Strategy - Salvation Army Canada



Welcome to the Mobilize 2.0 strategy page. This is where to find anything to do with the strategic plan that is guiding us towards our vision. As more material is developed and released, we will continue to post it to this organic web page.

So bookmark and return often for the latest on strategy and how it is getting us to our vision.

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Salvationist has a series of background articles on our new strategy.

Strategy puts faith first

Strategy prioritizes people

Strategy forges stronger partnerships

Strategy optimizes mission impact

The New Territorial Strategy

Announcing the territorial strategic plan for The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda

As you know, The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda has been on a journey of transformation over the past year. To fulfill our mission, over 3,000 people connected to our Army helped form a vision that marks the destination for our movement:

“We are an innovative partner, mobilized to share hope wherever there is hardship, building communities that are just and know the love of Jesus.”

As with any journey toward a destination, it’s necessary to follow a road map that gives direction. Our road map is strategy. In order to achieve our territorial vision, we knew that we needed a vision-aligned strategic plan that details how to get there.

Over the course of 2021, more than 120 people spoke into the strategy development. Together, we shared, pondered, dreamed, asked questions, and prayed over our territory. It was evident that God was preparing the way and leading as we took each step. We are excited to formally share with you the territorial strategy for The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda.

Read the territorial strategy.

Accompanying the strategic plan is an announcement letter, a set of frequently asked questions and a glossary of terms, which give context to some of the language used in the strategy. Links to those documents are elsewhere on this webpage.

Thank you for your commitment to the mission, energy for the vision, and attention to this strategy. Our prayer is that this strategic plan will set new directions as we continue to follow the lead of our God who is doing a new thing.

-- Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd