serving the community
Stirling Salvation Army
Stirling Salvation Army
Cook / coordinator
Cook / coordinator relief
Addiction Support Worker
When The Salvation Army’s founder William Booth was told by his son about all the homeless people sleeping on the banks of the Thames, his response was simple: ‘Go and do something.’ That was in the middle of the nineteenth century. But today The Salvation Army’s philosophy is exactly the same.Ahead of their time, the Booths took an innovative approach in demonstrating their faith by offering practical support to people in need out on the streets of London and beyond. As social justice reformers, a large part of their focus was on caring for people in a practical way, and to reaching out to ‘the poor and destitute.’The Booths abandoned the conventional concept of a church and a pulpit, instead taking their message to the people. Their fervor led to disagreement with church leaders in London, who preferred traditional methods. As a result, they withdrew from the church and traveled throughout England, conducting evangelistic meetings. Catherine and William walked the streets of London to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the poor, the homeless, the hungry, and the destitute.
The Salvation Army is a Christian organization and part of the universal Christian Church. Its message and the lifestyle it advocates are based on the Bible’s teaching. Its work is to make known the good news about Jesus Christ and to persuade people to become his followers.
Our Mission – Called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, The Salvation Army United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland exists to save souls, grow saints and serve suffering humanity.
Our Vision – As disciples of Jesus Christ, we will be a Spirit-filled, radical, growing movement, with a burning desire to lead people into a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, actively serve the community, and fight for social justice.
realising we can help people change with a person centre approach
We have Sunday morning Prayer Meeting
10.15 – 10.45
11.00 – 12.15
The recovery church is aimed at those in recovery but is open to anybody to attend and take part.
Wed 11.00 – 11.30
The addiction worker is there to support those with addictions and those in recovery.
Mon – Fri 9.00 – 17.00
Supplying a free three course meals and sign posting people to other services if they are not available on site.
Mon – Fri 15.00 – 1700
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience.
Saturday 11.00 – 12.30
Cocaine Anonymous is a Fellowship run by and for addicts seeking recovery.
Monday 12.00 – 12.00
N.A. is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.
Friday 14.00 – 15.00
Friends and families of problem drinkers find understanding and support at Al-Anon and Alateen meetings.
Thursday 10.30 – 12.00
I am simple here to help you on your journey into finding a good and fulfilling use of your time.
Tues – 12.15 – 16.00
We support people throughout the debt management plan. Help people to manage their money
Mon – 10.00 – 13.00
Tues – 09.00 – 16.00
Thur – Fri – 13.00 – 17.00
The shop was open to help meet the needs of the community and those we serve.
Mon – Fri 10.00 -14.30
Supplying affordable furniture with free delivery and pick up
Mon – Fri 10.00 – 17.00
Sat 10.00 – 16.00
Open Mon – Fri 10.00 – 13.30
10.00 – 11.30
Sausage,Bacon,Black pudding, Haggis or Egg £1.20
Double up for £1.40
Scramble Egg, Bacon Toast £1.50
Pancake with topping Bacon,
Banana and Syrup £1.75
Full Breakfast including tea and toast £2.50
11.30 – 14.00
Soup & Roll £1.25
Fish,Chips,Peas & Bread £3.00
Sausage,Chips & Beans £2.00
Cheese Burger & Chips £3.00
Chicken Nuggets & Chips £1.50
Ask about the special of the day
SOME OF OUR
“The Salvation Army has helped me many times with providing food and washing facilities. I enjoy the curry night as I get to meet different service users and we talk about how our
spiritual guidance helps in recovery”.
Help’s in my recovery
“I have been in recovery for many years and I enjoy coming to the curry night and other events as I am able to share my life journey with other service users and professionals”.
I share my journey with others
“Life has been a roller coaster ride for me through addiction and other traumas. But I am starting to find peace when I come for my meals and attend different services at the church.”
SOME OF OUR
“Great atmosphere, I was able to speak to the drug worker about my problems, and I was able to use the church to say some private prayers”.
found some peace
“I have come along way but still struggle at times, but have always had great support even when I have relapsed”
always there for you
“I have been working with the Salvation Army for sometime now and have always been well supported and never judged on my past.”
just one of the team
SOME OF OUR
“Have received great support from all the staff and encouragement and support when I have been struggling with events in life “.
the people have been there for me
“I have not got to the point of change yet, I know I can come in and be accepted the way I am but when that time comes I know everyone will there to help me through”
“I have been working with the Salvation Army on and off for many years and come in and do some cleaning for a few hours when I am able I am always made welcome.”
love the banter
If you are calling regards furniture or a pick up please call the Valley Furniture Project on :
All other enquires should be directed to the office below.
To God be the Glory