In 1934, a group known as the Salvation Patrol was commenced in Mexico by Alejandro Guzmán. In October 1937, he was presented with a flag by General Evangeline Booth at the USA Southern Territory Congress in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Salvation Patrol then became absorbed into the international Salvation Army, operating under the supervision of DHQ in Dallas, Texas, later becoming part of the Latin America North Territory. On 1 September 1998 it was made a command in its own right and, on 1 October 2001, it became a territory.

Country included in the territory: Mexico

Language in which the gospel is preached: Spanish

Publications: El Grito de Guerra (The War Cry), El Eslabón (The Link)

Territorial Leadership

Colonel Ricardo Fernandez - Territorial Commander

Colonel Mirtha Fernandez - Territorial President of Women's Ministries

Lieut-Colonel Leonardo Fernandez - Chief Secretary

Territorial Headquarters

San Borja No 1456
Colonia Vértiz Narvarte
Delegación Benito Juárez
México 03600

Postal address (letters only)

Apartado Postal 12-309
México 03020

Contact us

Tel: [52-55] 5575-1042

Email: mexico@mex.salvationarmy.org