The world leader of the Salvation Army will visit East London this weekend (Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Salvation Army in Poplar.
Bloodshed, beatings and broken limbs, fireworks, gunshots and riots, are not things people associate with today’s well-respected Salvation Army.
View our photo archive showing The Salvation Army and their relief efforts in both the 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 world wars.
Salvation Army minister Major Marie Ozanne is to be recognised for her remarkable moral stance during the German Occupation of Guernsey, which ultimately may have cost her life.
Arbroath was the focus of an international celebration on Friday 21 September for one of the pioneers of The Salvation Army in United States, George Scott Railton.
Three charming Salvation Army sites are opening their doors to offer members of the public a chance to explore our remarkable work and learn more about our heritage.
On the 100th anniversary of the death of William Booth, social reformer and co-founder of The Salvation Army, the church and charity commissioned a YouGov survey looking at whether social issues for families have changed from those identified by The Salvation Army a century ago.
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.
A major piece of research has been launched to explore the different ways in which The Salvation Army has touched the lives of individuals and families over the past several decades.