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The Soldiers' & Airmen's Scripture Readers Association

Join us for Our Day

Our Day 2022

UPDATEOur Day will go ahead as planned.

Although some sporting and entertainment events have been cancelled as a mark of respect for Her Majesty The Queen, Our Day is neither and embodies an appropriate Christian Service. As the Queen was our Patron we believe it is fitting that we should give thanks for her service and encourage one another in the work which she supported, so please join us if you are able.

If you are able, please come along and join SASRA supporters, volunteers, Scripture Readers and HQ staff at High Cross Church in Camberley on Saturday 10th September as we gather together to worship the Lord, share food and fellowship, and celebrate all that the Lord has been doing in the British Armed Forces.

If you have a heart for the young people of the British Army and Royal Air Force, and want to know how you can help ensure they hear the gospel of the Lord Jesus, this is the perfect way to learn about how you can support that work.

Join us in-person or online as we celebrate the work the Lord is doing through SASRA.

ASR Lee McDade enjoys a second helping at Our Day

Small Change Big Difference

In addition to the normal collection, that will be taken during the service to support the work of SASRA, for those attending in person we will also be very happy to receive any change or foreign currency (change or notes) you might have at the Finance stand.  

Join in-person

Starts 14:00 at High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley, GU15 3SY – view map or visit their website.

Join online

The livestream will be available for chat from 15:45 ready for the service to start at 16:00 –

If you wish to follow the service please use the attached order of service.

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Mike leading soldiers in prayer during the ‘Interactive Worship Experience’ Easter event at the Jackson Club. © SASRA

Easter Reflection at the Jackson Club

As Easter approached, Scripture Reader Mike Blackstock made plans to host an Easter evening event for soldiers at the Jackson Club, to share with them the gospel and the hope that the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ brings.

ASR Patrick Steen gives a brief presentation at the Faith or Fake course at MOD Lyneham. © SASRA

My Job is to be a Christian

In September of last year, we announced the start of a new Scripture Reader, Patrick Steen. Patrick is now roughly halfway through his one-year theology course at Moorlands Bible College.

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