Christmas in July Kettles

For children living in low-income families , summer can be the hungriest time of the year. Those who normally benefit from school feeding programs now have to find food in the home. HUNGER HURTS.
Our Christmas Kettles will be out all over the city July 17 and 18, 2015.
Please help your local Food Bank.

Kids Games 2015

Constructing the Body of Christ

For Kids Ages 6 to 12

August 17-21, 2015
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

See the poster by clicking on the graphic below.

Registration Forms are available. It needs to be filled out and bring it to the church. Registration hours are Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm. Acrobat Reader Required.

If you like to volunteer at Kids Games, application forms are available. Please fill it out and bring it to the church. Acrobat Reader Required.

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

Check out other Children’s and Adults’ Camp this summer!!


Each time you visit your local Chilliwack grocery store you have the opportunity to support The Chilliwack Food Bank by purchasing one of these BC Shares coupons.

Your $2 donation helps the Chilliwack Food Bank purchase fresh fruit, vegetables and other products from local grocery stores.

When you purchase a BC Share Coupon, the funds go directly into an account with our name on it.  When we are low on supplies, we will go to our local stores and use these funds to directly purchase food.

This is a great way to support your local food bank on a weekly basis.

For only $2 you can make a difference!

Stop by any grocery store in town today and make your contribution.

Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

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

  • A Legacy Gift that Exceeded all Expectations -

    This is the story of a generous woman, bright lights and her legacy. 

    Betty Bonnington (née Rogers) was born in rural Saskatchewan in 1927.  She moved to Toronto in 1952 to live near her future husband, Ken Bonnington.  Soon afterward, Betty and Ken married and in 1957 moved to West Vancouver, British Columbia. 

    Ken’s job in international collections created a comfortable lifestyle for the couple.  Sadly, Ken passed away in 2002.    

    Ken and Betty, who had no children of their own, shared [...]

  • My Journey as a Newcomer to Canada -

    On Canada Day, I celebrate freedom—peace. But adjusting to this new life was overwhelming. I’ll never forget the day my family and I landed as immigrants in Canada.

    It was Christmas 2005 when my husband, three children and I got off a plane in Winnipeg. We left Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, in search of a better life. The weather here was cold. We had some clothes, small household items and $100 to live on.  We couldn’t speak any English. We didn’t know [...]

  • When School is Out, Salvation Army Steps In -

    Toronto ON, June 25, 2015 – Summer is here and Salvation Army camps are gearing up to provide vulnerable children with the time of their life.

    “Salvation Army camps provide financially accessible camping opportunities to families in need,” says Captain Rick Zelinsky, Executive Director of The Salvation Army’s Ontario Camping Ministries. “Campers often come from difficult situations and camp is an experience like no other that can change young peoples’ lives and outlook forever.”

    The Salvation Army hosted its [...]