We have received news of Commissioner (Dr) Harry Williams’ recent promotion to Glory.
Heckmondwike Salvation Army preschool marked the end of term and the start of a new chapter with a day of community fun.
A Salvationist whose father sold the War Cry in Belfast has met a group of Norwegians who struck up a friendship with her dad over 40 years ago.
A former traditional cabinet maker is using the skills he honed during his working life to repay the support of The Salvation Army.
As The Salvation Army remembers those who lost their lives in this genocide, we remember the journey of Dutch Salvation Army minister Lieut-Colonel Alida Bosshardt, who fled occupying German forces in The Netherlands to protect the scores of Jewish children in her care.
At the heart of Aberdeen's Granite City is The Salvation Army's historic church. And yesterday the corps marked the retirement of one of its much-loved staff members Margaret Ross.
A chaplain for our homelessness services in Edinburgh has brought the curtain down on 50 years of service.
Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Nimmo passed away on 3rd June having served as a Salvation Army officer for 86 years. He was the oldest Salvation Army officer in the United Kingdom.
Keith Young, who is workshop supervisor for Ilford’s Recycles social enterprise project, has been nominated for a Guardian Sustainable Business award in the Unsung Hero of the Year category.
Two Salvationists are among 178 local unsung heroes to receive Maundy money from the Queen at the special Royal Maundy service at Sheffield Church of England Cathedral today, 2 April 2015.