Maidenhead Church & Community Centre
We exist to worship God; to communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ; to bring people into a relationship with Him by the power of the Holy Spirit and to reach out to the community through a caring ministry.
Where we are
Corps Sergeant Major
Acting Over-60 Club Secretary
Young People's Sergeant Major
Assistant Recruiting Sergeant
Major Maureen Wiffin
Pastoral Care Representative
Christmas 2023 at Maidenhead Salvation Army
Celebrate with us as we sing Christmas carols, enjoy Christmas music and activities, and look at Isaiah 9:6 and the titles given to the Christ child that Isaiah prophesied would come.
Worship Meetings & Carol Services
We have Advent worship meetings at 10:30am on Sundays 3 & 17 December, a Young People's Carol Service at 10:30am on Sunday 10 December followed by a pre-booked Christmas lunch, Carols by Candlelight at 5:00pm on Sunday 17 December, a more informal Christmas Eve worship meeting at 10:30am, and a relaxed Christmas Day worship meeting at 10:00am.
Carol Playing & Singing
You will also find us out and about playing and singing carols in the local area over Christmas, including:
Sunday 26 November - 2:00-3:00pm - The Lexicon, Bracknell
Saturday 2 December - 10:30am-1:00pm - Maidenhead Town Centre
Saturday 9 December - 10:30am-1:00pm - The Lexicon, Bracknell
Saturday 16 December - 10:30am-1:00pm - Marlow Town Centre
Saturday 23 December - 10:30am-1:00pm - The Lexicon, Bracknell
Come and say hello and request your favourite carol!
Be a Star and Donate a Gift This Christmas
The Christmas Present Appeal is open in Maidenhead from Monday 13 November until Friday 8 December 2023. We are unable to accept donations after this date as we need time to distribute the presents. Our hall will be open from 9:30am to 12:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays to accept donations.
We are collecting new unwrapped toys and gifts for children who might not otherwise receive a Christmas present. The gifts will then be wrapped and distributed to those in need. We believe every child deserves a new gift at Christmas so we are unable to take used or second hand items for the Christmas Present Appeal. Here are some suggestions of gifts to donate:
0-3 years: dolls, teddy bears, cot mobiles, baby clothes, bath toys, CDs of suitable music and nursery rhymes, puzzles
3-5: dolls and action figures, cars, lorries, DVDs and CDs (music and nursery rhymes), colouring sets, pencils, crayons, books, puzzles
5-9: educational games & toys, stationery (colouring sets, pencils, crayons, school sets), CDs & family friendly DVDs, books, puzzles, wordsearch, crosswords
9-12: games and toys, stationery, CDs, DVDs, books, T-Shirts, hair accessories, gloves, scarves, hats
13-16: CDs, DVDs, books, make-up and toiletries (please try to ensure non-allergic ingredients if possible), gloves, scarves, hats, T-Shirts, hair accessories
Over the years, millions of children and young people have benefitted from gifts donated to The Salvation Army. By giving a gift to our Christmas Present Appeal you can make a real difference in someone’s life at Christmas. Thank you for thinking of us and those we help, especially at this time of year.
If you would prefer to make a financial donation to help our work in the community of Maidenhead, then please scan the QR code below or click the Make a Christmas Donation button.
We know that many generous people are willing to offer their time to volunteer with us over the Christmas period, especially on Christmas Day.
Unfortunately in Maidenhead, we do not have any need of help around Christmas Day, although this is for the good reason that those we work with in the local area all have family or friends they are going to be with over this period.
Thanks for thinking of us and for being willing to volunteer at this special time of year.
We understand that a Salvation Army Band or Choir can enhance your Christmas event, and we love to help out where we can.
However, both our Band and Choir are made of Salvation Army volunteer members, most of whom work in the day, and so our engagements are often confined to evenings or weekends.
On top of that, our Band and Choir get booked up for Christmas events very early in the year, and so are unable to accept any further engagements for 2023.
Thank you for your understanding.
Details of Upcoming Special Events will be posted here.
Our usual opening hours are:
CLOSED except for special events
However, please note that it is not always possible to be open at these times. If you want to be sure, please call us on 01628 625914.
