Faces of the Army

Meet the Wilkinsons

Posted on 14th May 2021, by British Columbia
To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Salvation Army in Prince George we would like to introduce you to Majors Crystal & Neil Wilkinson. Crystal originally started work with us in 1990 and Neil in ’98 after both became Soldiers in 1990. Be sure to join in on the celebrations this year, visit sapg.ca to  […]

Meet the Thompsons

Posted on 27th January 2021, by British Columbia
Auxiliary Lieutenants Neil & Jen Thompson are new to their roles as Corps Officers at Vernon Community Church but both come from families who attended a Salvation Army and each have spent many years working and volunteering in different roles within the organization. Here are some quick facts about these faces of the army from  […]

Meet the Macphersons

Posted on 10th December 2020, by British Columbia
Lisa and Dave Macpherson have both been with The Salvation Army for more than 20 years. Lisa, who has been with us her whole life and Dave, who became a Soldier in 1996, were ordained as Officers together in 2003. Today they are both Area Commanders overlooking Ministry Units in different regions throughout British Columbia.  […]

Meet the New Divisional Director of Development

Posted on 28th September 2020, by British Columbia
Please join us in welcoming our new Divisional Director of Development at DHQ, Mr. Kim Findlay. Kim comes to us with nearly 30 years of experience in the charitable sector and already is an amazing addition to our team as one of the new faces of the army.   What is your experience working with  […]

Meet the New Divisional Youth Secretaries

Posted on 15th July 2020, by British Columbia
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This summer Captains Josh and Joyce Downer will be travelling across the country to join us at Divisional Headquarters in British Columbia; beginning their new appointments as Divisional Youth Secretaries, overseeing the Children and Youth department for the province. Coming with them is their family of four children who have all grown up in Ontario  […]