- Salvation Army Canada

    In the Interest of Justice What role does environment play on the road to prison? And how can the Army be part of the solution?

    Women's Ministries Hosts Brave Events for Girls

    Local corps events bring teens together to empower and uplift.

    Territorial News

    Created for girls ages 12-18, the Brave events aimed to connect them with the church and create meaningful relationships with other women and leaders in their local communities, while embracing their diversity and strengths, celebrating their unique and beautiful identities, and showing them that they are loved and cared for. 

    Day by Day

    Growing in Salvationist discipleship.


    Last year, General Brian Peddle released two new resources to give Salvationists practical instruction and support as they explore the call to follow Jesus within the context of The Salvation Army.

    Salvation Army Attends National Prayer Breakfast

    Political leaders and church leaders gather in Ottawa for prayer, fellowship and reconciliation.

    Territorial News

    The 57th annual National Prayer Breakfast, held in Ottawa in May, brought together Canadian political leaders and members of Parliament with representatives from denominations of Christian faith, including members of The Salvation Army. As a non-partisan event, political leaders of all parties joined with church leaders for prayer, conversations about reconciliation and awareness of human trafficking in Canada.

    Celebration of Culture

    Salvationists share their experiences of the annual event.


    In September 2017, The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda partnered with Indigenous Pathways for the first Celebration of Culture, a sacred space where Indigenous and non-Indigenous followers of Jesus could gather to walk in good relations. As we prepare for the fifth Celebration of Culture this August, Captain Crystal Porter asked people from across the territory to share their experiences of the event.

    Champions of Faith

    The men’s network in British Columbia encourages and equips men to lead godly lives.


    The British Columbia Division’s men’s network was created to inspire spiritual leadership in the home and church, and to encourage the embodiment of Christ in everyday life.

    The Salvation Army Celebrates 134 Years in Moose Jaw

    Major Mike Hoeft delivers special sermon in honour of the Army’s continued service in the community.

    Territorial News

    The Salvation Army in Moose Jaw, Sask., celebrated 134 years of service in the community in March. The corps held events such as a women’s fellowship luncheon, a community barbecue and a visit from Major Mike Hoeft, area commander, Prairie Division, for a Sunday service. 

    Bringing Learning to Life

    Grace Haven invests in experiential learning program for young parents.


    Since 1896, The Salvation Army’s Grace Haven in Hamilton, Ont., has been a home and support system for pregnant and parenting youth. To continue meeting their unique needs, Grace Haven applied for an innovation grant to introduce a new experiential learning program for young parents. 

    Breaking Free

    Innovation creates new connections for recovering offenders at Greenfield House.


    Recovery requires more than just short-term intervention. At The Salvation Army’s Greenfield House in Moncton, N.B., recovery means connection. After receiving an innovation grant for $25,000, Greenfield House introduces a new program for recovering offenders called "Breaking Free Connection Ministry."

    Inspiring Innovation

    The Salvation Army funds new and creative projects across the territory.


    In 2021, The Salvation Army allocated $2 million to innovation. From this funding sprouted the innovation grants—a call to action from the territory that invited ministry units to bring their creative ideas to the table.