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Hundreds gather to celebrate cultural diversity

Hundreds gather to celebrate cultural diversity

28 September 2018

Equipping and enabling mission and ministry in a culturally diverse Australia was the aim of The Gathering conference in Sydney on 21-23 September. Read more

Youth homelessness service wins major awards in WA

Youth homelessness service wins major awards in WA

27 September 2018

The Salvation Army Crossroads West was recognised for its network of services that respond to youth homelessness across this vast state. Read more

General calls Salvation Army to action at welcome meeting

General calls Salvation Army to action at welcome meeting

26 September 2018

General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle encourage and challenge Salvationists around the world to be The Salvation Army God has called them to be. Read more

Loverings at heart of drought assistance

Loverings at heart of drought assistance

25 September 2018

The Salvation Army is continuing its ongoing assistance to people affected by the drought that’s crippling western New South Wales and south-west Queensland. Read more

Bells are starting to jingle!

Bells are starting to jingle!

24 September 2018

Others takes a look at what’s happening this Christmas in Salvation Army corps and centres around the country. Read more

Salvos Freedom Partnership continues vital advocacy work

Salvos Freedom Partnership continues vital advocacy work

23 September 2018

The Freedom Partnership is focusing on legislation, building local networks and cutting edge research as it works to help end trafficking and slavery in Australian society, and beyond. Read more

Christian women leaders united in historic Canberra visit

Christian women leaders united in historic Canberra visit

21 September 2018

Colonel Julie Campbell joined women leaders from Australian churches and Christian organisations yesterday to advocate for policies of justice and care for the world's poor. Read more

Commissioner Harry Read, 94, skydives for anti-trafficking and modern-slavery work

Commissioner Harry Read, 94, skydives for anti-trafficking and modern-slavery work

20 September 2018

Almost 74 years after parachuting into Normandy during World War Two, Commissioner Harry Read took to the skies again, this time to fundraise for those trapped in modern-day slavery. Read more

Emergency food supplies distributed in the Philippines after Typhoon Mangkut

Emergency food supplies distributed in the Philippines after Typhoon Mangkut

19 September 2018

The Salvation Army in providing immediate relief to those impacted by the recent typhoon, including those in some remote and hard-to-reach regions. Read more

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