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August 2013

August 14th 2013
| by LJ

This year more than ever The Salvation Army needs your help to raise vital funds for the Big Collection for people in need to support its diverse programme of life-changing social & community work.

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August 13th 2013
| by Joss
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Our inspirational Care Home residents Fred, Helen and Doris tell us what life is like living at a Salvation Army Care Home.

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August 9th 2013
| by Gaby
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After several days of prayer, reflection and wide consultation with a number of senior leaders, I have decided to appoint Commissioner William Roberts as Chief of the Staff, effective 1 October 2013.  Commissioner Nancy Roberts is appointed as World Secretary for Women’s Ministries.

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August 9th 2013
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army joins Christian churches in sending greetings of peace and prayers for God’s blessing on our Muslim neighbours on the occasion of ‘Id ul-Fitr (Eid).

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August 8th 2013
| by Joss

More than 100 young people at a Salvation Army Summer Camp in Perth proved you don’t need alcohol to have a good time as they enjoyed a refreshing ‘mocktail’ hour.

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August 5th 2013
| by Joss
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In a day-trip explicitly designed to provide an adventurous day-out, around eighty people from low-income south Leeds communities including Beeston and Hunslet together conquered Wales’ highest summit.

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August 3rd 2013
| by Gaby
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The Salvation Army United Kingdom with Ireland welcomes General André Cox as The Salvation Army's new international leader and 20th General.

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August 3rd 2013
| by Jo
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The 2013 High Council is now in its closing stages, with voting underway. We anticipate news from the High Council chamber in the next few hours.

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August 2nd 2013
| by Joss
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Born while our Founder, General William Booth led the Army, Colonel Nimmo has also lived through two world wars, the election of 24 Prime Ministers, and seen five Monarchs on the throne.

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August 1st 2013
| by Joss

If you walk through Hull today, a cornerstone of its history lies hidden. Beyond the Designer Clothes shops and their Photoshop-festooned fronts promising a better life.

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