For women 16 years of age and up, this program provides activities to aid in the attainment of a fulfilled personal and family life therefore contributing to the betterment of society.
For men 16 years of age and up, this program has a three-fold purpose: evangelism, fellowship and service.
The Salvation Army is committed to sharing God’s love and message of Jesus Christ and hope through actively meeting human needs in His name without discrimination. Additionally we offer a number of positive ministry programs and events for young people that will help them to develop an unwavering and a non dualistic character while at the same time helping them to grow in an understanding of God’s love through a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is pleased to present the Ilene Knowlton Conservatory of Music. The music classes offered through this program are geared to enhance the lives of children ages 7 to 18 in their pursuit of musical excellence. Our classes are offered by experienced instructors in brass, guitar and piano All participants must participate in instrumental instruction and musical theory.
Baby Song is an exciting Salvation Army outreach program for babies, toddlers and their parents. Baby Song provides an opportunity for: parents to assist their babies in language development and interaction through music; babies to experience developmentally appropriate songs, activities and games; parents to build relationships with other parents; parents to gain parenting tips and information; and the church to reach out into the community.
A time of singing for children.
Moonbeams is a Christian holistic experience to help pre-k and k5 boys and girls to develop positive social and communication habits, artistic flare and giftedness.
Sunbeams is an enriching opportunity for girls grades 1-5 designed to help them learn about themselves and their expanding worlds through a variety of experiences including camping, music, games, activities, crafts and trips into the community.
Cub Scouts is a positive place where boys, grades 1-5 can enjoy safe, wholesome activities. The program focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills and developing a spirit of community service.
Girl Guards is an enriching opportunity for girls in grades 6-12 designed to help them learn about themselves and their expanding worlds through a variety of experiences including camping, music, games, activities, crafts and trips into the community.
Boy Scouts is available to boys grades 6-12. The program achieves the BSA’s objectives through The Salvation Army’s holistic approach of developing character, citizenship and personal fitness.
The overall goal of Junior Soldiers is to make sure our Salvation Army children have personally received Jesus Christ as their Savior and that they begin to be discipled in biblical truths, life applications, and Salvation Army principles and practices. We desire for them to mature as continually developing followers of Christ and active soldiers of The Salvation Army.
Some of the main objectives of the Junior Soldier program are:
- To help the Junior Soldier develop spiritual awareness.
- To increase their knowledge of the Bible.
- To give the Junior Soldier guidance in developing a lifestyle appropriate to their Christian faith.
- To offer instruction in Salvation Army history, principles and practices.
- To give the Junior Soldier opportunities for leadership and participation in various aspects of service.
This five-year discipleship and leadership development program is open to young people in 7th grade (or 13 years old) through 12th grade. Corps Cadets participate in Bible study, activities to develop their spiritual lives, ministry leadership training, and hands-on service projects. The goal of CROSSTraining is to prepare spiritually mature, committed leaders in the corps (church).