Church and Worship Ministry
Yes, we are a church!
We met together for worship Sunday mornings at 10:30am.
What can you expect?
A warm and friendly welcome
A blend of traditional and contemporary music
A desire to connect you to Jesus Christ and others through worship, fellowship, and service in our community.
Community and Family Services
TEMPORARY RELOCATION for our Bread & Produce
1302 4 Ave S, Lethbridge, Front Lobby:
Tuesday: 10am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm
Thursday: 10am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm
Individuals or families can receive bread, produce and other food items, depending on what is available, from our Community and Family Services. We ask that you come once a week to allow for everyone to be able to access this service. ID is required.
We abide by all current health standards.
Thrift Store - Opening in 2022
At this time we are unable to accept donations of gently used items (clothing, housewares and furniture) due to the construction at our new Thrift Store location. We thank you for your support and can hardly wait until we reopen and begin accepting items again!
We are still accepting new toys for our Toys for Tots program as well as monetary donations to support our programs.
We sell gently used clothing, housewares, furniture, and other items generously donated by the public. We also receive donations of brand-new product including clothing, toys, furniture, and other items from local businesses.
All the monies made at our Thrift Store stay local and help with local Salvation Army Community and Family Services programming.
Emergency and Disaster Services
We respond to emergencies and disasters of various sizes. We provide support to first responders and those displaced with practical and much needed assistance.
As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to make a lasting impact. Whether it’s by serving a meal, standing beside a Christmas kettle or helping in our thrift store you can make a difference in the lives of others and in your own personal journey. Well dedicated volunteers help us to fulfill our commitment to providing for those in need, many volunteers also find meaning themselves in giving back, learning new skills and building connections in their community.