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Fellowship, Prayer, Help and Worship
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Our Worship Hour is held at Sundays at 5pm at THE SALVATION ARMY FORTRESS in Chatteris.
We give a warm welcome to our Visiting Officers who will lead our Worship in the following weeks.
Sunday November 11th - NO SERVICE AT THE FORTRESS TODAY AS WE WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE REMEMBRANCE PARADE & SERVICE AT THE PARISH CHURCH 2.30 - 4.30
Sunday November 18th - 5PM with Lt. Col. John Hassard
Mondays & Wednesdays
Home League is held on the 2nd and the 4th Monday in each month at 5pm
Please note that our next Meetings will be on Monday November 12th
Monday November 26th, & Monday Dec. 10th
Please let Gerald or Heather know if you need transport
Luncheon Club at 12.00 - 1.30pm
Enjoy a 2 Course meal for only £4.00 (please book in advance)
followed by songs, talks, quizzes & puzzles).
We hope to see you all again at our next Wednesday Luncheon Club on November 14th
Sunday November 11th - Parade and Remembrance Parade & Service at the Parish Chuch 2.30 - 4.30 (No 5pm Service at THE FORTRESS)
Saturday December 1st CHRISTMAS FAYRE AT THE FORTRESS
All sorts of interesting items, cakes etc. If you would like a stall at the Fayre please let Gerald know as soon as possible
On Thursday April 12th our Divisional Commander Major Martin Hill visited the FORTRESS en route as part of his Charity Cycle Ride to all the Salvation Army Corps in the Central East Division - aprox. 350 miles!.This event was to raise funds to enable more children to attend this years YOUNG PEOPLES CAMP. A very happy time was spent with Major Hill and we were pleased to support this great event with donations of over £200.
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For Peace and Compassion in the World Today
For the Sick and Bereaved in our Community
For the Homeless and Those in Need
Please come and browse our Salvation Army Charity Shop
at 38 High Street (opposite New Road Junction)
Our opening times are Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.00pm
Saturday 9.30am - 1pm
Our charity shops sell a wide range of goods, including accessories, bags, books, clothing, crockery, games, films, jewellery, music, ornaments, paintings, shoes, and toys. More unusual items such as sports equipment, musical instruments and home furnishings, will also be welcomed. We are sorry that, at the moment, we are not able to take large items of furniture, or electrical goods. Please note that items can only be accepted at the shop if in good, resaleable condition.
We are sorry that Donations should be brought to the shop during open hours only, as due to Regulations unattended bags and items should not now be left at shop fronts or in the High Street.
For a look at our shop, please Click on Link below:- http://news.salvationarmy.org.uk/learning-from-our-volunteers-four-simpl...