The story of The Salvation Army in the Western South Pacific is still unfolding, but a glorious past is being captured in the regular magazine,...
The word 'foreign' was long ago banned from Salvation Army terminology.
The launching of a fishing boat that was built by employment trainees in Suva in the 1970s.
Salvation Army Aggressive Christianity Conventions were held annually from 1986 to 1996.
Trainees on an automotive course in Oamaru at The Salvation Army's Employment programme, 1990.
Trainees on a Salvation Army Works Skills Development course in Nelson in the 1980s building an adventure playground.
For much of the Army's history, nearly all its full-time staff were officers.
A mural painted by the trainees of The Salvation Army's Employment Programme in Whangarei 1988-89.
Over the years, a number of Salvation Army keywords and phrases have become iconic, helping to define the Army's mission.
An image showing a group of young men about to emigrate to Canada aboard the S.S. Letitia, sailing from Liverpool. A Salvation Army officer with...
The Salvation Army salute is given by pointing upwards with the index finger of the right hand.
The 'People's Palace' in Wellington which opened in 1908.