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The festival will be the start of the centenary celebrations for St Thomas' as a church as it had previously been used as a mission church by the Church Army.
Byline: GEMMA JALEEL A MERSEYSIDE grandad has credited the Church Army - which is its celebrating 130 years anniversary - with changing his life.
Its influence was felt in the Church of England as seen in the foundation of the Church Army in 1882.
He was commissioned in the Church Army of Canada in 1937 and became an ordained Anglican minister in 1949, after graduating from Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.
Mother-of-two Jade Watson, 44, met Daniel Thornton while working at the jail for the Church Army - an evangelical Church of England group.
CAPTION(S): BREAKING BARRIERS Dr John Sentamu with Captain Simon Cake of the Church Army.
Solace was founded by Ms Sanderson, of the Church Army, and James Karran, a Baptist minister, in 2007, with the aim of making church more accessible for young people.
Arthur, born in 1936, left Yarrabah at the age of 16 to attend the Church Army College near Newcastle.