The Salvation Army’s red shield canteen has been a fixture with Armed Forces personnel since the First World War. At Vimy Barracks, Majors Barrie and Maria Sampson are keeping the tradition of being available to provide support to new recruits.
A chaplain for our homelessness services in Edinburgh has brought the curtain down on 50 years of service.
One hundred years ago on Monday 4th August 1914 the UK and Ireland entered the First World War. While we remember those who lost their lives and fought in the conflict, The Salvation Army also pays tribute its volunteers.
The Salvation Army’s Airport Chaplain, Major Ian Field, has been experiencing Christmas at one of the UK’s busiest airports for nearly seven years.
The Salvation Army helped people get in the Christmas spirit as they headed off on their holidays from Heathrow Airport over the festive period with carol services involving a Salvation Army band, a choir and readings.
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.
We asked Salvationists and Salvation Army staff from all over the world along with our Facebook and Twitter community to reveal their exciting Christmas plans to us. Today Salvation Army Officer and Royal Air Force chaplain Chris Carré told us how will be spending Christmas.
As families and friends prepare to gather for the holidays, the last little bits on the Christmas shopping list are bought and the TV channels are laden with festive films, it is a hard to believe that the season celebrating the anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ is well and truly upon us yet again.
We borrowed a few minutes with the Salvationist and father-of-two to talk about his role as a RAF chaplain serving the military community through prayer, presence and proclamation.