Who we are...
Church Mission Statement
As an outreach arm of the international Salvation Army, we proclaim Jesus' love by joining our hands together dedicating our live to preaching, worshiping and service to the community of Moose Jaw and its environs
Mission & Vision
ONE ARMY: We see a God-raised, Spirit-filled Army for the 21st century - convinced of our calling, moving forward together
ONE MISSION: Into the world of the hurting, broken, lonely, dispossessed and lost, reaching them in love by all means
- deepen our spiritual life
- unite in prayer
- identify and develop leaders
- increase self-support and self-denial
- emphasis our integrated ministry
- reach and involve youth and children
- stand for and serve the marginalized
- encourage innovation in mission
ONE MESSAGE: With the transforming message of Jesus, bringing freedom, hope and life
- communicate Christ unashamedly
- reaffirm our belief in transformation
- evangelist and disciple effectively
- provide quality teaching resources
The Salvation Army has been at work in Moose Jaw for over 120 years and is one of the best known churches and social service organizations in the city. One of its international priorities is to “serve suffering humanity”, and the local Corps is actively engaged in many efforts to do just that. Key program priorities include disaster and relief services, Community Care Ministries in extended care facilities and personal care homes, financial trustee services for vulnerable adults, and emergency family services. These programs, operated in Moose Jaw and Assiniboia, are directed by Majors Dan and Wendy Broome, who are officers appointed to this work by The Salvation Army. They are ably supported by over 30 employees and countless volunteers who work to ensure that the Army is committed to ‘Giving hope today`
The most visible and best-known of its operations would be its Thrift Store and its associated sorting centre, where donations of good used clothing, household items, furniture and other goods are received from generous citizens of the City and surrounding areas. Profits from the sale of these good go towards developing and maintaining programs to provide food, clothing and practical assistance to families and individuals in emergency need and to support the Army’s Community Care Ministries in extended care facilities and personal care homes. In addition, hundreds of children are sponsored to attend holiday camps at Beaver Creek Bible Camp near Saskatoon.
Through its church, opportunities for Christian worship and service are provided through Sunday worship services, weekly Bible study programs, children and youth ministries and community service opportunities.
Doctrines of The Salvation Army
Position Statements of The Salvation Army
For Salvationists, belief and action have always been intertwined. Our faith and practice are rooted in the Bible, personal experience and the Christian Heritage. Salvation Army doctrine is part of that heritage, and it too is built upon the foundation of the biblical text as interpreted by the people of God.
The Position statements briefly set out the view of The Salvation Army on given moral or social issues. These statements articulate the values and principles of which The Salvation Army in Canada takes its stand.
Mission and Core Values of The Salvation Army
Our Church is a diverse family of healthy congregations, assemblies, and ministries expressing the good news of God's kingdom that transforms lives and communities worldwide.
The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the Communities of our world.
Majors Dan and Wendy Broome
Major's Dan and Wendy Broome assumed their appointment as corps officers of Moose Jaw Community Church on July 1st 2016. Following graduation from The Salvation Army College for Officers Training Wendy in 1988 and Dan in 1990, they served as Corps Officers/Pastors in church congregations in Paris Ontario, Brampton, Ontario, Milton, Ontario, Oakville, Ontario, and prior to coming to Moose Jaw in St. Georges Bermuda. Major Dan spent 9 years as a Salvation Army Chaplain at Maplehurst Correctional Centre in Milton, Ontario and Major Wendy for 7 years as a Salvation Army Chaplain at Maplehurst Correctional Centre and Vanier Centre for Women as well as 2 years as Family Services Director in Brampton, Ontario.
Dan and Wendy met while both working at a Salvation Army camp and were married in December 1990.
Before becoming Salvation Army officers, Dan obtained degree in Biblical and Theological studies at the Booth College in Winnipeg and worked full time as a camp cook prior to entering the Salvation Army Training College in 1988. Wendy worked as a Registered Nursing Assistant in Peterborough.
Dan has a passion for Scripture and communicating the Gospel and for ministering to the marginalized in our society. Wendy has a passion for ministering to the people. One of her greatest joys is fulfilled in being a Pastor. They both feel blessed to be able to minister in Saskatchewan and are looking forward to serving their second year in Moose Jaw.