The Salvation Army National Mission Statement: THE SALVATION ARMY exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

Wiarton Salvation Army Mission Statement:  THAT THE WIARTON CORPS would be a place where people turn from their sin and find forgiveness, healing, hope and new life; one where all feel welcome, accepted and appreciated; a place that gives priority to reaching out to youth and offers services and activities that are of interest to them; a church that is growing as it reaches out with the gospel of Jesus Christ to the un-churched and to those who have fallen away.

Vision: 
  • Spiritual Development – A place where people find Jesus Christ and grow spiritually.
  • Fellowship – A community where we feel that we belong and are valued.
  • Outreach – A church that is growing as it reaches out to others with the gospel of Jesus.
  • Youth – A place that gives priority to reaching out to youth and offers services and activities that are interest to them.

 

Staff:

Corps Officer / Pastor – Major R. Mary Millar

Community & Family Services Worker – Roni Delleman

Pathway of Hope Caseworker – Taia Anderson-McLeod

Trades Start Coordinator – Helen Wheeler

Guide By Your Side Coordinator – Ingrid Reichard

Cook – Deb VanderHeyden

Food Bank Worker – Lesley Oliver

Janitor – Vilma Gonzales

Senior Program Services Worker (First Nations) – Cheryl Jones

Program Services Worker – Trish Huber

Administrative Coordinator – Cathy Ostrom

Thrift Store Manager – Scott Concordia

Thrift Store Worker – Jan Wilkinson

Thrift Store Worker – Shannon Blyth

Thrift Store Worker – Matthew D’Orazio

Thrift Store Worker – Sharon Mundle

Thrift Store Worker – Zoe Daultrey

Thrift Store Worker – Teresa Ainslie

   

 

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