01 Apr 2020

Worcester Citadel is ‘keeping it going’ amid COVID-19

“Keeping it safe, keeping it organized, and, more importantly, keeping it going.” That’s the message Major Paul Pelletier at the Worcester, Mass., Citadel Corps has passed along to his troops

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31 Mar 2020

Remote Sunday School with Playlister

  East Youth is now using Playlister to provide easy access to the Orange materials! Our goal is to make teaching Sunday School as simple as possible. With Playlister, you

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31 Mar 2020

Observations from Quarantine

I can’t help but feel this time of self-isolation is an involuntary “stripping away.”  My socialization, consumerism, and time management have turned upside down.  To be honest, I feel like

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27 Mar 2020

Mental Health Resources: At Home With the Family

Social distancing does not mean social isolation. Social isolation is a known risk factor for mental health disorders, substance use and dementia, especially for those who are already vulnerable. During

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27 Mar 2020

Virtual Activities During Social Distancing

Even throughout this time of social distancing, there is no reason for boredom or lack of fun activities to accomplish with your family! Below, we have compiled a list of

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26 Mar 2020

Self Care During Crisis (for your Mind, Body & Spirit)

We have heard over and over again that these are challenging days.  The Coronavirus Pandemic is unchartered territory for all of us.  This is especially true for The Salvation Army

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21 Mar 2020

Self-Care: Reflections on Finding Rhythm

During this difficult period, it may be more necessary than ever to practice a little self-care. Find a quiet place to pause and reflect: What rhythms of rest and work

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18 Mar 2020

Social Distancing and RightNow Media

Recently, we’ve all heard about the importance of “social distancing.” While this may be necessary in the short term, social distancing is not how God intended us to live. The loss of various forms of community, fellowship, worship,

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