Programs for Spiritual Growth and Fellowship
Women’s Ministries – Home League
Women of all ages are invited to this active group that meets weekly with programs of mutual interest for personal enrichment and community service. Join us for special “Ladies Night Out” events throughout the year.
Junior Home League
A group for women ages 18-40, the junior home league meets several times a month for a relaxed time of fellowship. Activities range from bowling and movies to community service and game night.
The Men’s fellowship is geared toward men of all ages. The group meets one Saturday a month, to enjoy a hot breakfast together. If you love eating and talking, you’ll love this group!
Character Building Programs For Youth
Children and teens grades 1-12 are invited to participate in character building programs after school. The programs focus on helping kids develop life-skills, while creating a fun, safe environment for kids to enjoy. The programs include Sunbeams, Girl Guards, Adventure Corps Explorers, and Rangers.
Corps Cadets is a youth Bible study/Leadership Development program aimed at teens in grades 7-12. The program investigates the Bible in creative and intriguing ways, helping adolescents to better understand the Bible and its message.
Epicenter is a youth group for ages 12-25. The group focuses on
having fun and getting to know each other in a Christian environment. Food and hang-out time is the base, with various special trips and projects.
For more information on The Salvation Army’s youth programming, please contact us at (269) 344-6119.
For our friends ages 55 and older, Friendship Club meets Tuesdays at noon for a hot meal and fellowship with friends. Meetings include special interest programs on a wide variety of subjects as well as an annual trip to the Holland Tulip Festival.
The Friendship Club was started in 1975 by Major and Mrs. Davis. Bill Hunt, Sr. served as the emcee and led the singing for the group. Edyth Parker served as hostess. Then, the average weekly attendance was 100.
Today, the Friendship Club is led by Bill Hunt, son of Bill Hunt Sr, and is hosted by Terri George. While weekly attendance is not as robust as in previous years, the Friendship Club still enjoys good fellowship and programs.
The Friendship Club begins its 2011-2012 season on Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Those interesting in attending should RSVP 24 hours in advance at 269-344-6119