316 Club (Character Building Program):

“The Salvation Army is committed to sharing God’s love and the message of hope of Jesus Christ by actively meeting human needs in His name without discrimination.

“Our Children’s Outreach Program is an all-inclusive Christian Education experience. Our goal is to help children develop social and communication skills, decision making and life skills, leadership skills, and good character. We offer a balanced environment for learning, developing, and caring that is age-appropriate and Christ-centered.

WHAT IS CLUB 316?

“Club 316 combines into one children’s experience our badge-earning and Corps youth programs: Sunbeams; Girl Guards; and Adventure Corps. Club 316 is group-tailored to our kids’ specific needs. The program makes it easy to have a combined group, while still passing badges in individual programs.”

Tuesday at 5pm- 6pm

Jr Sol Program:

Junior Soldiers are children between the ages of 7 and 13 who have acknowledged Jesus Christ as their Savior.

Sunday: 11:30am to 12:15 pm

Corps Cadet Program:

WHAT IS A CORPS CADET?

“A Corps Cadet is a young Salvationist who undertakes a course of study and training in his own corps to become more effective and efficient. The program develops the value of his future service as a soldier, local officer, or officer in the Salvation Army.”

WHAT ARE THE PURPOSES?

  1. To provide an atmosphere in which spiritual growth can occur through a BOLD curriculum of Bible study, Salvation Army heritage, Leadership, Discipleship tithing, Service, and Witnessing—all led by the spiritual counsel of corps officers and local volunteers.
  2. Provide opportunities for development of leadership skills.
  3. Provide experience and knowledge of Salvation Army history, policies, and procedures.
  4. Provide training and opportunities to develop soul-winning experiences through visitation campaigns, outdoor evangelism, witnessing, etc.

GRADUATE CORPS CADET SCHOLARSHIP

The Graduate Corps Cadet post-high school education Scholarship has been established to provide financial assistance to graduate corps cadets who desire to enroll in an accredited program of Post-High school education. This could be a four-year college, junior college, technical school, trade school, etc.

This scholarship is designed to be an incentive for students to engage and complete the corps cadet program. By completing the full course, leaders will have additional time for discipling and equipping young people in their leadership skills and Bible knowledge. We hope this encourages all interested young people to participate in this excellent discipleship program.

For more information contact  john.mckee@uss.salvationarmy.org