Maidstone Table Tennis
Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community
7pm Prayer Meeting
Dates are when Living Word Bible Study meets
1:30pm - 2:30pm Home League
Service for Ladies of all ages
1:30pm - 2:30pm Over 60's Group
Open to all Ladies and Gentlemen
C.A.M.E.O. Coffee and Crafts
C.A.M.E.O. Coffee and Crafts
which is held each Wednesday from 9am until 12 noon. Bring your own crafts (knitting, patchwork, card making etc) and come and join us for coffee and a chat and/or to share with others in our craft time.
Also at C.A.M.E.O. we would like to introduce our new:
Would you like to paint in a friendly atmosphere with tea and coffee provided? If so, why don't you join our art group, Art Together? This is also held each Wednesday, but from 10am until 12 noon. For a donation of £1.00 you may use the materials provided, or you may bring your own paints, paper etc. If you require help or advice we have two artists who are willing to advise you.
For further information on these or any other events, please contact our Community Office on 08.
Large and small rooms available
Very competitive rates.
Town centre venue near good bus and train links.
Messy ChurchThe Salvation Army, 74-80 Union Street, Maidstone (ME14 1ED). This is a time for primary school aged children and their families to enjoy fun messy activities, a time of worship and share a meal together. Activities start at 4pm (the building will be open from 3.30pm if you wish to come straight from school) and the session will finish at 6pm. All this fun and a meal for only £3 per family. PLEASE NOTE: Children must be accompanied by a parent/carer throughout the event. Contact the Community Office on 08 or register on arrival.
Call the office on 08 for details please
Read our weekly for more upto date information about this week's activities, prayer requests, special events and contact details.
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.
When does the group meet?
The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday each month and are of mixed ages.
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. (08)
YouthAre 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 Friday evenings, during term time only, from 7-9pm. Cost of entry £1 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 08.
Maidstone SA borrowed the red emergency van from DHQ and served tea, coffee and squash. Under the shelter of the SA gazebo many leaflets, Kid’s Alive, balloons and sweets were handed out and much contact was made with the public and other organisations. One of our young adults Nathan Cripps was a real sport and certainly went the extra mile and dressed up in the Kids Alive mascot outfit, Patch the Dog and took part in a mascot race. During the day, despite very high temperatures, walked around the field meeting the children. A really great day for everyone.See also:
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