The Salvation Army has been actively serving America’s youth for over 120 years. Salvation Army corps community centers offer religious and character-building programs that can include Sunday school, youth troops, music classes, athletics and sporting events, arts and crafts, camping, and more. The Salvation Army gives all youth a chance to experience educational enrichment, life skills development, and spiritual and physical wellness. Such experiences allow these at-risk children and adolescents to envision and pursue better futures.

These youth enrichment programs are offered in conjunction with other family services that promote positive living. By offering helpful alternatives and hope, The Salvation Army assists at-risk youths and families to avoid social dysfunction and crime.

Salvation Army youth programs place special emphasis on activities that encourage character and life skills development. Through mentoring and education, disadvantaged children and teens are shown the possibility of a better life. Please contact your local Salvation Army for information on youth programs available in your area.

 

Weekly Schedule


Corps Cadets

12:00pm | Sunday
Teen Bible Study / Mentoring Ministry


Brownies Meeting

Monday | 6:00 pm


Girl Scouts Meeting

Monday | 6:00 pm


Dance Class

Mondays & Tuesdays | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


J.A.M.

Mondays & Tuesdays | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Joyous Arts Ministry includes drama, dance, and choir


Cub Scouts

Wednesdays | 4:00 pm


Sunday's Cool Club

Wednesdays | 4:00 pm
Ages 5-12


Corps Cadets

WHAT IS A CORPS CADET? A corps cadet is a young Salvationist who undertakes a course of study and training in his own corps in order to become more effective and efficient. The whole program is designed to enhance the value of his future service as a soldier, local officer or officer.

What are the Objectives?

  • To provide an atmosphere in which spiritual growth can occur through Bible study, doctrine study, prayer fellowship, tithing, service, witnessing, spiritual counsel of corps officers and locals.

  • Provide opportunities for development of leadership skills.

  • Provide exposure to Salvation Army history, policies and procedures.

  • Provide training and opportunities to develop soul-winning experiences through visitation campaigns, outdoor evangelism, witnessing, and eventually discipling other corps young people.


Girl Scouts & Brownies

Girl Scouts & Brownies work together, earn Girl Scout Awards, and explore their community. Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Girl Scout & Brownise meeting and move out to the community and wider world.



 
 

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