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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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The Salvation Army in Korea Wrestles with Second Wave of Coronavirus
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
08 September 2020
The Salvation Army has taken a lead in demonstrating responsible and appropriate action as COVID-19 confirmed cases rise in the Republic of Korea.
My Coronavirus Story: David S. Massaquoi (Liberia)
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
04 September 2020
Managing Change and Striving for Excellence: How The Salvation Army's education team in Liberia has gone the extra mile
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response Strategy Launched Online and Across Social Media Platforms
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
01 September 2020
This September, The Salvation Army will be launching Fight for Freedom, the new International Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response Strategy.
Salvation Army’s Canadian Chaplains Caring Through COVID-19
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
14 August 2020
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, four Salvation Army chaplains from across Canada share how they are coming alongside others
The Salvation Army Partners with Government to Provide New Home for Refugees in Italy
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
11 August 2020
A new residential facility has opened in Rome, Italy, this month, providing permanent accommodation for up to 14 refugees

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