Salvation Army in Fiji Anticipates ‘Ongoing Need for Relief’ in Cyclone Yasa Response
05 January 2021
The Salvation Army has provided emergency accommodation, food and water in the immediate aftermath, and is planning longer-term relief
General Brian Peddle's 2021 New Year Message
02 January 2021
The international leader of The Salvation Army brings his New Year message for 2021
Prayer Requested Following Deadly Attack in Sulawesi, Indonesia 
28 November 2020
The Salvation Army confirms that an attack upon the Lewono Lembantongoa Outpost, Indonesia, on 27 November 2020 has claimed the lives of four members
Salvation Army Applies Whole-School Approach to COVID-19 Prevention in Luoshui, China
16 November 2020
Working through the school community, it is estimated that nearly 7,000 individuals will be reached via this health promotion activity
Learning Pathways Launch Postponed
06 November 2020
Due to COVID-19, the difficult decision has been made to postpone the launch of The Salvation Army’s new Learning Pathways course.
‘Same Storm, Different Boats’: International Salvation Army Reviews COVID-19 Response
23 October 2020
The consultation and conversation will reflect on The Salvation Army’s global pandemic response.
Live Launch Planned for Learning Pathways
20 October 2020
Learning Pathways – a three-tier distance learning opportunity for Salvationists passionate about engaging in their community – is being launched soon
‘What If…’: World Leader of The Salvation Army Encourages Salvationists and Friends to Consider Alternative Future
14 October 2020
The international leader asks – ‘what if there are … positive outcomes’ that might result from the effects of the pandemic?
The Salvation Army in Korea Wrestles with Second Wave of Coronavirus
08 September 2020
The Salvation Army has taken a lead in demonstrating responsible and appropriate action as COVID-19 confirmed cases rise in the Republic of Korea.
Volunteers Making a Difference in Worldwide Salvation Army COVID-19 Response
31 July 2020
The Salvation Army continues to serve those affected in numerous ways by coronavirus and the economic ramifications of control measures.
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