Please plan now to join us for our 2018 Fundraising Banquet celebrating 125 years serving those in poverty throughout the Chattanooga region.
We are thrilled to announce our banquet speaker and music artist for this August!!
Jonathan Evans, son of Tony Evans, author, speaker, Chaplin for the Dallas Cowboys and former NFL fullback, treasures his relationship with Christ along with the opportunity to use his life to glorify God by equipping and encouraging people in their faith.
And, as if that’s not great enough!!! We’ve booked his brother, Anthony Evans, for our special music!! Anthony Evans, brother of Jonathan and son of Tony Evans, began his career as a backup singer for gospel music sensation Kirk Franklin. Anthony has released 8 albums, performed over 2000 concerts and appeared on the NBC show, The Voice. Although grateful for career opportunities, Anthony never forgets his first calling to lead God’s people in authentic and honest worship.
Here is Anthony’s latest single entitled See It Again:
We believe this event will be a wonderful experience for all.
Best of all, our banquet is completely underwritten, thanks to a gracious donor. That means 100% of gifts made at this fundraising event will go to the lifechanging work of The Salvation Army!
Seating is limited. To get more information on reservations, call Thomas Black at 423.308.7705.
The Salvation Army will celebrate Easter with its traditional Easter Sunrise Service at the National Cemetery at 1200 Bailey Avenue beside the flag pole overlooking beautiful downtown Chattanooga! For almost four decades, The Salvation Army has partnered with the National Cemetery for the Easter Sunrise Service. All are invited to worship at 7:23 AM as the sun rises over Chattanooga.
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary became aware of this need and created the idea of a “Mardi Bra Party,” a party where bras, panties, and feminine hygiene items could be handed out the female homeless guests. The Mardi Bra Party will be held on Mardi Gras, February 17, at 10:00 AM at The Salvation Army ReCreat Café, located at 800 McCallie Avenue. To date, thirty homeless women have RSVP’d for the party.
The Salvation Army ReCreate Café will host a Free Black History Event on Saturday February 7th at Noon with a performance of Walk, Don't Ride – A Celebration of the Fight for Equality. The performance will be followed by the 4th Annual Dreamers In Action Luncheon.
Southern Adventist University is hosting a “Street Store” in partnership with The Salvation Army on Monday, January 19, from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm. The Chattanooga Street Store will take place on the sidewalk in front of The Salvation Army, located at 800 McCallie Avenue.