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10:30-11:45 SUNDAY CELEBRATION MEETING (except 2nd Sunday in month - see below)
Featuring songs, music, prayer, something for the children and positive, practical, encouraging teaching from the Bible
10:30-11:30 2ND SUNDAY CELEBRATION (2nd Sunday in month)
Worship in a more relaxed, lighter style, featuring songs, prayer, activities and a short, positive, practical, encouraging thought from the Bible
You can join our Worship every Sunday LIVE on our Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/maidenheadcitadelsalvationarmy/live
Or you can catch up later on our YouTube Channel - www.youtube.com/channel/UCHyDHiaWEg-ww8RbWGTgjkQ
11:00-12:00 SUNDAY'S KOOL (school term time, except 2nd Sunday in month)
Fun, Bible-based activities for tots to 11’s
11:45-12:30 APPROX. COFFEE & CHAT (except 2nd Sunday in month)
Join with us after worship and catch up with friends
12:00-13:30 APPROX. CHURCH LUNCH (2nd Sunday in month)
Join us for food and friendship following our 2nd Sunday Celebration
12:15-12:45 YOUNG PEOPLE'S SINGING COMPANY REHEARSAL (school term time, except 2nd Sunday in month)
You can also catch up with Captain Rob's Bible Messages via podcast. Head to battlereadysermons.podbean.com for more details and to subscribe to the podcast wherever you get your podcasts or via the Battlefield Resources Facebook page - www.facebook.com/battlefieldresources. Like the page and get a notification when a new sermon drops or sign up to be sent an email - eepurl.com/h2FPND. You can even listen below:
Welcome to Battle Drill, a weekday devotional from Captain Rob of The Salvation Army. Join us as we share hope and encouragement as we read and study the Bible together.
There's a new episode of Battle Drill Devotional every Monday through Friday.
Click on the link - https://linktr.ee/battlefieldresources - to listen, watch or subscribe to this podcast.
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09:30-12:30 TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Hub Community Café @ Maidenhead Salvation Army
Pop in for a coffee, cake and a chat. Open to all, you would be assured of a warm welcome!
19:30-21:00 GROWTH GROUP ONLINE
Join us as we study and discuss God's Word together in a relaxed atmosphere, via Zoom
Join our Zoom Meeting at https://us06web.zoom.us/j/93963988634?pwd=L2JsNzRtc21ORndNL2RFRyt6RDAxZz09
Meeting ID: 939 6398 8634
19:00-20:15 SONGSTERS REHEARSAL
20:30-21:45 BAND REHEARSAL
09:30-10:00 PRAYER TIME
Join us as we pray for each other, our community and the world
10:00-17:00 CRAFT DAY (1st Saturday in month)
Join us as we enjoy several crafts. Bring your own packed lunch
Other events as advertised
You can join us live for Sunday Worship on YouTube each week. Head over to our channel - www.youtube.com/@maidenheadsalvationarmy and Subscribe and you will be notified when we go Live on Sunday morning, shortly before 10:30am. Or head on over to the Channel on Sunday morning and the Live video should appear at the top of the Page.
If you're unable to join us in-person on Sunday morning, then we look forward to you joining us this way instead.
Worship Today – 3 December 2023
Advent Sunday Celebration @ 10:30am.
Led by Capt. Rob Westwood Payne.
Followed by refreshments in The Hub.
3pm – Carols in the Quad – All Saints Church, Maidenhead
4pm & 6pm Light up a Life – Thames Valley Hospice
Next Sunday – 3 December 2023
Young People's Carol Service @ 10:30am.
Led by Young People's Sergant Major Taryn Parker
Followed by refreshments in The Hub.
Followed by Corps Christmas Lunch
This Week (commencing 27 November 2023)
6:00-6:30pm. Community Kitchen
9:30am-12:30pm. Hub Community Café
7:30-8:30pm. Growth Group online
9:30am-12:30pm. Hub Community Café
7:00pm-8:15pm. Songster Practice
9:30am-10:00am. Boiler Room Prayer Time in Our Quiet Room and online
10:30am-1:00pm. Band Carolling at The Lexicon, Bracknell
Boiler Room – Powerhouse
In January 2024, the Territorial Prayer Initiative will be launched. It will be based on the Boiler Room principle - that our prayer warriors and their prayers are the powerhouse of the corps and the driving force behind all we do.
