Evening concert for Horsham Salvation Army’s 125th anniversary

Horsham Salvation Army Captains Ian and Sue Woodgate church secretary Margaret Feist celebrate the launch of the 125th anniversary celebrations
Horsham Salvation Army Captains Ian and Sue Woodgate church secretary Margaret Feist celebrate the launch of the 125th anniversary celebrations

AN EVENING of music is the latest in the series of celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of The Salvation Army in Horsham and Crawley this weekend.

At 6pm on Saturday April 21 the Chelmsford Salvation Army Songsters, one of the leading musical groups in The Salvation Army, will be performing a free concerts at the church’s Horsham centre on Booth Way.

Chelmsford Songsters have been singing Christian music since the 1890’s. They currently have about fifty members and represent a variety of occupations, taking an active part in the Christian ministry of the Corps (church).

Their mission is still to represent the good news of the gospel of Christ through their music and singing.

Entry is free and everyone is welcome to come along to The Salvation Army’s buildings at Booth Way/Depot Road, RH13 5PZ.

During the remainder of this anniversary year other planned events include visits from Salvation Army musical groups from across the country, including Bournemouth and in August the highly acclaimed Household Troops Band will be in Horsham for a weekend of concerts and celebrations.

Information about these and all events, which anyone is welcome to come along to, are posted on www.salvationarmy.org.uk/horsham and welcome to all.