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Salvation Army (Irvine)

Salvation Army (Irvine)

Charity registered in Scotland SC009359

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. \n\nIts message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by love for God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in his name without discrimination.\nThe Salvation Army - a growing, loving community of people dynamically living God's mission in a broken world -: \nThe Salvation Army raised up by God for the work of: Transforming Lives Caring for People Making Disciples Reforming Society \nRecognising that God is always at work in the world we value: Human Dignity Justice Hope Compassion Community -


Current opportunity

We have a very relaxed workplace and we like to have fun although we still have to work hard. Volunteers will be trained in sorting, stock, tagging, till work, customer service and merchandising. Opportunity is at 93 High Street, Irvine, KA12 0AL Monday - Saturday 9am-5pm Volunteers expected to do no more than 2 hours per week.

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Alcholic turned addiction worker

"I know how you feel" is often a well meaning lie. But when Ronnie Boyle speaks to recovering alcoholics it's the absolute truth. Read how Ronnie is using his personal experience to help others overcome their addictions through a Salvation Army programme in Aberdeen. Read more

From homelessness to harmony

A new choir composed of residents and staff at our Lifehouses made its debut appearance prior to Christmas. Forming part of The Salvation Army's ministry to the whole person, the choir provides and outlet for anyone with an interest in singing, whilst building self-esteem and hel… Read more

MSP visits Eagle Lodge Care Home

Ben Macpherson, MSP for Edinburgh Northern and Leith recently visited our Eagle Lodge Care Home in his constituency where he praised the specialist care for dementia sufferers. Read more

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