THE SALVATION ARMY EASTERN EUROPE Territory

Our Territory

Georgia

The Salvation Army in Georgia started its ministry in 1993. The Headquarters of the organisation in Georgia is located in its capital Tbilisi. There are 8 corps across the country where people have chance to serve God and spread the Gospel.

Moldova

The Salvation Army in Moldova started its ministry in 1994. The Headquarters of The Salvation Army Moldova Division is located in Kishinev. There are 16 corps across country where Salvationists serve the suffering humanity through various ministries and programs.

Romania

The Salvation Army in Romania started its ministry in 1999. The Headquarters of the organisation is located in Bucharest. The Salvation Army in Romania has 5 corps, which are very active in their ministry. Romania Division operates the first in Eastern Europe The Salvation Army charity shop “SALVATtex”.

Ukraine

The Salvation Army began its ministry in Ukraine in 1993. There are 9 corps located across Ukraine – Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Donetsk, Kropyvnytskyi, Pisochin, Vinnitsa, Lviv and village Nove. The Headquarters of Ukraine Division is located in Kyiv.

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  • The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice. The Army’s doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasise God’s saving purposes. Its objects are ‘the advancement of the Christian religion… of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.’* Read more…

    The Salvation Army
  • Our Faith

    The Salvation Army is a Christian organisation and part of the universal Christian Church.

    Its message and the lifestyle it advocates are based on the Bible’s teaching. Its work is to make known the good news about Jesus Christ and to persuade people to become his followers. Read more…

    Our Faith
  • Doctrines

    As set out in Schedule 1 of The Salvation Army Act 1980 Read more…

    Doctrines
  • Prayer

    Prayer is vital to the work of The Salvation Army and we take it very seriously.

    Our Worldwide Prayer Meeting takes place every Thursday morning – people are encouraged to commit to a specific half-hour time slot and prayer for the mission of the international Salvation Army. Read more…

    Prayer
  • Worship

    The Salvation Army is an integral part of the universal Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice.
    Salvation Army places of worship are sometimes called ‘citadels’ or ‘temples’, but, whatever their name, they are Christian churches open to the community they serve and offering a warm welcome to all. Read more…

    Worship
  • Spiritual Life

    The Salvation Army is not only part of the Christian church but also a ‘holiness movement’ whose members seek to become more like Jesus Christ through the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit in their lives. Read more…

    Spiritual Life
  • Vision

    ONE ARMY: We see a God-raised, Spirit-filled Army for the 21st century – convinced of our calling, moving forward together

    We will… Read more…

    Vision
  • Body of Christ

    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. Read more…

    Body of Christ
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Territorial Leadership and Cabinet

Colonels Jostein and Magna Våje Nielsen
Colonels Jostein and Magna Våje Nielsen
Territorial Commander / Territorial President for Women’s Ministries
Lieutenant-Colonels Kelvin and Cheralynne Pethybridge
Lieutenant-Colonels Kelvin and Cheralynne Pethybridge
Chief Secretary / Territorial Secretary for Personnel
Majors Beat Rieder and Annette Rieder-Pell
Majors Beat Rieder and Annette Rieder-Pell
Territorial Secretary for Programme / Territorial Secretary for Business Administration
MAJOR VICTORIA LALAC
MAJOR VICTORIA LALAC
Territorial Training Principal and Education Secretary
CAPTAIN OLGA INIUTOCHKINA
CAPTAIN OLGA INIUTOCHKINA
Territorial Youth Secretary

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Eastern Europe Territory in Figures

We are growing!

The Salvation Army Eastern Europe Territory is one of the fastest growing Territories. There are: Officers 91 (active 83 retired 8), Envoys 3, Cadets 6, Employees 193, Corps 35, Outposts 3, Senior Soldiers 1,208, Adherents 686, Junior Soldiers 268.

  • Georgia

    Number of Corps/Plants

  • Moldova

    Number of Corps

  • Romania

    Number of Corps

  • Ukraine

    Number of Corps/Plants