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    Sunday Online Meeting Join us this Sunday, May 31 at 9 a.m. EDT as we are led in online worship by Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd, territorial leaders.

    COVID-19 Response Podcast with Guest Perron Goodyear

    Learn more about Emergency Disaster Services!

    COVID-19
    Welcome to another episode of the Salvationist COVID-19 Response Podcast, a series where we talk about how The Salvation Army is responding to the COVID-19 crisis. This episode we had the privilege of interviewing Perron Goodyear. Perron Goodyear has served in the Salvation Army for over 16 years. Currently, he is the Territorial Director of

    The Least of These

    Who are the widows, orphans and aliens in our society?

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    What we learn from the Bible is that the quality of a society is not to be judged by its wealth, power or affluence, but rather by the way it treats (or mistreats) those who have the least—the least influence, the fewest resources, the lowest standing in the courts.

    National Doughnut Day

    How to make the famous Salvation Army doughnut recipe.

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    The first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day, a day to honour The Salvation Army's "Doughnut Lassies" who boosted the morale of soldiers during the First World War.

    COVID-19 Response Podcast with Guest Major Terence Hale

    You’re going to want to VoitSee this!

    COVID-19
    Welcome to our second episode of the Salvationist COVID-19 Response Podcast, a series where we talk about how The Salvation Army is responding to the COVID-19 crisis. This episode we had the privilege of interviewing Major Terence Hale, Territorial Youth Secretary for The Salvation Army. He’s an experienced officer with a demonstrated

    Purpose and Promise

    I’ve learned to put God first in everything.

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    Salvation Army senior soldier Geraldine Lambert has served in the Army in a variety of capacities. But what's constant is a life dedicated to trusting in God. "I rely on him every day," she says.

    Sacred Wishes

    Foster care should be a safe space. But is it failing Indigenous children?

    Opinion & Critical Thought
    It’s important for Canadians to realize that Indigenous children are heavily represented in the child welfare system due to years of colonization, residential schools and the Sixties Scoop. This trauma will continue into future generations unless people are willing to learn the stories of colonization, which has and continues to threaten Indigenous communities.