General Brian Peddle meets His Holiness Pope Francis

GENERAL Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle visited the Vatican today for conversation with His Holiness Pope Francis. During the ...

Retired General Bramwell H. Tillsley is Promoted to Glory

GENERAL Bramwell H. Tillsley (Retired), The Salvation Army’s 14th international leader, was promoted to Glory on 2 November 2019 from ...

The General and Commissioner Peddle visit Asbury University and USA National Headquarters

AT the invitation of Dr Kevin Brown, the recently-appointed President of Asbury University, General Brian Peddle visited the campus to ...

Answering the Call to Multiple Wildfires, The Salvation Army is Providing Assistance at Shelters

Thousand Oaks, CA. (October 30, 2019)  – The Thousand Oaks Community Center (2525 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks) saw an ...

Kincade Fire: The Salvation Army Providing Assistance

Nonprofit has served at least 6,000 meals to evacuees in just a week since the fire began What:   The Salvation Army ...

The Salvation Army Serves Corinth Community After Saturday’s Severe Weather

Corinth, Mississippi (October 27, 2019) – The Salvation Army is serving the public after Saturday’s severe weather, which caused power ...

UPDATE 10/23 Dallas Tornado: The Salvation Army Serving Affected Neighborhoods

DALLAS, Texas (October 22, 2019) – After nine tornadoes struck parts of North Texas on Sunday night, The Salvation Army ...

The General and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle Lead Multicultural, All-Age Congress in New Zealand

GENERAL Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle (World President of Women’s Ministries) captured the hearts of people at the New ...

Salvation Army Provides Comfort After New Orleans Hard Rock Hotel Collapse

New Orleans, Louisiana (October 13, 2019) – A Hard Rock Hotel building that was under construction in downtown New Orleans ...

Bahamas: The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Response Continues to Grow

SALVATION Army hurricane relief operations in The Bahamas continue to grow and are expected to expand further as people start ...