A Salvation Army centre for homeless people in Bristol has carried home the cup after competing against dozens of teams from across the country.
Hundreds of people from The Salvation Army’s centres for homeless people will compete to carry home the cup next week on Thursday, October 9 for its annual five-a-side football tournament in Birmingham.
We have a great opportunity to have a television presence throughout next year, as The Salvation Army has been invited to be part of the new format BBC "Songs of Praise" television series.
All faiths united for a vigil around the Innocent Victims Memorial at Westminster Abbey, London, to show solidarity with the people of Iraq, affirming the message #WeAreAllHuman.
A team of volunteers is on hand to offer pastoral support and refreshments to music fans coming to this year’s 2014 Leeds Festival in Bramham Park.
The Salvation Army in Wales is this week celebrating its 140th anniversary by joining in the festivities at the National Eisteddfod.
On 2 July, The Salvation Army celebrates Founders' Day – remembering the incredible step of faith taken by William and Catherine Booth to set in motion what is now a truly international church and charity.
In remembering the disaster, we share survivor Kenneth McIntyre’s moving account that documents his decision to continue his journey to the Congress to represent his lost friends. His testimony is taken from an article printed in The Musician on 28 May 1960.
Biscuit king Boyd Tunnock CBE has paid tribute to a Salvation Army project in Greenock.