The Salvation Army today (Thursday 27 June 2013) released a report highlighting its progress in bringing people back into employment in the government’s Work Programme.
Norman Lamb MP, Minister for Care and Support, visited an award-winning Salvation Army older people’s home in Norfolk, which is helping residents lead fulfilling lives and ensuring they are treated with dignity and care in their final years.
The Salvation Army is a church and charity made up of officers (ministers of religion), employees, volunteers and members.
The leader of The Salvation Army in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland will make his first official visit to Northern Ireland for a busy weekend of celebrations.
Aspley Salvation Army has received an Outstanding classification from OFSTED following inspection of its After School Club in the town.
The Chief of the Staff, Commissioner André Cox, has summoned members of the High Council to meet on 29 July 2013 for the purpose of electing the 20th General of The Salvation Army.
MP’s will take to the field today (Tuesday 18 June) in a charity fun football game against staff and service users from The Salvation Army’s Booth House Lifehouse team.
Malcolm Chisholm MSP visited a Salvation Army home in Edinburgh that is enabling older people to have a greater quality of life in their later years on Monday 10 June.
Following a period of personal reflection and prayer, world leader of The Salvation Army, General Linda Bond, has come to a decision, effective 13 June 2013, to relinquish the Office of the General and enter into retirement.
General Linda Bond is entering into retirement with effect from 13 June.