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Due to the current regulations regarding Co-Vid 19, social distancing and gatherings.
All our Worship services and activities are not operating at moment. You can join our worship services online - HERE.
Our Family Store in Lismore and Casino have now reopened.
Currently trading hours are
Casino - Monday - Friday 9am - 2pm
Lismore - Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm
*Emergency Assistance is provided over the phone via our Assessments team, please call 1300 371 288 and your assistance can be collected from our Goonellabah Office on Tuesday's from 9.30am - 12pm
Thanks you for your understanding in the matter at this time.
Whether you need hope or want to give hope, you’ve come to the right place. Lismore Salvos wants to impact your life, our community and our world. No matter where you find us, we think you’ll find friendly people who are excited to get to know you! Whether you're young in age or young at heart, you'll be able to find a place to belong.
We acknowledge the Widjabul people of the Bundjalung nation on the land where we meet today, who are the Traditional custodians of this land.
We further acknowledge and pay our respects to past and present Elders, giving thanks for their wisdom that has sustained their people since the beginning of time, and we pledge to support emerging and future generations
(background photo - Nightcap National Park)
Commitment to Reconcilation
The Salvation Army recognises the Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and custodians of our land. Our vision for reconciliation is to be a faith movement committed to equity, freedom and the righting of injustice.
We aim to respect, value and acknowledge the unique cultures, spiritualties, histories and languages of the oldest surviving culture in the world, and to engage in a unified and positive relationship with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities.