Easter Weekend Events

Good Friday Service: Friday, April 3rd, 2015, 10 am at The Salvation Army Community Church. Potluck lunch following the service.

Easter Saturday: Saturday, April 4th, 2015, 4 pm to 7 pm -Games, Pizza and Easter Egg Decorating at The Salvation Army Community Church GYM. This event is for kids and families.

Easter Sunday Service: Sunday, April 5, 2015, 10 am at The Salvation Army Community Church followed by a GIGANTIC Easter Egg Hunt for children/youth of all ages. Coffee and Refreshments.

Friday, March 27, 2015, 7:30 pm at Salvation Army Chilliwack Community Church.  Tickets are $20

Junior Action

A Salvation Army Discipleship program geared to children ages 7 and up. Wednesdays at 5:30 pm.

Coldest Night of Year Toques - $10

Camp Sunrise - Holiday Camp

Camp Sunrise is run by The Salvation Army and is a member of Christian Camping International, Fellowship of Christian Camps BC, and is also an accredited member of the British Columbia Camping Association. It offers children a unique opportunity to grow in a safe and nurturing community.

This summer, The Salvation Army Chilliwack sending a group of kids ages 7-12 to attend Camp Sunrise from July 20 - 25, 2015. This action packed week costs $315.00, however Salvation Army does provide assistance for families that are unable to pay the full amount. The Salvation Army also provides transportation for students to and from camp at no additional cost.

Registration forms can be picked up at The Care & Share office (45746 Yale Rd) or the church office (46420 Brooks Ave.) or download both forms on the links below. Registration forms need to be dropped off at the church office or Care & Share Office before June 12, 2015. Registration is limited and spots are granted on a first come first serve bases. It is Salvation Army’s goal to see 30 elementary students attend camp each year from the Chilliwack area.

Holiday Camp Registration Form 2015
Camper Medical form 2015

Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

Note: These links will take you to the National SA website.

  • Allison Finds Safety and Hope at The Salvation Army -

    Allison, a victim of domestic abuse, finds safety and comfort for her family at The Salvation Army’s Moms and Tots program.

  • Canadian Newcomers Find Welcome -

    Statistics Canada reported that more than a million people immigrated to Canada between 2006-2011, making the total foreign-born population nearly 6.8 million and accounting for over 20 percent of the country’s total population.

    Upon arrival, these newcomers face obstacles that prevent societal integration, including language, culture and legal barriers, and so The Salvation Army steps in.

    Atlantic Refugee and Immigrant Services (ARIS)

    The Salvation Army’s Atlantic Refugee and Immigration Services (ARIS) in Spryfield, N.S., offers new immigrants assistance with Permanent Resident Card renewals, [...]

  • Salvation Army Helps Low-Income Families and Individuals Prepare Their Tax Returns -

    It’s income tax time and The Salvation Army is offering no-cost income tax assistance to low income individuals and families.

    “The cost of filing an income tax return can be overwhelming for people who are hurting financially,” says Joanne Minaker, executive director for The Salvation Army’s community services in Peterborough, Ont. “For example, what a single person on social assistance would pay an accountant or tax clinic to prepare their return could buy them two weeks’ worth of groceries.”

    Across the country, [...]