Coronavirus Pandemic: Focus on Europe

With 182,470 reported cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in the European Union, European Economic Area and the United Kingdom*, The Salvation Army across Europe is mobilising to ensure the needs of the most vulnerable people continue to be met. While this is taking different forms depending on local requirements and in compliance with all national and[…]


In the state of emergency, from 15 March to 21 of April, All Region took responsibility to take care of vulnerable people. Especially lonely elderly people above 70 years and single mothers with children, who do not have anyone to help them. The young voluntary people with corps officer give food and hygiene goods those[…]

Coronavirus Pandemic: The Salvation Army Connected and Continuing to Serve

The Salvation Army is continuing to meet human needs around the world, despite the challenges of providing essential services when faced with the wide-ranging restrictions being enforced to quash the spread of COVID-19 (also known as SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus). In line with prevailing World Health Organization advice and in compliance with instructions issued by national health[…]

General’s Call to Pray

General Brian Peddle speaks about Covid-19 Friends, as news of the coronavirus develops, I'm urging you to pray.At International Headquarters, we are adapting in line with advice. Practice self-care and compliance, but please also find ways to care and to still be The Salvation Army who serves. Опубліковано General Brian Peddle Четвер, 12 березня 2020[…]

The General and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle Make Historic First Visit to Botswana

SALVATIONISTS and friends were overjoyed to welcome General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle (World President of Women’s Ministries) to Botswana, where they became the first international leaders to visit the country. The General and Commissioner Peddle also spent time in Zimbabwe during the week-long visit to the Zimbabwe and Botswana Territory. In Harare, the visitors[…]