Who We Are


Creating A Christian Community- The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is first and foremost a church. A denomination that is accepting of all people, in any form, with a strong message of sin and salvation . Its leaders, “officers”, are ordained ministers, its members, “soldiers”, are committed to the fight. The Salvation Army has a strong heritage of following the command of the founder, “Go for souls, and go for the worst of them.” There are both formal and informal meetings with an abundance of fellowship. The congregation is a combination of the served and the serving.

The Salvation Army has been focused on saving souls, growing saints, and serving suffering humanity since 1865. Join us this Sunday.

Saving and Serving- Mission and Purpose 

Christianity is more than mere religion. Moved by the social degradation he witnessed in London’s East End, Booth asserted that sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, The Light of the World, would heal this darkest part of England. Realistically, though, he understood that a man wouldn’t listen to the salvation story if it was drowned out by the growling of an empty stomach. So Booth championed the cause of soup, soap, and salvation, surmising that if you could fill a man’s stomach and clean him up a bit, he may be eager to hear your message.

What does this have to do with Cumberland, Robeson, Hoke, Scotland, and Moore counties today? Well, the compassion that drove the founder of The Salvation Army still drives us today.
In John 13:35 Jesus says, “By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

That love sometimes takes the form of giving food to a hungry family; sometimes it means visiting a resident in a nursing home; other times it means sharing the hope which is only found in Jesus Christ.

Local donations, contributions, and our Community Partners allow us to offer effective programs like the Bed & Bread Club, Kids 2 Kamp and the Kettle Club.

Become a part of The Salvation Army. Together, we can make a difference.

SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Captain Jason Smith: Corps Officer
Jason_smith@uss.salvationarmy.org
Captain Melissa Smith: Corps Officer
Melissa_Smith@uss.salvationarmy.org
kim korgie pic Kim Korgie: Director of Finance
Kim.Korgie@uss.salvationarmy.org
angela jones pic Angela Jones: Business Administrator/Human Resources
Angie.Jones@uss.salvationarmy.org
Brian Allen: Director of Communications & Development
Brian.Allen@uss.salvationarmy.org
Manny Specht: Emergency Services Director
Manny.Specht@uss.salvationarmy.org
COMMUNITY CENTER/YOUTH PROGRAMS
aalana lacewell pic Aalana Lacewell: Community Center Director
Aalana.Berry@uss.salvationarmy.org
SHELTER
mary webster pic Mary Webster: Shelter Manager
Mary.Webster@uss.salvationarmy.org

FAMILY STORE
Devora Bagley: Warehouse Manager
Sue Jordan: Operation Manager

MOORE COUNTY
Minnie Turner: Operations Manager

ADVISORY BOARD
Martha Spires, Community Leader, Chair
MG Rodney Anderson, LDR Consulting, LLC
Stewart Bell, Bell’s Seed Store
Robert Exum, Bob Exum Insurance
Mac Edwards, VP/Beasley Broadcasting
Michael Green, Retired
Martin Hendrix, Retired
Alphonzo McRae, Vice President of Instructional Services-Robeson Community College
John Holmes, Cumberland County Mental Health
Lewis Lepper, Retired
Katherine Marble, Retired
Ron Matthews, CEO/Family Foods
Marianna McCauley, Community Leader
Jim McLean, Merrill Lynch/Bank of America
Tim Richardson, Area Vice President/First Citizens Bank
Peter Stewart, Beasley Broadcasting
Vivian Tookes, Department of Social Services
Stephen Wheeler, Owner/Holmes Security Systems, Inc.
Sharlene Williams, Owner/C&S Commerical Properties
Dr. Frank Till, Superintendent, Cumberland County Schools
Christopher Foster, Attorney, Hutchens Law Firm

 
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