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KILMINGTON:Salvation Army Band visit Kilmington

Thursday, 03 July 2014


THE Exeter Temple Band of the Salvation Army recently performed on a sunny day in Kilmington. The band played a selection of old and new songs and hymns in the Kilmington Vicarage Garden to an audience from both St Giles’ Church and the Baptist Church. The Reverend Anne Mills welcomed the band under the direction of Peter Woolway, and Maurice Hawker, a Temple member, led the service explaining that the song choices were a mixture from Kilmington residents and the Temple congregation. He introduced each song very meaningfully, and the 16 musicians provided a marvellous accompliment to some hearty singing by those present. With the sheep in the field alongside, a lovely view of the church and Axe Valley, it was an idyllic setting for a very memorable occasion. Pastor Darrell Holmes thanked the band on behalf of everyone present offering prayers for the work of the Salvation Army to whom the collection was donated.

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