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Hartford Citadel Corps

225 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 543-8413
Fax: (860) 520-8439

Corps Officers: Major Brian & Captain Christine Glasco

Major Brian & Captain Christine Glasco

Envoy Pat Wood

Associate Corps Officer: Envoy Patricia Wood

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10:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast (Kids)
10:00 a.m. Sunday School/Membership Class
11:00 a.m. Worship Service
12:00 p.m. Junior Church
12:30 p.m. Junior Soldier/Corps Cadets
2:00 p.m. Community Meal

4:00 p.m. Adherents Class at Hartford ARC

5:15 p.m. Praise Team Practice
5:30 p.m. Dinner
6:00 p.m. Kids Club
6:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries
6:30 p.m. Men’s Fellowship
6:30 p.m. Teen Drama and Leadership Development/Timbrels (Alternating Weeks)
7:00 p.m. Singing Company/Junior Sacred Dance

12:00 p.m. Ladies Noon Break
5:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery Dinner
6:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery Worship
7:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery Groups
8:30 p.m. New Hope Café

4:30 p.m. Step Group (Celebrate Recovery) at the Hartford ARC
5:30 p.m. Sacred Dance
6:15 p.m. Senior Songsters
7:00 p.m. Corps Band Practice and Beginner Band

8:00 a.m. VA Hospital Ministry (Every 2nd and 4th Friday)
6:00 p.m. Teen and Young Adult Fellowship (Ages 13 and Up)
7:00 p.m. Bible Study
8:00 p.m. Free Indeed (C.R.) Ministry at South Park Inn (Every 2nd and Last Friday)

9:00 a.m. Celebrate Recovery Leadership Development Training (Every Last Saturday)

Recent News

Volunteer Greeting(Major Brian Glasco welcomes 200 volunteers.)

Salvation Army of Greater Hartford Delivers
758 Dinners on Thanksgiving Morning

Volunteers provide warm greeting and hot turkey meal!

HARTFORD – Each year on Thanksgiving, The Salvation Army of Greater Hartford offers a full turkey dinner through its Holiday Meals Program, with all the trimmings, for homebound seniors. Thanksgiving is only one of two days each year (Christmas being the other) that the Meals on Wheels Program does not operate. Yet, these are the days when a hot, nutritious meal brought by a friendly visitor is generally most appreciated. How The Salvation Army responded...


Visiting the Newington Veterans Hospital

NEWINGTON - The modern version of the Salvation Army "Donut Girl” is today’s "Health Food Lady." "No more donuts… only healthy food," says Envoy Pat Wood, Hartford Citadel Associate Corps Officer, who has been visiting the Newington Veterans Hospital for over seven years. Envoy Pat and her army of volunteers come here twice a month, every month, and they serve over 200 vets every time they are here.

"I have so many wonderful memories...


Fashion Show

World of Fashion Makes Annual Stop in Hartford

Women's Auxiliary Fashion Show a Big Hit!

HARTFORD – The ladies gathered at the Pond House Café on October 24 for the always-exciting and always-fashionable Salvation Army of Greater Hartford Women’s Auxiliary Annual Fashion Show. There were several gentlemen also in attendance, checking out the food and the fashions, while soaking up the ambiance spread all around the room. Events details and who was there...

Pia Pyles(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.

Wellness Festival(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...


Home Show

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...