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The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice. The Army’s doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasize God’s saving purposes. Its programs are centered abound the advancement of the Christian religion … of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole…

Below is a list of programs offered, based on location – either at The Salvation Army Center for Worship, located at 5328 24th Street East in Bradenton, or at our administrative office, 1204 14th Street West in Bradenton.  For more information about Center for Worship

Sunday Services

  • Sunday School, 9:30 am
  • Worship, 10:45 am

Youth Programs

  • Tuesdays, during the school year, 5:30, dinner included
  • Annual Vacation Bible School Event

Bible Study and Prayer

  • Tuesdays, 10 am

Women’s Ministry

  • Thursday, 9:45 AM
  • Bradenton Busy Bees (scrap booking, card making, stamping, Bible journaling, etc), 3rd Saturday of each month, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Crop for a Cause, February 14-17, 2019

Social Services Programs

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Program Director/Business Administrator
Julia Showers – 941-748-5110, ext. 121 – julia.showers@uss.salvationarmy.org

Volunteer Coordinator
Melissa Fernandez – 941-748-5110, ext. 127 – melissa.fernandez@uss.salvationarmy.org

Media Inquiries, Donations and Planned Giving
Kelly French – 941-757-5773 kelly.french@uss.salvationarmy.org

To schedule a donation pick-up, call
1-800-SA-Truck(1-800-728-7825) or visit www.satruck.org

For Shelter, Financial Assistance or Christmas Assistance
941-748-5110

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Worship Center

5328 24th Street East,
Bradenton 34203

Phone

(941) 748-5110

Administration & Social Services

1204 14th Street West,
Bradenton 34205

Phone

(941) 748-5110

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