Salvation Army church building

Salvation Army church building

An international Christian church, The Salvation Army worships and serves in more than 130 countries worldwide. In Canada, The Salvation Army’s first worship services were held in 1882 in Toronto and today we have over 300 corps/churches across the country. Salvation Army churches not only focus on worship, Christian education and other congregational activities, but also provide practical assistance to their communities.

Our churches embrace families and individuals of all ages, gender, race, beliefs, sexuality, abilities and wealth. The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

From toddler groups to children’s clubs to youth choirs to adult activities and programs for seniors, The Salvation Army church is a place to connect, develop knowledge of God through solid Bible teaching, and find support when you need help.

Our churches also recognize and reflect the cultural diversity of our nation and aim to make worship and activities relevant to the demographic of the local community and congregation.