The Salvation Army in Russia
The Salvation Army began its ministry in Russia in 1913 and recommenced in 1991 after a break of almost 70 years. This ministry focuses on responding to the social needs of the country, as well as the spiritual needs of its congregations and local communities. The Salvation Army is registered in Russia as a Christian religious organization and is present in 14 locations throughout the country.
On September 23, 2018, the Annual Day of Prayer for the victims of human trafficking was held in the Salvation Army all over the world, as well as in Russia. The Salvation Army worldwide is committed to fighting with human trafficking.
The Salvation Army in Russia began preparations for the annual Self Denial Appeal (donations collected for the Salvation Army ministry). Every Sunday, from September 9 until the day of the Appeal, on October 14, on Sunday meeting, you will hear stories about how the Salvation Army serves different people around the world.