The Salvation Army in the USA Eastern Territory has a rich history of engagement in the arts. Established in 1999 by Carol Jaudes, the Arts Ministries Bureau was tasked with preaching the Good News through creative means. Local and Divisional drama and dance programs began to sprout and grow throughout the Eastern Territory’s corps and community centers. Today, thousands of children and adults participate in recreational, as well as formal, training in artistic disciplines behind the scenes and in the spotlight. Visual arts, costume design, audio production and lighting design have also found their place under the umbrella of Arts Ministries. The Bureau facilitates multiple year-round and seasonal performance troupes and mounts high-caliber live performances every year. They offer training and curriculum for local arts leaders located along the Northeast coast – from Maine to Delaware, across to Ohio, including parts of Kentucky and Puerto Rico!
Comprised of four creative thinkers who strive to support the USA Eastern Territory with arts resources for leaders, training in dance and drama and opportunities to participate in/book high quality faith-based theatrical productions.
A place where actors, directors and those interested in drama can encourage one another and share ideas. For members of The Salvation Army and all those passionate for God and the Arts.
This is a public Facebook group.
A fundraising initiative comprised of high-quality, faith-based merchandise. Proceeds from each sale are given back to Arts programs around the USA Eastern Territory.
Christ-centered yoga classes are available for bookings for your next event.
A weekend-long event for worship arts leaders to gather as a community, receive both spiritual and technical teaching and get up-to-date on the latest arts resources.
This database is a collection of offerings from Salvation Army writers across the USA. Each piece was written with the intention of glorifying God, sharing his Gospel, and edifying the Church, and are thus made available to you to do the same in your community.