May 10, 2013 by skiger
Join us for National Salvation Army Week
May 12-18, 2013
May 8, 2013 by skiger
On May 11th, 2013, letter carriers across the country will be collecting food for families in need. In Floyd County, IN, food collected by our letter carriers and sponsored by Campbell’s, United Way and other great organizations, will be donated to help those in need right here in Southern Indiana through The Salvation Army!
It’s easy – Just collect and bad non-perishable food items
Place by the mailbox for your letter carrier to pick up and deliver to The Salvation Army.
Thanks for helping feed the hungry!
April 22, 2013 by skiger
Thanks to a great team that helped give glory and honor to God as Floyd County celebrated the 62nd Annual National Day of Prayer yesterday at noon at the City-County Building in New Albany.
Led by Major Stephen Kiger of The Salvation Army in southern Indiana participants included:
Welcome by Mayor Jeff Gahan
Rev. Jeff Barbour of Graceland Baptist Church provided opening in prayer
Rev. George Ross of Northside Christian Church shared the Scripture reading
State Representative Ed Clere praying for government and civil servants
Cindy Kanning filled in for Karen Hanger of Living Magazine praying for the media
Dr. Brad Snyder of NAFC Schools praying for our schools
Joe Brown of Rodefer Moss Inc., PLLC praying for businesses
Doug Drake of Personal Counseling Services, Inc., praying for non-profits
Rev. George Wasson of Faithpoint United Methodist Church praying for our churches
Rev. Jeff Barbour of Graceland Baptist Church provided the opening in prayer
Brian Frame of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church provided for congregational music and leading.
Special Music was provided the Christian Academy of Indiana’s 5th grade choir under the direction of Maria Smith.
“It was a packed courthouse commons as more than 250 enjoyed a beautiful day for the National Day of Prayer” noted Major Kiger, “we so appreciated the NAFC School District who provided 300 chairs and did all the set-up and tear down.”
April 17, 2013 by skiger
Follow the response and work of The Salvation Army in the Boston Tragedy .