The country’s first racing chaplain is going full time as part of a growing Salvation Army work in the racing industry.
The future of New Zealand is up for discussion at this year’s Just Action conference.
Students in the Rotorua area who have to change schools during the year are being helped to make the transition with 100 backpacks.
The demands of winter have seen thousands of Kiwis who don’t normally need help coming to The Salvation Army.
A new takeaway coffee cup is not only good for the environment, but is helping The Salvation Army do good for Kiwis.
Hundreds of Salvationists and Salvation Army supporters hit the streets last month for the annual Red Shield Appeal street collection.
Representative church leaders ask for more action in immigration, housing and social investment.
It’s a hefty goal to end poverty over breakfast, but business and community leaders were ready to play their part.
Salvationists were at the Wellington Gay Pride Festival in March as part of a ‘Faith Communities United in Love’ group with Presbyterians, Anglicans and Quakers.