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Soldiers of The Salvation Army are Christians who have undertaken a specific covenant (or promise) regarding lifestyle and beliefs.
Becoming a soldier is a form of membership within the Salvation Army that involves a deep faith commitment firstly to God, but also to a community of faith. Some soldiers may wear a uniform as a representation of this commitment.
Becoming a soldier is a commitment that not everyone chooses to make. Alternatively, there is the opportunity to become an Adherant. Adherents are Christians who also pledge to support Carindale Salvo's.
Information classes are run throughout the year and provide a base of knowledge about the Salvation Army whilst extending participants in thier faith journey. At the completion of these class's particpants may choose to become a Soldier or an Adherant, but there is no obligation to do so.