You are welcome to join us in our hybrid Boiler Room Prayer Meeting every Friday between 9:30am-10:00am in-person in the Prayer Room or online via Zoom - the link is
or use the Meeting ID and Passcode on the poster. Even if you are at work and can listen in but can't participate by speaking, you can still pray! I will be providing subjects each week for us to pray for, based on our mission and ministry and what is going on around us.
There is a Prayer Requests box on Reception (along with Prayer Request notepads) for use by corps members and hopefully, others who come into the Hall. We will pray those requests on a Friday morning too (unless they are marked Confidential for the CO only). Please do take advantage of this when it becomes available. We need to pray for each other! (as I know many of us do).
Please take note that there are events within the region and within the UK that are open to all. Please check out the noticeboard for details.
Online Growth Group
An opportunity for you to join or re-join the Growth Group online. It’s a great place to be on a Wednesday evening! Join us at 7:30pm on Zoom at https://us06web.zoom.us/j/93963988634?pwd=L2JsNzRtc21ORndNL2RFRyt6RDAxZz09 or at https://join.zoom.us
Meeting ID: 939 6398 8634
Everyone is welcome. You don't have to have been to Growth Group online before, and you don't need to be a member of Maidenhead Salvation Army.
Christmas Carolling 2023 - collectors needed.
With the Christmas carolling period fast approaching, we are in need of collectors for the 4 x Saturday stands, Paddington Station. If you are able to help, then please add your names to the sign-up sheets on the noticeboard in The Hub. Many thanks.
Funds raised through Carolling 2023.
Thank you to all involved in last Sunday’s Carolling at The Lexicon, Bracknell.
We collected £162.15.
Official welcome to new territorial leaders announced
Commissioners Paul and Jenine Main will be installed as Territorial Commander and Territorial Leader for Leader Development, respectively, on 21st January 2024 by General Lyndon Buckingham and Commissioner Bronwyn Buckingham. Colonels Peter and Julie Forrest will also be welcomed as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Leader Development during the meeting at Regent Hall Corps. Booking is essential to attend or you can stream the welcome online
CSCI Youth Gathering
The first ever CSCI Youth Gathering will take place on Saturday 20th January 2024 from 10am-6pm at Reading Central. It promises to be a great day for our young people (aged 11-25) so please do encourage them to go. Here’s a taster of what promises to be a great day.
- 10AM ‘BREAKFAST- Ice breaker games.
- Time of worship – This will include opportunity to break into groups by age groupings.
- Lunch - Pizza
- After lunch there will be a range of activities. (These will include Mixed Vocals, Worship group, Sports, Art/Craft, Prayer Zone.
- Break Time – about 4pm before final worship together & home @ 6pm.
As a team we want to make space for our young people, giving them the opportunity during the day for feedback on what they would like to see for the Division. We want to be really tuning in and being ‘with’ our young people & are looking forward to our first youth event for the new Division.
Volunteer Shopper Request.
Since moving to High Wycombe, a gentleman, David, in his seventies has visited DHQ. He is disabled and uses a portable oxygen supply. He can no longer manage our stairs and on previous visits we have taken chairs to the ground floor of DHQ to meet and chat with him there. His health has worsened and yesterday he was unable to leave his car so we chatted through his car window.
Up until July, the CO at High Wycombe visited his home in Bourne End approximately once a month, collected a shopping list and did his shopping (David pays for his own shopping and I believe contributes towards petrol as well). Now that High Wycombe is unofficered David has contacted other groups to help him, and although he has had some response, it hasn’t really resolved his problem. e.g. the local Tesco have a Community Champion where David can sit in their café and they will get someone to run around and pick his shopping and then help load into his car but unfortunately, David isn’t able to physically carry the shopping from his car into his house.
Please can I ask if you have anyone at the corps, maybe someone in the Bourne End area, who might be able to offer this sort of voluntary help for David? If anyone is able to offer some help, or you would like more information, please speak with Capt. Rob who can forward David’s contact details to you, (via DHQ).
Driver required for disabled lady.
We have been contacted by Paul Langford, who’s late mum, Patricia Langford, used to worship with us after moving to the Maidenhead area from Spain. Paul’s sister, Jil Langford is disabled and looking for a driver a couple of times per week. She lives in Old Windsor and visits Aylesbury every other week for Physiotherapy, which is around a 5 hour return trip. Plus some local driving, maybe once or twice per week.
