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Join us this Easter

"This is how God showed His love for us: God sent His only Son into the world so we might live through Him." (1 John 4:9, MSG)

Easter is a weekend of celebration where Christians all over the world stop and take time to reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The Salvation Army community gathers twice over the Easter weekend, on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. During these gatherings, there is an opportunity to meet new friends, hear a faith-filled message of hope and discover more about who Jesus is.

Join us for church

You’re warmly invited to join us at one of our services over the Easter weekend. Please enter your postcode below to find your nearest Salvation Army church.

Prayer and personal support

Not able to join us this Easter? We’d love to pray for you!

Our prayer team is ready to receive your prayer request. Simply fill out the form below with your prayer needs. No matter how small or big, we believe that God hears our prayers when we bring our needs, uncertainty, pain, worries, or gratitude to Him.

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