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This is the home page of The Salvation Army Caribbean Territory.

The Territory is comprised of sixteen countries; Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, French Guiana, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Kitts, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, and The Turks & Caicos Islands.


General Brian Peddle

WORLD LEADER OF THE SALVATION ARMY GIVES THANKS.

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War Cry Cover - Christmas 2019

War Cry Christmas 2019

The Christmas 2019 issue of the Caribbean Territory War Cry

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USS Soundcast

Soundcast

Wonderful Words of Life is a 15-minute weekly program delivering relevant Christian teaching, inspiring conversation, and great music from Salvation Army artists.

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Salvation Army in the Solomon Islands Responds to Cyclone and Coronavirus
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
08 July 2020
The Salvation Army has been working in the Burns Creek settlement in East Honiara to ensure food security and mitigate against a rise in crime
My Coronavirus Story: Patrik Herak (United Kingdom)
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
07 July 2020
Patrik shares how his Czech-speaking congregation has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and how God has made his presence felt
News Feature: Founders’ Day Video Features Renewed International Promise to Fight for Justice and Equality
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
01 July 2020
Inspired by the Founder of The Salvation Army's famous rallying call, this is a new working of 'I'll Fight' for 2020
Practical, Educational and Musical Salvation Army COVID-19 Responses Support Vulnerable and Needy People Worldwide
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
29 June 2020
Globally, in excess of 10 million cases of COVID-19 infection have now been recorded by the World Health Organization
My Coronavirus Story: Captain Astrid Carillo (Guatemala)
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
26 June 2020
The Salvation Army’s school coordinator for Guatemala reveals that, despite the difficulties of COVID-19, the situation is bringing people together.

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