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Making disciples

The Salvation Army is a Christian movement that takes a holistic approach to support and provides opportunities for individuals and communities to find the spiritual guidance they may seek. As a part of its ultimate mission, The Salvation Army reaches out to all in need and is committed to spreading and showing the love of Jesus Christ, leading people to faith. Many initiatives and services provided by The Salvation Army present the opportunity for people to find the Christian guidance they may seek.

Cafe Salvo, Noble Park

Noble Park Cafe Salvos community lunch The Salvation Army’s Noble Park Mission Centre in the outer south eastern suburbs of Melbourne operates Café Salvo. Homeless men and women, welfare recipients and asylum seekers frequent the cafe. It is also a common sight to see shoppers, seniors or teachers on break coming to mingle with everyone. 
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The Basement, Adelaide Congress Hall

This year Adelaide Congress Hall launched its refurbished youth drop-in centre The Basement.
The Basement is designed as a safe place for young people to come, to be loved and cared for. It is the site for Adelaide Congress Hall’s youth and young adults ministry and community outreach programmes.
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