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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 André Cox

INTERNATIONAL LEADER OF THE SALVATION ARMY BRINGS A CHALLENGING NEW YEAR MESSAGE.

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CD Cover - The ISB Plays the Music of John Larsson

Larsson in Brass

The ISBs latest CD, Larsson in Brass available from Salvationist Publishing and Supplies Online Store

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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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Many say ‘Oui’ in Ouagadougou during Salvation Army Burkina Faso launch
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
31 August 2018
Celebrations to mark the official opening of The Salvation Army in Burkina Faso were overseen by International Secretary for Africa, Comr Benjamin Mnyampi
One hundred new soldiers enrolled to mark 100 years of The Salvation Army in Cuba
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
31 August 2018
The August gathering of around 1,100 Salvationists and friends in Havana also marked the first overseas engagement for General Brian Peddle
Volume Nine of The History of The Salvation Army launched
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
30 August 2018
‘Emotionally moving’ was a theme that infused the launch of a new book authored by General Shaw Clifton (Rtd) at a special IHQ gathering
Prime Minister Theresa May visits innovative Salvation Army modern slavery project in Nigeria
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
30 August 2018
Theresa May visited The Salvation Army in Lagos, Nigeria, to learn more about one of its programmes designed to combat modern slavery
Salvation Army Lombok quake response continues
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
29 August 2018
Recovery, medical and support work is continuing in Lombok, Indonesia, following the damaging earthquake which struck on 29 July

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