The Salvation Army Conway

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Services and Information

The Conway Office with Social Services and the Church

are located at 950 Carson Cove, Suite 106

Conway, AR  72034 Our phone number is 501/329-1712.

Church Services


  • 9:45 am Sunday School
  • 11:00 am Morning Worship


  • 5:30 pm Youth Activities


  • 6:00 Prayer
  • 6:30 Women & Men Ministries

Social Services

  • Provide assistance with
  • Utilities,
  • Rent,
  • Food Boxes,
  • Clothing & Shoes,
  • Prescriptions
  • Furniture,
  • Shelter and
  • MORE

Thrift Store

807 Court Street

  • Monday - Saturday  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • You can help by donating your gently used items! The most requested items that people need include clothing, shoes, furniture, bric-a-brac, household items, bedding, vehicles and things you use everyday!
  • To schedule a pick-up 501/329-3158


  • Tornadoes, floods and hurricanes give The Salvation Army opportunity to provide on-site relief through mobile kitchens, distribution centers, emergency services and counseling for disaster victims.

Community Cares Ministry

  • Reaches out to nursing home residence, the elderly, handicapped and ill with visits, phone calls and necessities.

Seasonal Programs

  • Angel Tree
  • Red Kettle Bell Ringing
  • Christmas Food Boxes
  • Back to School Supplies
  • Harvest of Hope
  • Thanksgiving Meal
  • Camp Heart O' Hills
  • King & Queen Banquet
  • Easter Celebration

Serving Families, Individuals and Communities in Faulkner, Cleburne, Perry and Van Buren Counties

Conway Corps Officers: Captains Ben & Rhonda Walters

950 Carson Cove, Suite 106 Conway, AR  72034 501/329-1712 

Conway Corps Celebrates Easter with Faulkner County DHS Foster Children

 Conway AR Easter Egg Hunt

The Salvation Army Conway Corps celebrated Easter early with almost 50 foster children from Faulkner County DHS Services enjoying an egg hunt and games. With generous donations from area businesses, The Salvation Army staff and volunteers created a lively Spring afternoon for children who often just need a fun time filled with laughter and love.

The Salvation Army in Conway has created several events just for special groups to fill a need in the Faulkner County community and show how the love of Christ can lead people to bring extraordinary joy to others. Local businesses such as Chick-Fil-A were supportive, donating certificates for free meals and other gifts.

Salvation Army Social Services Coordinator, Deb Hendrix, who has fostered more than 200 children over the last decade, joined with members of the Conway Corps Advisory Board and staff to produce the fun-filled event. In February, the Conway Corps hosted a Valentine's Party for Workforce, giving the developmentally challensed adults in the program a joyful celebration.

Like the Valentine's event, the Easter event involved another Salvation Army unit. The Salvation Army Saline County Director, Todd Skaggs, brought his DJ talents back to Conway for the Easter event.

Join Us for The Salvation Army Good Friday Service at Jacksonville Corps

The Salvation Army Central Arkansas Units have planned a Good Friday Service that will be held at the Jacksonville Corps. Families and individuals are invited to bring their children, neighbors and family to worship at 6:30 p.m. on Good Friday.Christ Cross and Lily

Officers and staff of The Salvation Army from Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Jacksonville and Saline County are participating. Captain Philip Wise of North Little Rock will deliver the special Good Friday message during the service.

You are invited to come to the Good Friday service. Please bring family and friends! Child care will be provided.

The Salvation Army Jacksonville Corps is located at

209 S. Oak Street in Jacksonville, Arkansas.

Conway Corps Ready to Respond to Needs, Disasters in Four Counties

The Conway Corps, led by Captains Ben & Rhonda Walters, are ready to respond to the needs or disasters in four counties: Faulkner, Perry, Van Buren and Cleburne. Through its Corps Advisory Council, the Corps is able to network with area businesses and other Churches when families, individuals and communities are in need.

Many families, struggling because of job losses or decreased income, count on The Salvation Army food pantry, social services, Thrift Store, worship services and special events to uplift them and encourage them.

The Conway Corps is prepared to respond to natural disasters such as tornadoes that have hit communities in the past several years. Whether it's providing food for church groups to cook and serve or delivering water and meals to hard hit areas, not easily accessed, The Salvation Army is ready to serve.

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