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Rooted in the scouting tradition, The Salvation Army?s character-building programs are biblically based with caring, trained leaders. Over 151,000 children attended character building programs from 2000 to 2010 in Missouri and Southern Illinois.
Owned and operated by The Salvation Army, Camp Mihaska provides a safe, fun and memorable experience for those seeking adventure. Nestled in the foothills of the Missouri Ozark Mountains, Camp Mihaska has been a Christian retreat and sanctuary for more than 60 years, serving thousands of youth, families, churches, organizations and individuals seeking personal growth and spiritual development. Learn more about Camp Mihaska or call your local community center to register for our next session.
Spark Academy is a free 8-week program that gives third and fourth grade students an opportunity to discover their gifts and talents in a safe place after school Monday through Thursday. Spark encourages each participant to discover their gift and can build a solid foundation to grow.
The Believe Project is a partnership with the St. Louis Black Authors of Children’s Literature, is a new literacy library created to be a safe space for children to enjoy the beauty of reading and will be featured at The Salvation Army Ferguson Community Empowerment Center through the Spark Academy and Ignite programs.
Midland Youth is committed to helping young people grow in their relationship with Christ. We accomplish this through holistic Christian education programs where youth are taught to discipleship and holiness. At Midland Youth we do more than just run programs, we help youth grow spiritually and mentally.
Salvation Army Echelon is the emerging professionals arm of The Salvation Army. Our community is serious about having fun while Doing the Most Good for St. Louis and those in need in our community. To learn more click here.
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