The Salvation Army Temple Corps in Cleveland is dedicated to serving the men, women, and children who are at-risk and in need of financial, social service, and spiritual support. We work everyday to elevate individuals up from despair to provide hope and assistance. In teaching life skills, we provide individuals with an opportunity to maximize their physical, emotional, and spiritual being to effect life change.
Hours of Operation
HOURS OF OPERATION
Office & Social Services: Monday - Friday | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Food Pantry: Monday - Thursday | 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Join Us for Worship
JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
Sunday School: 9:30 am | Sunday Morning Worship: 10:45 am
The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church that provides opportunity for spiritual growth and development. Our services are designed for the entire family and there is always a friendly welcome. Bible studies are offered with a concentration on real-life issues that confront so many of us today. The Salvation Army offers opportunities to provide worship and Christian service. All are welcome!
Ways to Donate to Cleveland Temple Corps
WAYS TO DONATE TO CLEVELAND TEMPLE SALVATION ARMY
The Salvation Army is a non-profit organization wholly funded by private and public donations. Your gift, of any amount, is needed to support our important community programs. Please take this opportunity to make a donation now to help those in Cleveland Temple Corps who are in need. Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
Mailing in a Check? Please make checks to (memo: Cleveland Temple Corps Salvation Army):
|The Salvation Army
17625 Grovewood Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44119
|or||The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters
ATTN: Development Department
2507 E. 22nd Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Programs & Services
Meeting basic needs of all who come seeking help. With 'heart to God and hand to man', The Salvation Army strives to meet the basic needs of all who come seeking help. Taking immediate care of the basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing and safety is an important first step in the development of a more positive and permanent life change in the people we help.
It is essential to note that at no time the participation in spiritual activities be required as a condition for receiving needed services. All service given in the name of Jesus for meeting human needs and caring for hurting persons is in and of itself valued and is a spiritual ministry.
For more information about the following programs and services, please call (216) 692-1388 or follow the link to see a comprehensive daily and monthly schedule of events.
|Current List of Programs and Services|
|Children’s Group||Food Pantry|
|Christmas Assistance||Gospel Performing Arts|
|Community Care Ministry||Men's Group|
|Community Center (Recreation & Educational Activities)||Music Instruction|
|Energy Assistance||Vacation Bible Study|
|Educational Activities||Woman's Group|
The Advisory Council stands in service to the mission of The Salvation Army and is an essential component to its success. The purpose of the Advisory Council is to be a liaison between The Salvation Army and the community at large.
The Council represents The Salvation Army to the community through advocacy, access, and fundraising. The Council also ratifies all major initiatives and monitors operations in light of community realities, property matters, budgets, and related items.
Interested in learning more about the Advisory Council or becoming a member? Please call (216) 861-8185 or email Major Thomas Applin, Divisional Secretary of Greater Cleveland at email@example.com
|Advisory Council Roster|