Adventure Corps • Corps Cadets • Girl Guards • Junior Soldiers • Sunbeams • Youth Band
Community Care • Men's Fellowship Club • Senior Soldiers • Women's Ministries
A Christian education program designed for school-aged boys intended to challenge the boys to commit their lives to Christ and to reach out into the community to lead them to Christ.
Youth seventh grade and up engage in Bible study,
service projects, leadership training, and study of
Salvation Army doctrine and history.
Scouting-type activities for girls that promotes good character and citizenship, offers opportunity for
service to others and emphasizes Christian standards.
Salvation Army youth between seven and 14 years of age engage in intensive religious training in
preparation for senior soldiership.
A social and spiritual development program for girls in grades one through five.
Meets once a week for practice of brass instruments, percussion and piano. Music theory is emphazied.
Salvationists visit prisons, hospitals and needy homes, in their own time, bringing the gospel and rendering practical aid.
Men’s Fellowship Club
Program for men ages 16 and up to reach out to men for Christ, share in worship, social life,
education and recreation, and engage in service
A Senior Soldier is a person age 14 and above who accepts Jesus
Christ as their savior and is a member of The
Salvation Army. Individuals intrested in becoming
a Senior Soldier must participate in a 6-8 week study at the corps. Please contact Major Mike Morton.
Fellowship designed to influence women in the
development of Christian standards.