How The Salvation Army shaped my town—and me.
by Colonel Genevera VincentFeatures
It was the fall of 1899 in my hometown of Monkstown—then known as Paradise Sound—a tiny, isolated community accessible only by boat in Newfoundland and Labrador. The town had no church building and no regular full-time minister. In faith, the men of the town built a church. They called it the “Whosoever House,” and they
Jillian Penney attends Vernon Community Church, B.C., where she is the children and youth co-ordinator and team lead for their neighbourhood outreach program. She also serves as a regional co-ordinator for the British Columbia Division’s youth department. This is the first article of a new series, where we will get to know Salvationists from across the territory.
A new sensory room at St. Thomas Citadel, Ont., is creating a more understanding church.
by Abbigail OliverFeatures
As a parent of a child with exceptional needs, Captain Tracy Savage, corps officer at St. Thomas Citadel and Community Ministries, Ont., set out to answer one question: “How do we, as pastors, allow for all families to worship with us in a way that is supportive and easy?” Attending regular services and engaging in church activities
The welcome to the 22nd General of The Salvation Army.
On Sunday, September 3, 2023, General Lyndon Buckingham and Commissioner Bronwyn Buckingham, World President of Women’s Ministries, were officially welcomed at the Salvation Army’s Regent Hall in London, England.
Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd share a message of hope in their final chapel as territorial leaders.
Opinion & Critical Thought
Commissioner Floyd Tidd: When we first arrived back in the Canada and Bermuda Territory from our time as leaders in Australia four years ago, in the first chapel, I talked about my Rubik’s Cube, and the lessons of life and leadership that I’ve learned from it. I want to use it as a focus for us this morning, slightly different than