Sunday Service Recordings

Sunday Evening Service - 11th-November-2018


57:13 minutes (16.38 MB)

This evening's service will be led by Divisional Mission Enablers,
Majors Martin & Michelle Wheeler.


Sunday Morning Service - 11th-November-2018


0:47 minutes (279.45 KB)

This morning's Armistice meeting will be led by Divisional Mission Enablers
Majors Martin & Michelle Wheeler.


Sunday Evening Service - 4th-November-2018


27:34 minutes (9.47 MB)

The Bible reading and message this evening is brought to us by Paul Rivett.


Sunday Morning Service - 4th-November-2018


43:26 minutes (14.92 MB)

This morning's service will be led by Deputy Bandmaster John Pilborough and Songster Leader Neil Winton.


Sunday Morning Service - 28th-October-2018


41:14 minutes (14.16 MB)

This morning's service will be led by CSM John Ellitson and Captain Bill.
Bible Reading: Hebrews 4: v6-7
Theme: 'Superiority of Christ'


Sunday Morning Service - 21st-October-2018


24:00 minutes (8.25 MB)

This morning's service will be led by Captains Bill & Stephanie.
Theme: 'Superiority of Christ'


Sunday Morning Service - 14th-October-2018


17:50 minutes (6.13 MB)

This morning's service will be led by CSM John Ellitson.


Sunday Morning Service (Harvest Festival) - October-7th-2018


40:20 minutes (13.86 MB)

This morning's service will be led by Captains Bill & Stephanie.

(Until we have received clarification from THQ about our music licence, there will
be no music reproduced from the service)
 

 


Sunday Morning Service - September-30th -2018


81:23 minutes (27.95 MB)

This morning we welcome The International Staff Band led by Dr Stephen Cobb.
The message is brought to us by Major Noel Wright
Bible Rreading: Philippians 1: 9 - 10

 


Sunday Morning Service - September-23rd -2018


78:00 minutes (26.79 MB)

We welcome you this all-age Worship with the Youth of the Anglia Division.


The Salvation Army

Felixstowe Corps
Cobbold Road
Felixstowe
IP11 7EL
 
Tel: 01394 276502
 
Email: info@felixsa.org.uk
 

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Proverbs 15:1

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