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.
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.
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”.
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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Sunday 22 September 2019 has been designated as The Salvation Army’s international Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking. This is an annual day of worship, prayer and action surrounding the problem of human trafficking. Salvation Army corps (churches) globally will join together to raise awareness about human trafficking and modern slavery and to[…]
Currently Mr. Richard Mahida, Territorial Projects Coordinator for the Eastern Europe Territory is on a mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is visiting various community development and small business projects and hopes to bring back some ideas and expertise that have been shared with him in DRC. Our thanks go to the DRC[…]
A COMBINATION of rapidly melting snow and heavy rainfall has had a devastating effect on three Canadian provinces. States of emergency have been declared in communities across Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, as rising rivers have forced thousands from their homes. Underscoring the seriousness of the situation, 2,000 military personnel have been deployed to provide[…]
‘WE will wait at the Cross, a hungry generation’ declared a slide on the screen during the playing of ‘At the Cross’ by Croydon Citadel Band prior to the corps’s Good Friday meetings, led by the Chief of the Staff (Commissioner Lyndon Buckingham) and World Secretary for Women’s Ministries (Commissioner Bronwyn Buckingham). It was a[…]
The General and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle Lead Innovative Palm Sunday Meetings at Peterborough Citadel, UK
General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle (World President of Women’s Ministries) shared in a number of ‘firsts’ during their visit to Peterborough Citadel Corps (church) in the United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland. The weekend began with the opening of the corps’s new ‘Superstore and Community Hub’ in the city centre. The[…]
SÅPA, a brand-new car wash, has opened in Tønsberg, southern Norway. The facility, run by The Salvation Army, is a response to the ongoing challenge of how to integrate people back into society after spending time in prison, rehabilitation or following other periods of social exclusion. It provides training and employment for a number of[…]
INTERNATIONAL leader of The Salvation Army, General Brian Peddle, uses his 2019 Easter message to reflect on numerous biblical imperatives to ‘not be afraid’. At a time when world events include natural disasters which cause understandable trepidation and terrorist attacks which are intended to engender fear, the General’s message observes that ‘often that fear is[…]
CHILD protection practitioners from around the world attended a three-day conference at The Salvation Army’s William Booth College in London in March 2019. The event focused on ‘New Learning and Best Practice’ and brought together Salvation Army officers and employees working in child protection. The purpose was to share expertise, discuss best ways of working,[…]
The Salvation Army Responds to Cyclone Idai with Emergency Responses in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi
A WITH wind speeds reaching 124 miles per hour (200 km/hour), Cyclone Idai has caused widespread devastation across a large swathe of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Local media reports suggest that 1,000 people have lost their lives in Mozambique alone. With roads flooded and the regional airport closed, 500,000 people have been cut off in[…]
The Salvation Army Trains Thousands of Community Leaders in Hygiene Practices to Combat Ebola in DRC
A LARGE Salvation Army health project is underway in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), aiming to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus among the population of Goma, in the far east of the country. The current outbreak, which started in August 2018, is the largest-ever Ebola outbreak in DRC with more than 900 cases and almost[…]
FOLLOWING mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which have claimed at least 49 lives, members of The Salvation Army – particularly those near the sites of these attacks – were able to provide support and transport for those who needed it. Members of The Salvation Army’s Christchurch City Corps (church) are working at[…]
General Peddle Encourages The Salvation Army to Faithfully and Effectively Engage With Complex Moral and Social Issues
WORLD leader of The Salvation Army General Brian Peddle delivered the keynote address at the March 2019 meeting of the movement’s International Moral and Social Issues Council (IMASIC). The meeting included, for the first time, chairpersons of territorial councils that address moral and social issues. Also present were representatives from Salvation Army territories who are[…]
Territorial Leadership and Cabinet
Colonels Jostein and Magna Våje Nielsen
Lieutenant-Colonels Kelvin and Cheralynne Pethybridge
Majors Beat Rieder and Annette Rieder-Pell
MAJOR VICTORIA LALAC
CAPTAIN OLGA INIUTOCHKINA
Eastern Europe Territory in Figures
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.
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