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Salvation Army Officers

Operations of The Salvation Army Virginia Peninsula are supervised by trained, commissioned officers. They proclaim the gospel and serve as administrators, teachers, social workers, counselors, youth leaders, and musicians. These men and women have dedicated their lives, skills, and service completely to God. Lay members who subscribe to the doctrines of The Salvation Army are called soldiers. Along with officers, they are known as Salvationists. Read More


Salvation Army Soldiers

The soldiers of The Salvation Army (wearing blue epaulets), the committed laity, are local citizens in communities throughout the U.S. who give allegiance to the doctrines and disciplines of the Army. There are approximately 450,000 soldiers in the United States. Read More


National Advisory Board

Distinguished members of The Salvation Army’s National Advisory Board are notable community leaders who voluntarily use their professional skills and knowledge to plan, advise and generally assist The Salvation Army on issues of national significance. Drawn from local advisory organizations, these men and women make a practical difference on The Salvation Army’s ability to serve communities in need.  National Advisory Board Members

Salvation Army Volunteers

From its inception, The Salvation Army has relied heavily on volunteers who support it’s programs. Often referred to as “the army behind The Army,” volunteers play a crucial role The Salvation Army’s ability to provide quality social services for the entire community. Read More