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North Street Citadel provides practical and spiritual support. November 3, 2021 by Kristin Ostensen
Bermuda Salvationists provide meals and devotional messages to nurses during recent COVID surge.
Christmas dinners and gifts delivered to Forever Young Inside program participants. December 4, 2020 by Sharmila RasalingamOn November 24, The Salvation Army’s community and family services (CFS) in Mississauga, Ont., delivered Christmas dinners and gifts to 150 seniors, ages 60 and above, who are members of their Forever Young Inside (F.Y.I.) program.
Volunteers embody what it means to give hope today. August 17, 2020 By Leigha VeghWhen COVID-19 took the world by storm, the more than 130,000 Salvation Army volunteers continued serving on the front lines to bring necessities and hope to the most vulnerable across the Canada and Bermuda Territory.
It’s time to seize the opportunity for vision and hope. August 11, 2020 by Commissioner Floyd TiddOver these past months, we have watched our world, our communities, our families and The Salvation Army respond to the new realities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. May this be remembered as the season when we, in bold faith, embraced the God-given international vision for The Salvation Army and created the much-needed new playbook for the present and the emerging future.
Wearing a mask is a way to demonstrate love. August 7, 2020 by Darryn OldfordIf non-believers are out in the community wearing masks to protect the medically vulnerable and be good neighbours, why wouldn’t those of us who profess faith in God—a faith that calls us to love our fellow man?
We need to stay home, but home is not a safe place for everyone. August 6, 2020 by Captain Laura Van SchaickWhile we may all be facing the same storm, many are riding this out in vastly different boats—our homes. For some, those homes are not safe spaces.
General Brian Peddle provides COVID-19 update. August 5, 2020The Salvation Army continues to serve individuals, families and communities affected in numerous ways by coronavirus and the economic ramifications of control measures.
Salvation Army chaplains share how they're helping during the COVID-19 pandemic. August 5, 2020Spiritual care is central to the mission of The Salvation Army. Four chaplains, from a variety of ministry settings, share how they come alongside others, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed things.
When COVID-19's social distancing sent me into a tailspin, I fought back the only way I knew how. August 4, 2020 by Jeanette LevellieJeanette Levellie found her joy in the midst of COVID-19.
Six ways to worship without congregational music. July 28, 2020 by Craig Lewis
Congregational singing may be absent from our corporate worship for the immediate future. While there is no replacement for singing, there are certainly ways we can both augment our personal devotional time while allowing a different expression of worship to emerge.