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Pill Salvation Army is a prayer beacon - one of only two in the UK. On Friday (September 13) the corps held a prayer for a day event
The Salvation Army in Harrow is set to re-open this month after an extensive refurbishment and the Army is looking for the people of Harrow to tell them how the church can best help the community.
An exciting new venture is increasingly taking Christians out of their usual comfort zone of church building or Army hall to do just that – and the idea is so simple, it’s working!
The Salvation Army in Chesterton, Newcastle, has launched a new allotment, which will grow vegetables that can be used for the benefit of the local community.
A Salvation Army church has bought a new clothes bank to help make it easier for people in Uxbridge to help those in need in their community.
A Salvation Army homeless centre has installed a new chaplain to provide a listening ear and pastoral support to the homeless men who pass through its doors.
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.
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.
At one Lifehouse in Accrington, young people who have nowhere else to go are learning the value, at this crucial point in life, of making a positive choice at their own crossroads.