Welcome to Herts and Essex Division covering Essex, areas of northern London and parts of Hertfordshire.
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Please click on any of these churches below to find out more:
- Bishops Stortford
- Canvey Island
- Colchester Citadel
- Colchester Mount Zion
- Hadleigh Employment Training Centre
- Hadleigh Temple
- Hatfield Peverel
- Saffron Walden
- Southend Citadel
- Southend Southchurch
- St Albans
- Waltham Abbey
'Inspire' Divisional Newsletter
Summer School 2017
- 30th July - 4th August 2017
- Information and Application Forms!
- Help us share the news! Download a poster or share information from our facebook page
Kids Alive Outside (KAO) 2017
- 21st August - 24th August 2017
- More information to come soon!
Divisional Musical Sections
The London North East Fellowship Band
The London North East Fellowship Band was formed to serve all members of the community aged 55 plus. If you play a brass instrument and would like to be part of this friendly, supportive and very active group then please come along to one of our rehearsals. The band is open to anyone aged 55 or over and it is not necessary to be a member of the Salvation Army to join. Rehearsals are Fridays at 1pm at Hadleigh. If you'd like to contact someone from the bands leadership team you can reach Eric Collett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to know a little more about the history of the band and some of its previous engagements then please download a short history of the band available on the link below:
If you are a member of the band, interested in coming along to a rehearsal or just a keen follower, below is a link to the band's full schedule for the year listing all rehearsals and engagements:
The London North East Fellowship Band are on Facebook
To view pictures and videos from the band's previous engagements, and to keep up to date with all the latest news about forthcoming events, click here.
Straight Ahead Youth Choir
Straight Ahead Youth Choir is a vibrant, friendly, welcoming group of young people who love to sing! Many of our members are connected to Salvation Army Churches around the London North East Division, however you don't have to be a member of the Salvation Army to join Straight Ahead. So, if you're 12 to 25 and think that you'd like to be a part of Straight Ahead, why not come along to our next rehearsal and see if you like it? If you'd like more information about Straight Ahead the please feel free to contact our Divisional Youth Officer Ben Still at email@example.com or by phone on 01245 383005.
The LNE Youth Band
Re-formed in 2012, the LNE Youth Band serves young people from Essex, parts of East London, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. It's a relaxed, friendly and open band who are always looking for new people to join their ranks! So if you're 12 to 25 years old and play a brass instrument, why not join us for one of our rehearsals. And remember - you don't need to be a member of the Salvation Army to join us. Just come along and join in! If you'd like more information about the band contact our Divisional Youth Officer Ben Still at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01245 383005.
Divisional Training Guide
Divsional Training Guide
The Divisional Training Guide falls in to three main sections:
Divisional Training: Training planned to be held in the Division during 2015
Essential Training: Training that is mandatory for the safe running of our programmes and how to access it
Organic Training: Training that can be offered by the Divisional team to meet the needs identified in your corps and centres. We are happy to come to you and train your teams in situ.
There is also information about how to access the courses on ilearn for volunteers, employees and officers and contact details for some excellent external training providers.
Click the link below to download a pdf copy, and for more information on training matters please contact Major Amanda Slader
Here in the London North East Division we want to encourage a culture of prayer. To this end we produce resources around a specific prayer focus every six weeks for you to download and use as you see fit. They might be perfect to help you theme your corps prayer room or might be just what you need to give your own personal prayer time more focus.
Please feel free to click on the links below to download the current resources:
HEDYMAC is the unwieldy acronym for the Herts&Essex Divisional Youth Advisory Council! We hope that this group will be a place where the voice of young people, youth work volunteers and officers (who will make up the group) will speak into divisional youth work and events.
If you are a young person, volunteer youth worker or officer and would like to apply to be a part of this group then please complete the form below and send it back to email@example.com. If you'd like more information then just drop Ben an email with your question instead. We look forward to hearing from you!
Meet the people
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