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We are looking forward to meeting you on your first Sunday at The Salvation Army.
Our church services are each Sunday at 10am, at 41-45 Marine Avenue Port Lincoln.
There is ample parking in the parking lot beside the church and overflow parking behind the church.
Services usually go for around an hour and is followed by an informal coffee time.
What should I wear
Yes, you will see some people who wear uniforms, but in the main its pretty relaxed and very casual, so come as you are (really, we mean it).
We have our own in-house contemporary worship ministry band, they set the scene for an uplifting and vibrant gospel message. Within the service there is a time to share experiences and a confidential offering is taken up to support the work of the church. The words of all the music we sing is projected onto large TV screens, so nobody needs to know the words.
We love children at the Salvation Army, we are pretty child friendly. In the rear of the worship hall there are kids activities to keep them occupied if that helps.
We have a cry room, for babes in arms, with entrances in the foyer and in the chapel.
We have no steps.
There are toilets for people with mobilty issues in both the male and female toilets.
There is so much we could tell you about the Salvation Army but the most important thing for you to know is you are welcome here.
The Salvation Army Australia is an international Christian movement, united by faith and giving hope where it’s needed most. We’re involved in national issues while also bringing hope to people who may be experiencing hardship or injustice.
Since our foundations in nineteenth century London, we express our faith in charitable work to provide both the spiritual and the social support. We believe that with one hand we reach out to God and with the other we reach out to the world.
As both a church and charity, we can preach and speak about justice, compassion, and other issues that support the welfare of others and see them as a whole person – body, mind and spirit.