Salvation Army appoints captains

PUBLISHED: 15:52 12 August 2009 | UPDATED: 17:02 25 August 2010

TWO new leaders have been brought in to head up work done by the Salvation Army.

TWO new leaders have been brought in to head up work done by the Salvation Army.

The Welling branch officially welcomed captains Peter and Eileen West at the community church in the High Street last Sunday.

The couple, who used to run a driver training business, transferred from Dover where they were leaders after joining the Salvation Army in 1998.

Captain Peter West said: "We are delighted to be returning to work and live in an area that holds happy memories for us.

"We look forward to leading an established church as it seeks to meet the spiritual and physical needs of the people in Welling."

They have taken over from Major Ann-Marie Johnson who has moved to head up the Carshalton branch.


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