Armée du salut
Ejército de Salvación
Leger des Heils
1865 London UK
Founded 1865, London (UK), by General William Booth, as The Christian Revival Association, subsequently The Christian Mission. Present name adopted 1878. Became international in 1880. 1st International Congress 1886. Registered in accordance with UK law, with parallel registration in other countries. An integral part of the Christian Church although distinctive in government and practice.
Advance Christian religion; promote education; relieve poverty; carry out charitable activities beneficial to the community of mankind as a whole; maintain a spiritual and humanitarian ministry through Christian worship and evangelism; provide social services for the needy of all ages and groups, irrespective of race or religion.
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High Council; International Headquarters, located in London (UK); Commanders in 62 territories; Commands in 126 countries; Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission at UN, New York NY (USA); K-XK1840 - Salvation Army World Service Office (SAWSO).
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