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A Real Church for Real People!

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 300 Seneca Ave Havre de Grace MD 21078  See map

It's true we are a church. A church that puts into practice what we preach. To do exactly what Jesus did share the gospel and help those in need.  We are always looking for help to spread the mission and are looking for participants and volunteers to help. From stocking the food bank shelves, to cooking for our Feet on the Street ministry, to sitting and absorbing the message of Jesus Christ. If you're looking for a christian church, faith-based organization to devoted some of your time to, we would love to have you. Everyone is welcome!

Our Mission:

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.

Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

 

Our Vision:

Motivated by the love of God, as a leader in Christian faith-based human services, The Salvation Army is committed to serving the whole person, body, mind and spirit, with integrity and respect, using creative solutions to positively transform lives.

Tuesday

Parent and Child Development

Dinner begins at 5:30pm in the Community Room and is served by Group Leaders Connie Heeter, Laurie Werner, Linda Woody, Karen DeHaven. Music program begins at 5:45 pm with instruction on brass instruments with Group Leader Shane DeFries. At 6:00pm parents can attend a Bible Study called "Going Deeper" by Max Feener with Group Leader Frank Roth. Girls ages 5-11 will be taught everything from manners, to cooking, to art appreciation and beyond in Sunbeams with Group Leader Shelley DeFries. Girls ages 12-18 will learn community responsibility, first aid, physical fitness, and more with Group Leader Tracey Guilliams. Boys ages 5-14 will learn indoor games, manners, outdoor cooking, and sports with Group Leaders Tom Guilliams and Lester Hall.

Wednesday

Women's Group

Women ages 16 and up gather at 7:00pm for 1 of 4 program features-education, service, worship, or fellowship. Coffee and refreshments follow. Group Leaders-various

Men's Fellowship ages 16 and up gather at 7:00pm for bible study and coffee in the board room. Occasionally there is a project around the church that the men tend to.

 

Sunday

Barefoot Ministries begins at 10:00am and is geared towards the youth but can be enjoyed by all ages. An upbeat, holy spirit filled time, with music, dancing, interactive biblical illustrations. Continental breakfast fellowship this time of worship.

Morning Worship begins a 11:00 am is focused on holiness. An upbeat traditional worship service focusing on how to seek and lead a holy life it's personal, practical, life-changing, and thoroughly revivalistic.

Feet on the Street A ministry to Harford and Cecil Counties homeless; using The Salvation Army Food Canteen to serve meals, blanks, and the gospel of Jesus Christ.                      

How to find us: 

We are located on   Seneca Avenue in Havre de Grace. Seneca Avenue is off of Revolution Street, across from Pat's Pizza and Franks Pizza.

If you are coming from Aberdeen-take Rt 40 to Revolution Street, immediately after Pat's Pizza on the left, Seneca Avenue will be to your right, we are 3/4 of the way down on the right.

If you're coming from Cecil County-take Rt 40 over Hatem Bridge to Havre de Grace. At the first light make a left turn, go to the next light and make a right on Juniata Street. Go to the next light and make a right onto Revolution Street.  Before you get to  Pat's Pizza on the right, you'll see Seneca Avenue on the left, turn on to Seneca and we are 3/4 of the way down on the right.

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