Kids Games 2016

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Cowboys Vs Aliens

For Kids grades 1 to 6

August 15-19, 2016
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

KidsGames is right around the corner and we here at the Church are excited to be planning it! This year, it’s Cowboys vs. Aliens, as we follow the story of Joseph from Genesis, and his time in the land of Egypt. Kids will learn about God’s love as they play games, sing songs, eat snacks, study the Bible, and build friendships. For all the information you need, check out our GoFundMe page –

(www.gofundme.com/sakidsgames)!

There you’ll find a link to donate, downloads for application forms (children and volunteers), and a full explanation of the event. Thank you for all your prayers and support. We look forward to the amazing work God will do in the hearts of the children!

Stuff the Bag Sales Event

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Christmas in July Kettles

CHRISTMAS IN JULY POSTER
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 22 and 23, 2016.
Please help your local Food Bank.

Summer Camps at Camp Sunrise!

For more information, click on the picture below!!
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Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

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

  • The Salvation Army Gave Him Hope -

    How would you feel if suddenly you had no income? This was the devastating consequence for Take (pronounced Tochy) after a ski accident prevented him from working. “I never thought that something so unexpected would happen to me,” says Take. “Or that my life would change so drastically.”

    For years, Take lived his Canadian dream. An immigrant from Japan, he was a self-employed auto mechanic in Vancouver and enjoyed Canadian culture. Life was good. Then, in an instant, everything changed.

    “I 2012 [...]

  • Summer Camp Changes Lives -

    Parents want the best opportunities for their children, but for thousands of Canadians struggling to make ends meet, sending a child to summer camp is an extra expense they simply can’t afford.

    "There's no way I could afford to send my kids to camp," says Tricia. “Salvation Army summer camp has been a godsend.” Despite having full-time employment Trish’s income doesn’t allow for extras like camp.

    Every year, thousands of individuals and children from low-income families attend Salvation Army summer camps. From [...]

  • Canada Post Strike -

    Due to a possible Canada Post work disruption,  we anticipate delays in receiving and processing any donations sent by mail. If you have already sent a donation to The Salvation Army by mail, please be assured that we will process it as soon as we are in receipt of your mailing. If you wish to make a donation but have not yet mailed it, please consider donating online at SalvationArmy.ca or by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY. Thank you for your support [...]