June 2018 Issue
Won't you be his neighbour? Mister Rogers' gentle faith is as radical today as it was when his TV show debuted in 1962:
At Bloor Central Corps' community meal, guests enjoy more than just delicious food. “They are like family and there will always be a place set at our table for our friends from the community,” says Mjr Doug Hammond:
"For me, that small cottage in Ontario was sacred land, a thin place—where heaven and earth meet and seem to touch." Lt Erin Metcalf reflects on the rest of summer.
A new Salvation Army project will supply LED lights and solar panels to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Details:
When the homeless population of Chilliwack, B.C., tripled in three years, The Salvation Army took action, building a fully functioning modular shelter that was ready for clients in just a few months: