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WHAT IS THE SALVATION ARMY?. A man and his cornet. The Salvation Army sells brass instruments to raise money. The Salvation Army uses musical instruments like this to worship God. Everyone in The Salvation Army plays a cornet. A man and his cornet.

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a man and his cornet
A man and his cornet
  • The Salvation Army sells brass instruments to raise money.
  • The Salvation Army uses musical instruments like this to worship God.
  • Everyone in The Salvation Army plays a cornet.
a man and his cornet1
A man and his cornet
  • The Salvation Army sells brass instruments to raise money.
  • The Salvation Army uses musical instruments to worship God.
  • Everyone in The Salvation Army plays a cornet.
a woman sitting on a bucket
A woman sitting on a bucket
  • Members of The Salvation Army have to pay to join.
  • Cleaning companies pay to use Salvation Army buckets.
  • The Salvation Army collects money twice a year in buckets like this to help people in need.
a woman sitting on a bucket1
A woman sitting on a bucket
  • Members of The Salvation Army have to pay to join.
  • Cleaning companies pay to use Salvation Army buckets.
  • The Salvation Army collects money twice a year in buckets like this to help people in need.
a fireman climbing a cup of tea
A fireman climbing a cup of tea
  • Members of The Salvation Army drink a lot of tea.
  • When there is an emergency The Salvation Army gives out hot drinks to comfort people.

c) The Salvation Army has a coffee shop for members of the fire brigade.

a fireman climbing a cup of tea1
A fireman climbing a cup of tea
  • Members of The Salvation Army drink a lot of tea.
  • When there is an emergency The Salvation Army gives out hot drinks to comfort people.

c) The Salvation Army has a coffee shop for members of the fire brigade.

a man sleeping on the street
A man sleeping on the street
  • The Salvation Army serves food and gives clothes to people who are homeless.
  • The Salvation Army has places all over the country where homeless people can stay.
  • The Salvation Army helps people to get off the streets and into a proper home.
a man sleeping on the street1
A man sleeping on the street
  • The Salvation Army serves food and gives clothes to people who are homeless.
  • The Salvation Army has places all over the country where homeless people can stay.
  • The Salvation Army helps people to get off the streets and into a proper home.
a child leaning on the bible
A child leaning on the Bible
  • The Bible is only read by children in The Salvation Army.
  • The Bible is too sacred to be read in a Salvation Army church service.
  • The work of The Salvation Army is based on the Bible so it is very special to members.
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A child leaning on the Bible
  • The Bible is only read by children in The Salvation Army.
  • The Bible is too sacred to be read in a Salvation Army church service.
  • The work of The Salvation Army is based on the Bible so it is very special to members.
an elderly woman hanging off a zimmer frame
An elderly woman hanging off a zimmer frame
  • Salvation Army ministers visit elderly people in their homes.
  • The Salvation Army has a gymnastics club for the elderly.
  • Elderly people can only attend a Salvation Army meeting if they bring their zimmer frame.
an elderly woman hanging off a zimmer frame1
An elderly woman hanging off a zimmer frame
  • Salvation Army ministers visit elderly people in their homes.
  • The Salvation Army has a gymnastics club for the elderly.
  • Elderly people can only attend a Salvation Army meeting if they bring their zimmer frame.
a woman pushing a mouse
A woman pushing a mouse
  • People who work for The Salvation Army have to be good with computers.
  • The Salvation Army’s head office is in Scotland.
  • At The Salvation Army’s head office, there is a Family Tracing Service to help people find missing family members.
a woman pushing a mouse1
A woman pushing a mouse
  • People who work for The Salvation Army have to be good with computers.
  • The Salvation Army’s head office is in Scotland.
  • At The Salvation Army’s head office, there is a Family Tracing Service to help people find missing family members.
a woman holding up a copy of the war cry
A woman holding up a copy of ‘The War Cry’
  • The Salvation Army gives out free newspapers.
  • The Salvation Army has a newspaper and a kids’ comic which help to fund its work in the community.
  • ‘The War Cry’ is a newspaper for members of The Salvation Army.
a woman holding up a copy of the war cry1
A woman holding up a copy of ‘The War Cry’
  • The Salvation Army gives out free newspapers.
  • The Salvation Army has a newspaper and a kids’ comic which help to fund its work in the community.
  • ‘The War Cry’ is a newspaper for members of The Salvation Army.
a little girl holding her teddy bear s hand
A little girl holding her teddy bear’s hand
  • The Salvation Army thinks that families are important and has lots of activities for parents and children.
  • The Salvation Army runs teddy bears’ picnics.
  • Every child must bring a teddy bear to a Salvation Army meeting.
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A little girl holding her teddy bear’s hand
  • The Salvation Army thinks that families are important and has lots of activities for parents and children.
  • The Salvation Army runs teddy bears’ picnics.
  • Every child must bring a teddy bear to a Salvation Army meeting.
a teenager holding the globe
A teenager holding the globe
  • Members of The Salvation Army use O2 mobile phones.
  • Members of The Salvation Army love to travel.
  • The Salvation Army is an international church and charity.
a teenager holding the globe1
A teenager holding the globe
  • Members of The Salvation Army use O2 mobile phones.
  • Members of The Salvation Army love to travel.
  • The Salvation Army is an international church and charity.
a elderly man diving into soup
A elderly man diving into soup
  • The Salvation Army owns a soup company.
  • Many Salvation Army centres have lunch clubs for people who find it difficult to cook for themselves.
  • The Salvation Army has a swimming team for elderly people.
a elderly man diving into soup1
A elderly man diving into soup
  • The Salvation Army owns a soup company.
  • Many Salvation Army centres have lunch clubs for people who find it difficult to cook for themselves.
  • The Salvation Army has a swimming team for elderly people.
a skater girl
A skater girl
  • Children at The Salvation Army are very sporty.
  • Everyone arrives at church on a skateboard.
  • There are many activities for children and youth at The Salvation Army and they often have their own time of worship and learning about God.
a skater girl1
A skater girl
  • Children at The Salvation Army are very sporty.
  • Everyone arrives at church on a skateboard.
  • There are many activities for children and youth at The Salvation Army and they often have their own time of worship and learning about God.