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10:30am - 11:45am Morning Worship
- followed by Coffee Fellowship
- Sunday School during the Morning Meeting
3.30pm Messy Church (once a month)
- 22nd April 2018
- 20th May 2018
- 24th June 2018
Photos from Messy Church:
- 9am-10.15am Breakfast Drop-in
- 1pm - 3pm 'Craft and Natter' Craft Group
10.15am - 11.30am CAMEO Club (once Monthly
7.15pm Band Practice
10am - 11:30am Parents & Toddlers (Term time only)
This group provides an opportunity for parents and toddlers to meet once a week for an hour and a half to play, create and sing.
We meet every Thursday from 10am to 11:30am. Light refreshments are also provided.
Please contact the office for details or to be added to the wiating list.
6pm - 7.30pm Kids Alive Club (Term time only)
Children's club for Primary and Junior School ages. Please contact the office for details or for your child to be added to the waiting list.
Please note that whilst we endeavour to keep the information on this site up-to-date, dates are subject to change. Please call the office on 01243 870243 for more information.
- Good Friday
- 10.15am The band will be supporting the Churches Together in Bognor Regis march of witness at the bottom of London Road.
- 11am Good Friday Reflections
- Easter Sunday
- 8am Join us as we celebrate the Resurrection on Bognor Regis seafront by the bandstand.
- 10.30am Easter Celebration
BOGNOR REGIS CORPS BAND
Bognor Regis Salvation Army band forms an integral element of the Salvation Army and its outreach to the wider community. The band provides music, including accompaniment for congregational singing, within the Salvation Army itself at most services. The band also provides a musical background and accompaniment at public events such as the Remembrance Service at the Town Hall each November, and is available to play at any event where it's contribution would be of benefit to the community. Christmas is a busy time for the band, playing Carols at the Town Centre, public events and bringing the Christmas spirit to many who will spend their time in care homes or other similar establishments. Salvation Army bands in general comprise Christian musicians who are happy to uses their skills as a means of ministry in a very practical way. The band at Bognor Regis currently has around 20 players comprising a mix of Salvationists and Christian friends. We also have a Brass Club where adults of any age can learn to play a Brass instrument with a view to eventually becoming members of the main band.
- Bandmaster Graham Paul
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