London North East Divisional Headquarters Adult & Family Ministries Tea Party, Thursday 27th June 2013, 2.00 pm– 4.00 pm, Colchester Citadel Hall, (Butt Road, Colchester, Essex CO3 3DA) We are really looking forward to our Tea Party Season and do hope that you are able to join us. It will be a great opportunity to meet in friendship and fellowship with each other and our invited guests. The speaker at this event will be Major Anne Read, Anti-trafficking Response Coordinator from Territorial Headquarters. We will share a time of worship, reflection and teaching from the word together and then, as the name suggests, there will be an opportunity to share 'high tea'. We invite those coming to bring a cup and saucer or, if they wish, a mug, that means something to them as there will be opportunity to share around the table. We do hope that you share our enthusiasm for this event and will take up the invitation to join us. Spaces are limited, and early booking is encouraged! Tickets are £5.00 each. To book, please fill in the booking form below and return it to DHQ, Maldon Road, Hatfield Peverel, Essex CM3 2HS by Thursday 6th June 2013. God Bless Adult and Family Ministry Team Adult & Family Ministries Tea Party Booking Form
Colchester 27th June 2013
Corps Number of tickets required, priced at £5.00 each Payment details: We no longer require cheques to be sent to DHQ with the ticket order, but we will require the details of which account the money is to be transferred from.
Payment to come from account name: account number: Signed Corps Officer Signed Section Leader / Corps Treasurer Date
London North East Divisional Headquarters, Maldon Road, Hatfield Peverel, Essex CM3 2HS Tel: 01245 383001 Web: www.salvationarmy.org.uk/lne
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