The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church with social ministries
spanning the globe. Founded in 1865 by William Booth in London, England,
The Salvation Army challenged the complacency of Christian churches
by forging a tradition of compassionate response to the poor and disenfranchised
among us. Following the example of Christ, The Salvation Army believes
that worship, witness and service are inseparable. While church membership
is not a prerequisite for receiving services, all are encouraged and
welcome to attend our churches and to take part in our many spiritual
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a Salvation Army Church near you, simply refer to this list of church
locations. You are warmly invited to visit us for services on Sunday.
Or drop by any day of the week during hours of business to speak with
the Pastors (called Corps Officers) for information about ways to get
involved and learn more.
warmly invited to share with us your personal concerns so that we can
lift them up to God in prayer. Your identity will be kept in confidence
as your prayer request is shared during a weekly prayer session of Salvation
Army Officers and lay-staff. We are glad to serve you through the powerful
medium of prayer, and believe that God hears our every intercession
on your behalf.
does a person join The Salvation Army? While backgrounds may vary considerably,
Salvationists have one thing in common - they have met Jesus Christ
in a personal relationship. Some find Him through an unforgettable,
emotionally charged moment in their lives that results in radical change,
and others, find Him in the stillness or in a less spectacular and dramatic
moment of decision. To find a church location near you, or to learn
more about all facets of church life, click on the community nearest
you to call or email with questions, or consult our Links for additional
information on Salvation Army church doctrine.
Ministries: Click on any of these program names to retrieve a list
of locations where these ministries are available: