At The Salvation Army, people of all ages and backgrounds feel they can belong and participate in healthy community activities. We offer a place where you can connect with a family of people and have a sense of belonging. A place where you can begin to enjoy all that God has for you; a place where everyone has an opportunity to contribute positively within the community.
Below we have listed some of the groups of activities available at our Corps. Please visit the links for more details or feel free to call us.
Designed to make you feel welcome, help discover God and His purpose for you, challenging spiritual growth and personal development. Every person is of value, and thus we nurture the culture of treating every one with dignity and respect.
Gnr8 Sunday School
An opportunity for children to enjoy their own lively and interactive way of learning about Jesus through stories, singing and crafts. For children aged 2-11.
Sunday 10:15am every second week
Prayer meetings help us connect with God, and are a vital ingredient to the ongoing spiritual and holistic development of ourselves and the church.
Small groups meet each week or fortnight tp study the Bible, to share in friendship and to discuss matters of mutual importance.
Call 6261 2353 to connect
An eager group of women who want to fellowship while proactive. Joining together these women are energised while sharing in craft and discovering new skills. Please come along and join in by bringing your own craft, or participte in ongoing projects. A cuppa is always on offer.
The program aims to increase participant's quality of life through one-on-one or group encounters between participants and facilitators. Individuals work thtough 8 psycho-educational booklets.
Call 6261 5996 for an appointment
The Community Support Service Centre provides emergency relief in the form of food parcels and vounchers as a way of assisting people who find themselves in difficult circumstances.
Monday, Wednesday and Fridays only 10am - 1:30pm P: 6261 5996
Selling affordable good quality clothing, bric-a-brac and furniture and the occasional unusual item of interest. Donations of clean quality clothing and all other household itmes are most appreciated. Winter see us seeking extra donations of warmer clothing, blankets and coats.
5 High St New Norfolk: Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm P: 03 6261 4331