The pay is £15 per hour which can be paid to the individual or the church as required. She has her own vehicle for all trips.
If you are able to help, or would need more information, please speak to Capt. Rob who can put you in contact with Paul.
The local council have a table in Bakedd, the Artisan Bakery and Café in Maidenhead, where people can go and know that people will be happy to chat with each other for an hour!
The idea is to bring people together around a table for a coffee or tea, in the hope of making new friends.
Each Talkin' Table is hosted for just an hour. The tables are free for anyone to join; people need to buy their own coffee and snacks. The host welcomes people to the table and is there as a friendly face. Who knows what can happen from there?
It is aimed at encouraging new friendships as one of the newest initiatives in the battle to beat loneliness. Grant Oliver my co-host says “We don’t want people waking up and thinking, ‘Oh no, not another day on my own’ - we want them to be able to decide to go and find a Talking Table.
Our club has taken the lead from Marjorie’s initiative...
As the founder of Talkin’ Tables, Marjorie launched her first Table in Chorley, Lancashire in July 2021. After the long isolation caused by COVID-19, Marjorie hoped to tempt the residents of Chorley to venture out to have more face-to-face contact.
So, she invented the simple concept of Talkin’ Tables. The success of the venture surprised even her.
Chorley, where Marjorie started “Talkin” now has over 20 tables, and nationally there are over 71 including the one in Maidenhead.
The idea is taking off. Some ‘tables’ have become established friends, organised outings, events and even gone on cruises together. So please help me to get the word out and get people to give it a try?
Hosts: Edward Piekut & Grant Oliver.
Tuesdays 3:30pm until 4:30pm Bakked - 1a High St, Maidenhead SL6 1JN.
Dates for the Diary …
3 December - 3:00-4:00pm. Band Carol Service at Carols in the Quad, All Saints' Church, Maidenhead
3 December - 4:00pm & 6:00pm. Band at Light Up a Life Remembrance Services, Thames Valley Hospice
9 December - 10:30am-1:00pm. Carolling in The Lexicon, Bracknell
10 December - 10:30-11:45am. Young People's Carol Service followed by pre-booked Christmas Lunch
16 December - 10:30am-1:00pm. Carolling in Marlow Town Centre
17 December - 5:00-6:15pm. Carols by Candlelight
19 December - 7:00-8:00pm. Band at Carols in the Garden, St. Mary's Church, Maidenhead
20 December - 1:00-6:00pm. Carolling at Paddington Station
23 December - 10:30am-1:00pm. Carolling in The Lexicon, Bracknell
24 December - 10:30-11:45am. Christmas Eve Celebration
25 December - 10:00-10:45am. Christmas Day Celebration
31 December - 10:30-11:45am. New Year's Sunday Celebration led by Major Maureen Wiffin
As we enter into the Advent season, we are focusing on Isaiah's prophecy that called for the people to anticipate a person who would bring about foundational hope for the world. This person, the Messiah, would not only be a King but also a Wonderful Counsellor and the embodiment of all the titles of Christ.
Isaiah's prophecy reminds us that God is the ultimate King, ruling over all creation with wisdom and authority. In this season of Advent, let us remember that Jesus, the Son of God, came into the world to establish his Kingdom and bring hope to all who believe in him.
The birth of Jesus at Christmas is the fulfilment of Isaiah's prophecy. He is the Wonderful Counsellor, guiding us with his love, mercy, and grace. In him, we find comfort and wisdom for every situation we face. As we celebrate his birth, let us seek his counsel and allow his light to shine through us.
Understanding Jesus as the one who is fully capable of leading and ruling the world is critical to our faith. He governs with justice, righteousness, and love. His leadership is not limited to a specific time or place but extends to every aspect of our lives. We can have confidence that he will continue to govern in this way forever.
During this Advent season, let us reflect on the hope we have in the Messiah. May we anticipate his coming with joy and expectation. And as we celebrate Christmas, let us remember that Jesus is the King who brings hope, the Wonderful Counsellor who guides us, and the embodiment of all the titles of Christ.
This Advent, may the hope of the Messiah fill our hearts and overflow into the world around us.
This week on the Battle Drill Daily Devotional Podcast, we explore the wisdom that Jesus, our Wonderful Counsellor, gives us. Each weekday we share hope and encouragement as we read and study the Bible together.
