The Salvation Army prepares Positional Statements that briefly state the view of the organisation on moral or social issues. These statements are not binding on Salvationists but are published for their guidance and for the information of the general public.
The Salvation Army, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory has published the following Positional Statements:
The Salvation Army has also published additional international positional statements that can be found on the International Headquarters website. This includes topics such as human trafficking, suicide prevention and the relationship between The Salvation Army and the State.
Salvation Army produces discussion documents that provide reflection on the intersection of faith in the everyday world.
The role of the Moral and Social Issues Council (MASIC) is to study and formulate responses on significant moral, religious and social issues. Its purpose is to help empower The Salvation Army to take a proactive stance on such issues and to assist and support Salvationists in their decision-making in daily life.
Click here to send an email to the Council's chairperson.