link to annual change appointments for 2016

Historical Society


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The Salvation Army Historical Society (Canada and Bermuda) was inaugurated in 1986 to create and promote interest, on the part of both Salvationists and non-Salvationists, in the history of The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda Territory.

Membership is open to any person interested in the history of The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda. Membership fees are $10 per year for a single person and $15 per year for a family. For a membership application, please contact the Archives at 416-285-4344, or by e-mail.

There are four regularly scheduled Society meetings during the year, with presentations of Salvation Army interest, as well as various guest speakers.

The Society newsletter, ‘The Crest‘, is published three times a year and is sent to all Society members. Members may also avail themselves of free research services (up to four hours on a particular subject). Some restrictions will apply.

The Army in Miniature

The Army in Miniature

Salvationist Norman Cuthbert makes history—one metal figurine at a time.

Down to a Science

Down to a Science

On Earth Day, a biologist and Salvationist shares why she cares for creation.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Burn Notice

Burn Notice

Three ways to prevent spiritual exhaustion.

When the Shadows Lengthen

When the Shadows Lengthen

Death is not the last word.

Territorial News

Army Publications Win 21 Church Press Awards

Army Publications Win 21 Church Press Awards

Canadian Church Press recognizes Salvationist, Faith & Friends, Foi & Vie and Salvationist.ca

Annual Change 2016

Full listing of the annual appointment changes for Salvation Army officers in the Canada and Bermuda Territory. These appointments are effective July 1, 2016 (unless otherwise stated).

International News

Salvation Army Responds to Ecuador Earthquake

Salvation Army Responds to Ecuador Earthquake

Red Shield emergency response teams are in action across the affected region.

General Brings Encouragement to U.S.A. Southern Territory

General Brings Encouragement to U.S.A. Southern Territory

The ministry of The Salvation Army can give people “a life-changing hope,” says General André Cox.

Faith & Friends

Saved Twice

Saved Twice

The Salvation Army was there for me, body and soul.

Homeless No More

Homeless No More

Thanks to The Salvation Army, a Langley man now has a place to call his own.