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Youth Council (Salvation Army)

Youth Council (Salvation Army)

Youth Council
(Salvation Army)

AARON HUMES Reporting: The annual Youth Council of the Salvation Army Church took place today in Belize City on Sunday, March 16.

Members of the three main corps, or units, of the Christian organization, met at the main church on Cemetery Road in Belize City this morning for a worship service followed by the official gathering in the afternoon, highlighted by a quiz contest.

Participating corps included Georgeville/San Ignacio, Belize City Northside, Belize City Central and Salvation Army Primary School.

Leaders/Pastors (Salvation Army Church)

Leaders/Pastors
(Salvation Army Church)

Guest speaker at the Youth Councils was Captain Mark Gilden from the United States.

The organization is one of the foremost participants in providing help to needy persons through its feeding program, mostly subsidized by large donations and the annual Kettle Appeal.

The annual Youth Councils of the Salvation Army brings together the young people of the church for a special weekend of fellowship and worship.

Under the leadership of Major Joliker Leandre, the Salvation Army Church continues to minister to the people of Belize, even as the church prepares to celebrate one hundred years of service in Belize.

Various social programs are run by the Salvation Army, in addition to its church/ministry programs.

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