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.
The Salvation Army has expanded its chaplaincy ministry at Glasgow Airport by appointing a new officer to serve alongside current chaplain Commissioner Keith Banks.
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.
MP for South West Bedfordshire – Andrew Selous – met with a church leader providing support to boat dwellers across the country as part of the Waterways Chaplaincy on Friday.