I think I am safe to say that our time at Regent Hall especially our participation in the March of Remembrance is considered to be a highlight for all the delegates of Session 211.  We were proud to be a part of this Army yet humbled by the respect shown to us by the people we marched past. We began our day with a march to the Open Air followed by a great meeting at the Corps.  It was a day full of blessings!

Marching to Open Air

In The Open Air

Morris leads in prayer at the Open Air

A little time to play before church

On the March of Remembrance

March of Remembrance

Flags at Remembrance

Later in the week we headed off to Hadleigh Farm to see what The Army is doing.  The short answer is making a difference in the lives of people.  A great facility and for most of us our first time to enjoy "Cream Tea." We had the opportunity to view the bicycle track which will be used for the upcoming Olympics while we were there too.

All Aboard - Riding through Hadleigh Farm to see the Bicycle Track