Audiences will be able to donate to The Salvation Army at the Autumn 2016 season of ‘Twopence to Cross the Mersey’
Some of the best Salvation Army projects have taken centre stage during the visit of General André Cox to Scotland.
A reception to thank volunteers and helpers for their work during the exercise and their commitment to helping people across the country was held at our Church and charity's headquarters.
Our international leader will touch down in Inverness this weekend to celebrate one of the biggest ever gathering of Salvationists in the north of Scotland.
This year our Sheffield Citadel Band is celebrating 135 years in the city and is holding a number of events to mark the occasion including a festival performance led by internationally renowned American musician William Himes on Saturday 14th May 2016.
The wet weather did nothing to dampen The Salvation Army's efforts to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire as it passed the Southfield Road church over the weekend.
A new information station which includes a number of services such as an emergency food provision was launched on 25th April in the S20 postcode of Sheffield to offer practical help to some of the most vulnerable local people.
Last night (Thursday 21st April 2016), The Salvation Army lit a beacon to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday at Hendon Beach in Sunderland.
“I believe my problems stem from not talking – from bottling things up inside. I want to encourage men to talk when things might seem not to be going right."
A Salvation Army partnership with St Chad's Cathedral in Birmingham supporting destitute asylum seekers and refugees gave out 32,199 items of clothing last year to people in need.