- Thank you !
Thank you to everyone who helped us to bring Christmas Cheer to people in the Cirencester area!
Once again Cirencester Corps was able to help a lot of families and individuals in the area with parcels of food and toys. We also would like to thank all those who supported the Band's Christmas carolling in Cirencester and neighbouring communities
along with those who gave generously to The Salvation Army's National televised appeal.
- Evening Worship
Many places of worship no longer have an evening service.
If you miss this opportunity, you are very welcome to join with us on a Sunday evening at 6.00pm. We try to provide an informal atmosphere with a variety of music etc. and it is followed by a
cup of tea or coffee and time for a chat.
- Over 100 years of Service
There has been a Salvation Army Corps in Cirencester since 1881. Meetings (services) are held every Sunday morning and evening and there are other activities
during the week to which you are invited. We also have a Charity Shop in Dyer Street which is often our first point of contact with the public.
The Cirencester Corps now belongs to the
Severn and Somerset Division of The Salvation Army which is based in Bristol. This is part of the United Kingdom Territory
http://www.salvationarmy.org.uk/ which in turn is part of an International Army serving the people in over 100 countries worldwide.
- A Long Blow
In 2013 the Cirencester Corps Band celebrated 50 years since its recommissioning. Follow the link to
Notes from the Past for a non too serious account of that 50 years