Edward Wright was one of the first two founding officers of the Salvation Army, New Zealand.
Albert and Sarah Burfoot played a significant pioneering role around New Zealand, including the first open-air meeting.
Members from Tawa Corps meet some of their Tongan sponsor children at a service for friends and neighbours at Nuku'alofa Corps in Tongatapu.
A documentary charting the history of the early days of The Salvation Army and its Founders, William and Catherine Booth, had its premiere in the...
The Salvation Army was 'The Christian Mission' for nine years of its early ministry, until William Booth changed the name.
The Bridge Programme, for individuals with alcohol and drug addiction, began in 1959.
The first public performance of Tom Aitken's play Ancestral Voices.
In the early days, The Salvation Army would send a group of people (called the Flying Brigade) into country areas where there were no corps to...
This photo shows the Salvation Army Maternity Home, Auckland (later and now known as Bethany), c1918.
The Salvation Army Life Saving Scout Group at Matarua in 1938.
George Arthur Pollard was one of the first officers sent to New Zealand by William Booth.
Major Elsie Ward was a well-loved retired Salvation Army Officer in Levin, known to many as the 'Cycling Major'.