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10:00 AM – Sunday School
11:00 AM – Worship Service
9:00 AM - Noon – Social Services Hours
9:00 AM - Noon – Food Pantry
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM – The Right Place Early Learning Program
3:30 - 5:00 PM – After School Program
3:30 - 5:30 PM – Teen Gym
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays:
6:00 - 8:00 PM – Drum Corps
6:00 - 8:00 PM – Drill Team
6:00 - 9:30 PM – Men's Basketball and Bible Study
5:00 - 7:00 PM – GED Class
5:00 - 6:00 PM – Adult Bible Study
6:00 - 8:00 PM – Praise Team Rehearsal
4:00 - 5:00 PM – Women's Home League
6:00 - 7:30 PM – Jr. Women's Home League
5:30 - 7:00 PM – Teen Club
5:30 - 6:30 PM – Kids Church
7:00 - 8:00 PM – Men's Leadership Group
5:30 - 7:30 PM – Young Life
6:00 - 7:00 PM – Guitar and Bass Lessons
Every Other Friday:
8:45 - 9:15 AM - FoodShare
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM – Men's Basketball
12:30 - 3:30 PM – Pee Wee Basketball League
Summer Day Camp
Mondays - Fridays:
11:30 AM -3:30 PM
(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...
(Not to be confused with the "Builders"...
Salvationists at the show: North End Corps Sergeant-Major - Carlton Smith;
Greater Hartford Area Coordinator - Major Brian Glasco; and North End Corps
Officer - Captain Brian Thomas.)
67th Home & Remodeling Show
And The Salvation Army Team-Up for Success
HARTFORD - The Home Builders & Remodelers Association
of Central Connecticut held their 67th Connecticut Home & Remodeling Show
at the Connecticut Convention Center on February 28 and March 1 and 2. It was a
perfect weekend for the show... too cold to do any outside projects and no
snowstorms to prevent anyone from driving to the Convention Center. The event
is considered “Connecticut’s Largest Home Show” and it
certainly lived up to that. It was crowded for all three days, with many
families checking out home improvement, building, and remodeling exhibits
featuring thousands of ideas for the home and yard.
The Salvation Army of Greater Hartford participated in the event with their
Emergency Disaster Services truck (EDS). More about EDS and Major Glasco responds...
Achievement First Gives Back Again
Hartford school donates food to people in need!
HARTFORD – We just celebrated a wonderful
Thanksgiving holiday, where we served many individuals and families who were in
need. It’s the time of the year when people are thankful for what they
have are willing to help those who are less fortunate.
Generously, the children from Achievement First Hartford Academy Elementary
School collected food again this year to help those in need. Continuing a great tradition...
Connecticut Veteran’s Day Parade
Salvation Army and U.S. Army Marching Together!
HARTFORD – The Salvation Army has a long history of
serving soldiers and the Connecticut Veteran’s Day Parade was no
exception! On Sunday, November 3rd, The Salvation Army participated in the 14th
Annual Connecticut’s Veteran’s Day Parade in Hartford – the
largest in New England. How The Salvation Army participated...
Promote The Positive About Hartford
An Excerpt from a Journalism & Media Academy's Article by Natalie Ruff
HARTFORD - ...We need more places like the Salvation Army North End, a place where the community can come together and get the help they need with things like daycare, worship, internships, tutoring, and so much more.
Captain Brian Thomas, who knows his kids, adults, and preteens, and young adults individually, runs The Salvation Army program. He takes the time to create a welcoming, safe, and fun environment for not only North End children, but children for anyone who wishes to visit. People are like family there, which is what our community needs more of. A place that feels like home instead of false cruel reality given by media.
Read Natalie's entire article...
( North End volunteers working Asylum
Street water station: Divisional Commander Dave Champlin, Jerel, Carlton Smith,
Emil Southerland, and Captain Brian Thomas.)
(Volunteers from Manchester Corps with
Major Doug Jones, middle, at Laurel Street water station.)
Ready, Set, Go!
Salvation Army Runners/Volunteers Participate in
Sandy Hook Run
HARTFORD – The Sandy Hook Run for the Families 5K was held Saturday
morning, March 23rd, in Downtown Hartford. A record crowd for a Hartford race
of both participants and spectators gathered in the City for this special
event. How we participated...
(Pia Pyles welcomed to Greater Hartford Advisory Board by Major Glasco.)
Pyles Joins Greater Hartford Advisory Board
HARTFORD – The Salvation Army’s Major Brian Glasco, Greater Hartford Area Services Coordinator, inducted new member Pia M. Pyles, to the Greater Hartford Advisory Board at their March 13 meeting. Ms. Pyles, a graduate of Howard University and Georgetown University Law Center, is an attorney for the State of Connecticut’s Department of Developmental Services. Her duties include supervising and administering the Abuse/Neglect Registry and the Associated Administrative Hearing Process.
Major Brian Glasco said, "It has been our goal to build the Greater Hartford Advisory Board into one of the best in the Southern New England Division, if not in the entire Army. Pia is another wonderful individual that will help us attain this lofty goal. I feel blessed to have her join our board and I, as well as the other members, look forward to working with her."
Pia has already volunteered with the Army at the recent NBC CT Health & Wellness Festival. There, she served as a guide for the Emergency Disaster Services Canteen that was on display at the Connecticut Convention Center that weekend.
(NBC CT anchor/ reporter Todd Piro interviewing Major Steve Lopes.)
All is Well at NBC CT Health & Wellness Festival
HARTFORD – The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services Canteen (or
mobile kitchen) served as an "official" booth at the NBC festival on March 9
and 10 at the Connecticut Convention Center. Visitors were given tours by The
Salvation Army's officers, staff, advisory board members, and volunteers. The
most popular line heard from the visitors was… "I didn’t know the
Army does that!" Many interested visitors stopped by, including Guidas’
SUPERCOW. SUPERCOW rings the bell and our history of disaster response...
The 66th Home Show is History!
HARTFORD – The Salvation Army's Emergency Disaster Services Mobile
Canteen was parked at the Connecticut Convention Center for the Home &
Remodeling Show on March 1, 2, and 3. A large crowd visited the event and
stopped by the canteen to view the truck, meet the crew, or to tell the staff
and volunteers stories about their life experiences with the Army. The show was
"worked" by Greater Hartford Officers, Advisory Board members, Development and
Program staff, and volunteers. Pictures and Major Brian Glasco and Lisa G. Cretella reflect...