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 January 13, 2019, the Salvation Army celebrated 20 years of service to God and people in Simferopol.
Christmas and New Year in the Salvation Army is another opportunity to share with people the light and life that Christ brought to our world. And our good deeds and friendliness speak best of all.
This autumn the annual fellowship meeting for women from the Salvation Army in Russia was held in a new format. Instead of having a one big conference, we gathered women in three areas of Russia Command: St. Petersburg (October 6-7), Moscow (October 27-28) and Rostov-on-Don (November 10-11). This made it possible to invite more women to participate.