Our Thrift Shop is open 5 days a week. Please come and check out what bargains we have.
Tuesday - Saturday 8:30 - 2pm Ph(08) 9185 4246
The Salvation Army Karratha provides emergency relief (welfare) in the form of food parcels and vouchers as a way of assisting people who find themselves in difficult circumstances.
Wednesdays 9am - 12noon. Please call for an appointment (08) 9185 2148
A worship experience for the whole family, celebrating God through scripture, song and sermon.
If you or someone you know are in need of Youth Accommodation, we may be able to help. We support every young person to reach his or her potential.
Please enquire (08) 9144 1881
The Salvation Army is dedicated to providing support to survivors of violence and their children through a variety of emergency responses such as refuge accommodation, and long-term support.
Please enquire: (08) 9185 2807
Weddings, Funerals and Dedications
Salvation Army officers are available to provide care and support through the trauma of the death of a loved one or friend. Our officers can provide a meaningful ceremony and assistance with arrangements. We also are available to conduct your wedding ceremony and offer pre-marriage counselling to help couples plan for their life together.
Child Dedications are a joyful event to thank God for your child.
Please enquire: (08) 9185 2148
mainly music is a 30-minute fun music session for families with babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. During the session children and their parents, grandparents or caregivers enjoy an interactive session of music and movement using instruments, rhymes, puppets and more. As well as enhancing motor skills, children learn literacy and numeracy, and enjoy singing new songs and old favourites. The mainly music session is followed by morning tea, where adults can chat and ‘recharge their batteries’ while children play. For more information view:- http://www.mainlymusic.org
Positive Lifestyle Program
The Programme aims to increase participant’s quality of life through one-on-one or group encounters between participants and facilitators. Individuals work through ten psycho-educational booklets.