ANOTHER significant step on the road to Boundless, The Salvation Army's 150th anniversary congress, will be taken on Sunday 15 September with the launch of the event's website, www.boundless2015.org. The congress will take place from 1-5 July 2015 at the O2 in east London, United Kingdom – about three miles from where the Army was founded in 1865.
Congress coordinator Lieut-Colonel Eddie Hobgood says the site will be the 'source of all things congress'. At its launch it will include venue information, an introductory video and basic facts about the schedule, participants and congress registration.
The colonel says the site will initially be a 'work in progress' but he explains that content will be added regularly between the website launch and the start of the event. He recommends that everyone planning on attending the congress should visit the website 'at least once a month' over the next six months and then weekly after that.
As the plans for the congress come together, the website will build into an invaluable tool. Prospective delegates can also visit www.facebook.com/ boundless2015 – which is also launched on Sunday 15 September – and follow the congress Twitter feed @Boundless2015 for the latest updates.