WHO ARE WE?
We are the Heritage and Archives Centre of The Salvation Army of New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa Territory.
We are the official repository of historical material for the territory.
The Heritage and Archives Centre is situated in the physical building of Booth College of Mission - the Training College for New Zealand.
We are part of the wider structure of The Salvation Army NZFTS Territory.
To protect and preserve the heritage of The Salvation Army in New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa (NZFTS) Territory.
WHAT WE DO
Our main purpose is the preservation and provenance of our documents and artifacts. We have a number of functions, including:
- Preservation and protection
Our collections is comprised of artifacts and records from The Salvation Army, New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa Territory, including;
- War Cry periodical and historical publications
- Visual Images
- Music and Instruments
- Corps Histories
The Heritage Centre & Archives reserves the right to charge research fees.
Any fees charged would be agreed prior to the research being undertaken.
For visits, tours and research enquiries, please contact us.
Heritage Centre & Archives
Booth College of Mission
20 William Booth Grove
Upper Hutt, 5140
Phone: + 64 4 528 8628
Additional Salvation Army resources
There are numerous Salvation Army research sites around the world. The Salvation Army's International Heritage Centre is a must for any researcher interested in the work of the Army.
The Salvation Army International Heritage Centre