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Direct from the TC: Our Appointment Extension

Direct from the TC: Our Appointment Extension

27 February 2014

General André Cox extends the appointment of Commissioners James and Jan Condon as Territorial Leaders of the Australia Eastern Territory until 31 May 2016. Read more

Making sense of grace

Making sense of grace

26 February 2014

Over 600 women attended Captivated by the Word conferences in Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane this month, focusing on the theme ‘making sense of grace’. Read more

Salvos have new face at Sydney University

Salvos have new face at Sydney University

24 February 2014

Lauren Mason is the new Salvation Army chaplain at the University of Sydney, and already, the group on campus is receiving lots of interest. Read more

Homechurch reaches out

Homechurch reaches out

21 February 2014

Five years ago, the REACH team, an outreach initiative of Bonnells Bay Salvation Army, started REACH homechurch to connect with men in recovery at the Miracle Haven rehabilitation centre. Read more

VIDEO: Hope in the midst of disaster

VIDEO: Hope in the midst of disaster

20 February 2014

After Cyclones Larry & Yasi, Victor and Linda contacted the Salvos for assistance. Today they are Salvation Army soldiers. Read more

Direct from the TC: The Royal Commission

Direct from the TC: The Royal Commission

19 February 2014

Commissioner James Condon has written an open letter concerning the Royal Commission to Salvationists, Employees, Volunteers & the Australian Public. Read more

The power in asking

The power in asking

19 February 2014

When Kylie Lataster asked Katrina Reynolds along to a Salvation Army Bible study at Campbelltown Corps, Katrina’s life began to change. Read more

Direct from the TC: Manus Island riots

Direct from the TC: Manus Island riots

18 February 2014

Commissioner James Condon calls The Salvation Army to pray for the current situation on Manus Island. Read more

Big Cook Little Cook

Big Cook Little Cook

18 February 2014

The Big Cook Little Cook program will provide families access to expertise about children's health, nutrition and development from relevant professionals and organisations. 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.