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The Haiti earthquakes, Chile earthquakes, tornados in Oklahoma, volcano eruptions in Iceland, flooding in Tennessee and of course the global economy slump. These are the obstacles that God has given us to overcome. Obstacles that will undoubtedly make us stronger and love our fellow man a little more once we have come together to remedy them. The Salvation Army has been working since 1880 to show communities the power of God’s will through our Emergency Disaster Services team. To learn more about these services and get involved please click here.
The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church with its own distinctive governance and practice. Its doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasise God's saving purposes. For more information, visit these pages:
What is The Salvation Army?
A brief overview
The Salvation Army in the Body of Christ
A statement clarifying the Army's identity
General information about Salvation Army worship, and links to the doctrines, downloadable Handbook of Doctrine, and covenants made by Salvationists
In an environmentally friendly shift to a digital format, The Salvation Army has released its 2009 National Annual Report exclusively online. The annual report’s digital format allows The Salvation Army to broadly communicate with its donors in a way it has never done before. To view the interactive Annual Report, click here.