Worship and Service
Salvation Army corps are first and foremost a church, where local residents gather in worship both on Sundays and during the week. Corps offer a variety of local programs for adults, youth and elderly residents that help them grow spiritually. Typical programs include after-school programs for youth, fellowship groups, Bible study, recreational programs and more.
Local Salvation Army corps throughout the National Capital Area also provide critical assistance through an array of social service-based programs and services. Many operate local food and clothing pantries. Many provide emergency housing and financial assistance. All participate in times of disaster to help their local communities recover from nature’s sometimes devastating effects.
Salvation Army corps are managed by local Salvation Army officers and their experienced, dedicated and hard-working staff of employees, professionals, case managers and volunteers. Each and everyone is a welcoming face and a helping hand to the communities they serve.
Information about a Corps in your area can be found under locations.