The leader of Greenford Salvation Army is looking forward to her second Torch Relay experience when the famed emblem makes its way through her area tomorrow (24th July) from 4:30pm.
Envoy Kath Davison and members of her church will be distributing copies of The War Cry on Kensington Road, Greenford is the torch makes its way to Uxbridge.
A well-loved Salvation Army major, who works tirelessly to help her local community in Bournemouth, carried the Olympic Torch through Corfe Castle in Dorset.
A brass band, made up of 20 musicians from the Canonmoor Street church, is to play during the day at the King George V Playing Fields, near St Martin’s Avenue, Hereford. The band will play two half-hour sets, from 11.30am – noon and 1pm – 1.30pm.
This month marks the anniversary of the founding of The Salvation Army by William and Catherine Booth on the streets of the East End of London in 1865.
Portraits - a month in the life of The Salvation Army is a new book that offers a fascinating insight into the life and mission of The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland today.
The Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) that initially covers south Yarmouth, will see a host of agencies including police, trading standards, the borough council, schools, stores including Tesco and Asda, and The Salvation Army join together to focus their efforts on the problem of alcohol abuse.
A woman who is ‘mum’ to South London’s gang members and a homeless man who is turning his life around are among many honoured at The Salvation Army's annual social services awards for giving their all to help others get their life back.
Officers and volunteers have spent Christmas and the New Year handing out 40,000 Christmas presents to needy children and serving up over 17,500 hot dinners to older people.
The Salvation Army has responded to a call for help from Oxford Homeless Pathways (OxHoP) to help bring some warmth to people without their own home this Christmas.