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Why I love Red Shield - part 3

Why I love Red Shield - part 3

19 May 2016

For many Australians, both Salvationists and members of the community, the Red Shield Appeal Doorknock is a life-changing experience....Read more

Why I love Red Shield - part 2

Why I love Red Shield - part 2

12 May 2016

The Red Shield Doorknock is sometimes tiring, sometimes strange, and always inspiring. Watch this sh...Read more

Why I love Red Shield - part 1

Why I love Red Shield - part 1

5 May 2016

In this humorous and heart-warming video series, Salvationists share their most memorable Doorknock ...Read more

VIDEO: Happy Christmas from International Headquarters

VIDEO: Happy Christmas from International Headquarters

22 December 2015

The officers and employees of The Salvation Army's International Headquarters in London, UK have joi...Read more

VIDEO: Watch Commissioning and The Movement online

VIDEO: Watch Commissioning and The Movement online

15 December 2015

Last month, the Territory celebrated the Commissioning of the Messengers of Light in Sydney. In case...Read more

The battle to keep Army history alive

The battle to keep Army history alive

19 August 2015

Itís old, itís rare, and itís considered so important that itís being kept inside a locked safe. Ití...Read more

Has the 'open-air' had its day?

Has the 'open-air' had its day?

3 August 2015

Open-airs are synonymous with Salvation Army heritage. Yet, as the Army celebrates its 150th year, m...Read more

BOOK REVIEW: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns - The Salvation Army in Wartime

BOOK REVIEW: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns - The Salvation Army in Wartime

16 June 2015

International Secretary to the Chief of the Staff, Commissioner William Cochrane, reviews a new book...Read more

The history of the Founder's Song

The history of the Founder's Song

9 March 2015

As thousands of Salvationists prepare to gather this July in London for Boundless - The Whole World ...Read more

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The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.

The Salvation Army is committed to ensuring the provision of safe and inclusive environments for children, young people and vulnerable people where they feel respected, safe, valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation.