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Bible Study/Prayer Meeting 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays (The Last Week of the Month).
Women's Ministries 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays (The Last Week of the Month).
Youth Music Program 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays.
Breakfast Fellowship 9:30 a.m. on Sundays.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. on Sundays.
Holiness Meeting 11:00 a.m. on Sundays.
(Major David Champlin, Divisional Commander,
with Lieutenant Steven Thomas.)
New Officers Now Serving!
HARTFORD – Each year, many officers who serve our
locations take on new appointments. These decisions result in officers moving
in and out of our various locations, including several within the Southern New
England Division. As some of our communities are now under new leadership, on
July 16, their new officers came to Divisional Headquarters (DHQ) for a warm
welcome by officers and staff. These officers also learned more about how the
various departments and processes in the division function and had any and all
of their questions answered. Read about the new officers and where they are located...
(Ray Andrewsen and Major Dean Satterlee kicked off
the Red Kettle Campaign on AM 1220 WQUN.)
Greater New Haven Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign
Donations and Angel Tree Help Needed
NEW HAVEN – The Salvation Army in Greater New Haven
just kicked off this year’s Red Kettle Campaign on AM 1220 WQUN, with
Major Dean Satterlee, New Haven Corps Officer, being interviewed by his
Advisory Board Chairperson, Ray Andrewsen. As area need continues locally, The
Salvation Army needs donations at its kettles throughout Greater New Haven and
help in buying presents through its Angel Tree program. For the latter, there
are still 400 Angel Tree tags that need to be claimed. More about the Angel Tree program and how Greater New Haven needs are met...
Visiting the West Haven VA Medical Center
WEST HAVEN - The Salvation Army in Greater New Haven, which just provided 275 families with gift cards for Thanksgiving meals, recently visited the VA Connecticut Healthcare System: West Haven Medical Center, to honor the veterans and wish them a Happy Thanksgiving. Socks and walker caddies were distributed as The Salvation Army met with over 200 veterans. Once this Salvation Army kicks off its kettle season next Tuesday, plans are already in place to visit this same center and seven other nursing homes and veterans hospitals to spread more holiday cheer in early December.
(Major Robert S. Kountz,
Providence Citadel Corps Officer, being welcomed by Major Dave Champlin,
Southern New England Division Welcomes New Officers!
HARTFORD – If you get the opportunity to visit some of our locations (either in person or online), you may notice some new faces, new names, or some officers with new responsibilities. This is because several of our communities are now under new leadership. On July 17, new officers came to Divisional Headquarters for a warm welcome by its officers and staff. They also learned more about how the various departments and processes in the division work and had all of their outstanding questions answered. More details on these changes...
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