territory, people of all ages are welcomed and encouraged to discover how much he loves them and the possibilites he has for their lives.


C.A.M.E.O stands for Come and Meet Each Other

This is a Fun morning, everyone welcome.

You may participate in craft work or bring along your own (optional).

The group make various greeting cards to raise money for the SA anti-trafficking work, or just come along and meet new friends and enjoy a good cup of tea or coffee.

This is a fortnightly event.

Please call the Community Centre office to check the dates as the group sometimes meet outside the hall at various venues. (01622 681808)

  • Ladies Fellowship

When does the group meet?

The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday each month and are of mixed ages.

What happens?

Various speakers come and there are activities to do.

Please call the Community Centre office to check the dates as the group sometimes meet outside the hall at various venues. (01622 681808)

  • Ladies Prayer Breakfast

This is a lovely way to start a Saturday morning with great breakfast, fellowship and interesting speakers.

Please call the Community Centre office to check the dates as the group sometimes meet outside the hall at various venues. (01622 681808)


  • Youth Club

  • Are you Secondary School Age (Year 7 onwards) & interested in meeting new people?
  • If so, please come and join our
  • Youth Club
  • at The Salvation Army, 74-80 Union Street, Maidstone (ME14 1ED)
  • The Youth Club is open to all Secondary School children from Year 7 onwards. 
  • It is held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month and the February club dates are 6th & 20th February, from 7-9pm.
  • Cost of entry £1.50 per person. The tuck shop is extra.
  • At the youth club you can enjoy playing Wii, darts, nerf guns, table tennis, pool and lots more.
  • Why not come along and join in the fun?
  • For further details, please phone the Community Office on 01622681808.


International College for Officers Visit to Maidstone

Maidstone SA band carolling in Week Street, Maidstone

Trombone Section at Christmas



Letter to the Editor

Christmas Parcel Appeal 2014

Maidstone Salvation Army Corps would like to thank the people of Maidstone and the surrounding area for their very generous support of the Christmas Parcel appeal by supplying new toys, toiletries, food and donations of money.

The incredible generosity of individuals, local businesses, community groups, secondary schools and housing associations enabled us to help 308 children and their families, with presents and parcels of food for families who would otherwise have had nothing or very little over Christmas.

Thank You!



Support Stacks Up For Stranded Motorists

London South-East Division provided welfare support to a number of stranded lorry drivers caught up in severe traffic delays on the M20.

Kent County Council Emergency Planning Team requested support as part of Operation Stack – where freight vehicles are parked on the M20 because of delays at Eurotunnel or the Channel ports. The operation is in phase two, which means the M20 is closed to all Southbound traffic beyond junction eight to allow large numbers of lorries to be parked on the carriageway. Cars are diverted to other routes while lorries are held on the motorway with expected delays of up to seven hours before they are moved a few at a time to the Tunnel or Channel ports.

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Visit of Bromley Temple Songsters

8th February 2015

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Grayson Williams


Janice Williams


Lynne Clifton

Captain, Associate Officer