- Monday 4 December - Bible Verses About God's Plan
- Tuesday 5 December - Depending on God's Wisdom: The Key to a Blessed Life
- Wednesday 6 December - Finding True Wisdom in the Word of God
- Thursday 7 December - Finding Wisdom in Times of Crisis
- Friday 8 December - The True Measure of Wisdom: Relationships and Character
There's a new episode of Battle Drill Devotional every Monday through Friday. You can pick a copy of this week’s up from Reception. Click on the link - https://linktr.ee/battlefieldresources - to listen, watch or subscribe to the podcast. You can even listen to it three times a day on Salvationist Radio!
Rob Westwood-Payne MCMI MIoL
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Territorial Prayer Network - Points for prayer
Major Gary Lacey (Territorial Prayer Network Co-ordinator)
Advent is a time of expectancy and anticipation of Jesus’ birth. What a comfort, what a joy! From whatever angle we approach Advent, whether prophetically or maybe hopefully, theologically or even expectantly, God’s comfort and joy remain fixed and available.
This Advent focus will be based around the old English carol ‘God rest you merry, gentlemen’ (The Salvation Army’s Christmas Collection 33) also known as ‘Tidings of comfort and joy’. The song is said to have its origins in an early anonymous manuscript dating from the 1650s. We will approach this focus in the spirit of intercession and use it to pray for others in the knowledge that they will receive comfort and joy direct from the Saviour this Christmas.
Ancient truths and modern times
Sunday 3 December – ‘God rest you merry, gentlemen, let nothing you dismay’
Read Deuteronomy 31:8. Father in Heaven, we recognise your birth as a symbol of your total care for humanity. While dismay comes to us all and seeps into our lives often quietly, sometimes abruptly, thank you that we can rest and not be dismayed in the power of your love. I bring myself, my family, my friends and my community before you, especially those who do not feel at rest and are experiencing dismay just now. Bless them with assurance of your reality and bring them comfort and joy in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Monday 4 December – ‘For Jesus Christ, our Saviour, was born upon this day’
Read Isaiah 9:6-7. Saviour, as we remember your birth on Christmas Day and lead up to our celebration of it, help us to remember this event as fact and truth. We want the world to know the truth in our times and the times to come, and we bring to you those who don’t know who you are or have stepped out of a relationship with you. May there be a shift in awareness of the truth that you were born to save us all, and we pray that the world may know you fully. Amen.
Tuesday 5 December – ‘To save us all from Satan’s power when we were gone astray’
Read 2 Timothy 4:18. Jesus, my protector, thank you that you save us all from the power that Satan tries to wield over this world. We want to bring to you all those who are trapped in this abhorrent power. Help them to encounter your ultimate spiritual power by turning to you. We bring before you those in our world who need you desperately. We pray for an amazing turnaround in their lives, a power shift of epic proportions! In Jesus’ name. Amen.
Wednesday 6 December – ‘Tidings of comfort’
Read Psalm 23:4. Oh, my amazing comforter, I love you more than words will allow me to express. We acknowledge that the word ‘tidings’ means information and news, so we celebrate the spectacular news that you came to bring comfort. I bring all the uncomfortable situations that come to my mind right now before you, both in my life and in the lives of others and ask that your comfort will envelope us like a blanket of spiritual warmth. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
Thursday 7 December – ‘Tidings of comfort and joy’
Read Psalm 47:1. Father, thank you for the joy you bring to our lives. Thank you that we can access your joy and experience it in full. I pray for all those who are sad; bless them with a smile today. Lord, shower us with your Spirit of joy as we focus on you. Amen.
Friday 8 December - Praise of the coming Saviour
‘How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!”’ (Isaiah 52:7). Lord God, we praise you for blessing us with your presence in the world. Amen.
Saturday 9 December
Take time today to sit in silence, to find somewhere quiet and minimise distraction around you. Allow the Spirit of God to lay on your heart the names of people who need prayer in these days. Get a pen ready and write down the names. Once you have done this and prayed, keep the list for tomorrow.
Our Christian faith encourages us to do what we can to support those in need in our community:
18:00-18:30 Community Kitchen
Drop in for hot food, fresh fruit and drink. Available to the homeless and those in need.
