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The Salvation Army

Community Worship Center &

Grimminger Service Center

818 W. 3rd St.

Grand Island, NE 68801


The Salvation Army

Community Worship Center &

Grimminger Service Center

818 W. 3rd St.

Grand Island, NE 68801


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The Salvation Army of Grand Island wishes to extend a warm and hearty Thank You to our community.  Thank You to everyone who gave a gift this holiday season.  Thank you for your gifts of money, time, food, toys, clothing, and countless prayers offered up on behalf of The Salvation Army.  Because of the generosity of the Grand Island Community we meet the goal of $205,000.00!  God Bless you and have a wonderful and Christ filled New Year!



You have heard of our Work, Join us for our Worship!

The Salvation Army holds worship services every Sunday at 10:00am.  All are welcome to join us for an informal family setting for worshipping our creator and God.



By the Numbers

For the program year that ran from October 1st, 2011 to September 30, 2012 you, our donors and supporters, helped us to provide:

65719 Hot Meals

3888 Food orders through The Salvation Army Community Food Pantry

3294 Nights of lodging for homeless men

$235,706 worth of donated goods were distributed (food, toys, school supplies, etc.)



History of The Salvation Army


The Salvation Army was founded as an evangelical organization dedicated to bringing people into a meaningful relationship with God through Christ. Its doctrinal basis is that of the Wesleyan-Arminian tradition. It is composed of persons who are united by the love of God and man, and who share the common purpose of bringing others to Jesus Christ. The word salvation indicates the overall purpose of the organization—to motivate all people to embrace the salvation provided to them in Christ.

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Grand Island Mission Statement


The Salvation Army of Grand Island exists to
enhance the positive quality of life

by sharing Jesus Christ and
being responsive to human needs

in a manner that promotes dignity and hope

for the enrichment of all.


International Mission Statement

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.




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Volunteers Needed


The New Salvation Army Family Store is in need of your help.  We are looking for volunteers that can assist in sorting clothing, pricing and sorting other goods, and driving our truck for local pickups of donated goods.  You can call 308-381-7628 and talk to a member of the management team to volunteer.  Volunteer drivers are subject to approval from The Salvation Army insurance and a check of driving record will be done.