Overseas personnel contact information for Christmas greetings

Connecting with Centralites Serving Internationally 

Send your greetings and notes of encouragement at Christmas and throughout the year to Central Territory personnel serving The Salvation Army in other countries.

 

Majors Philip & Sheila Davisson

Booth University College
447 Webb Place
Winnipeg MB R3B 2P2
CANADA
[email protected]

[email protected]
Majors Robert & Rae Doliber

The Salvation Army
PO Box 407139
Ft. Lauderdale FL 33340-7139
[email protected]

[email protected]

 

Captain Dr. Felix & Major Violet Ezeh

The Salvation Army
PO Box 248
Port of Spain
TRINIDAD
[email protected]

 

Major Wes Green

#1 Glassmill Lane

Bromley BR2 0EJ

UNITED KINGDOM

[email protected]

 

Captains Sergii & Tanya Kachanov
1644 Bob-O-Link Way
Nanaimo BC V9S 2P8
CANADA
[email protected]

[email protected]

 

Captain Christopher Marques
Olive House A-103
1-39-12 Wada, Suginami-ku
Tokyo 166-0012
JAPAN
[email protected]

 

Captain Deon & Major Michelle Oliver

9 Cosby Place
McDowall QLD 4054

AUSTRALIA
[email protected]

[email protected]

 

Chief of the Staff William A. & Commissioner Nancy L. Roberts

The Salvation Army International Headquarters

101 Queen Victoria St.

London EC4V 4EH

UNITED KINGDOM

 

Major Cynthia Shellenberger

9 Magnolia Crescent
Craigmore SA 5114
AUSTRALIA
[email protected]

 

Captains Andrew & Melissa Shiels

Bruninieku 10a-11
Riga

LATVIA 1001

[email protected]

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