12:30-13:00 Community Kitchen
Drop in for hot food, fresh fruit and drink. Available to the homeless and those in need.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SOME FRIDAY MORNINGS
We are usually open 09:30-12:30 and can assist with food parcels, some clothing and issue Foodshare Maidenhead vouchers.
Most of the food we provide to people is donated by you, so your donation is vital to our work. You can donate dried and tinned goods such as cereal, soup, pasta, rice, tinned vegetables, tinned fruit, pasta sauces, tinned meat, tea, coffee, biscuits and UHT milk or non-food items such as toiletries and hygiene products at our Hall in East Road, SL6 1PJ, usually every Tuesday and Thursday between 9:30am-12:30pm. If you want to ensure we are open, please call 01628 625914.
Thank you for supporting us.
LAST FRIDAY IN THE MONTH (EXCEPT AUGUST & DECEMBER)
09:30-12:00 CHARITY POP-UP SHOP
Tons of NEW CLOTHES WITH TAGS, VINTAGE, Preloved, TOYS, Games, Bric-à-brac, Books, DVDs and MORE - You can buy teas, coffee and cake
FREE ENTRY & FREE PARKING
You can donate good quality clothes and accessories, linens such as curtains and fabrics, homeware such as bric-a-brac and kitchen items, books, CDs, DVDs or toys at our Hall in East Road, SL6 1PJ, on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9:30am-12:30pm. If these times are not convenient, please call 01628 625914 to make an appointment.
We can also accept old clothing, footwear, bags, belts, towels, bed linen, blankets and sleeping bags for textile recycling.
We are unable to take large furniture, electrical items, duvets, quilts or pillows.
Please be considerate of our neighbours by not leaving donations outside of our building when it is closed.
A collection service is available on request ONLY for those unable to travel to our building.
People who freely give of their time and talents to us make a huge contribution to the work we do.
In terms of community work, we have a Community Kitchen that requires volunteers on Sundays (after our church worship meeting) from around 12 noon to 1:30pm and on Mondays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm.
We also run a Hub Community Cafe on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with volunteers working from around 9:15am to 12:45pm.
If you are interested in either of these opportunities, then please email us at email@example.com, and if we have any current vacancies we'll arrange a time for you to come in and have a chat with me.
We value diversity and encourage volunteers of all ages and abilities from all sections of the community. However, we can only accept applications from prospective volunteers who live in the UK and Ireland and have the right to work and/or volunteer in the UK and Ireland.
Unfortunately we don’t offer sponsorship for voluntary roles.
Maidenhead Salvation Army offers a great location and comprehensive facilities at surprising rates. If you're looking for a conference venue, rehearsal rooms, a concert hall or meeting room, whether for a one-off event or for a regular activity, Maidenhead Salvation Army could be just what you need. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking enquiries.
- Central Maidenhead location
- 150 Seated Auditorium
- 100 Seated Community Room
- Meeting Rooms
- Full In-House Audio-Visual facilities
- Grand Piano
- Excellent Acoustics
- Coffee Hub
Our current charges are:
- Main Hall (seats around 130 people with access to a stage/lectern, sound and multimedia equipment): £25.00 per hour.
- Community Hall (seats up to 60 people, tables available): £20.00 per hour.
- Prayer/Quiet Room (for one-on-one meetings): £15.00 per hour.
- Kitchen (counter top boiler, oven, microwave, crockery and cutlery available): £5.00 per hour (please bring own food and drink).
- Toilet facilities (included disabled toilet): Included.
As you may know, a Salvation Army Hall is primarily a church for the worship of God and as such, all activities conducted must be in accordance with Salvation Army principles and policies, in particular: no alcohol, smoking, gambling or similar activities. Please confirm your proposed hire of our premises does not include these activities.
If you would like to look round, then please let me know. I am almost always available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings between 9:30am-12:30pm but can also meet by appointment at other times.
If you wish to proceed, then the next step will be for me to draw up a Licence Agreement (a legally binding contract that protects the interests of both parties) in the name of an individual or company in respect of your group for signature prior to the event.
The Salvation Army works with some of the most vulnerable people in society. As we face the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, people on the margins need us now more than ever.
From running food banks and checking up on people who live alone, to offering counselling and supporting NHS isolation units, The Salvation Army is responding to the crisis in dozens of different ways.
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