We are dedicated to knowing Christ and making Him known, to developing disciples and serving our local community in the name of Christ.
Where we are
429 Cowbridge Road East
029 2064 1030
Stay in Contact
Find out more and get involved with the worship and activities at Cardiff Canton Corps.
Join us for online church at Cardiff Canton Salvation Army Worship on YouTube.
Coronavirus Response Fund
We are raising funds to help people in our local community. Please support us in any way you can.
DUE TO THE CURRENT CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT ABLE TO MEET TOGETHER FOR CHURCH SERVICES.
However we are providing services online - please visit our YouTube channel: Cardiff Canton Salvation Army Worship
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You can also keep in touch with us through our Facebook page: The Salvation Army, Cardiff Canton Corps
10am - Worship
11:30am - Young People's Activities
Primary ages 3 - 6
Jesus Crew ages 7 - 12
SAY ages 13+
11:30am - Open Air Meeting or Hospital Visitation
6.00pm - Online Prayer Gathering
Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.
DUE TO THE CURRENT CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT ABLE TO MEET TOGETHER FOR CHURCH ACTIVITIES.
Many of these activities now take place online. Please see our Facebook page for details of what is on: The Salvation Army, Cardiff Canton Corps
10:00am - Parent & Toddlers - School Term Time Only
2.00pm - CAMEO - Open to all
7.30pm - 1st Monday of the Month - Ladies Fellowship ( via ZOOM )
6.30pm - Junior Band
7.45pm - Senior Band
Private Prayer in the Worship Hall (Covid measures in place) - temporarily suspended due to Welsh Government Coronavirus Fire-break Lockdown
Session times: 6.00pm, 6.40pm, 7.20pm
Places may be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm Tuesday
10.30am - Men's Fellowship - Monthly
12.00pm - Prayer Lunch - Monthly
2.00pm - Response Plus Drop-in Service
6.30pm - Junior Choir
8.00pm - Songsters
10.00am - Street Sales
7.00pm - Online Quiz Night - Monthly ( via ZOOM )
7.00pm - In Conversation with... - Monthly ( via ZOOM )
11.00am - Online Coffee Morning - Monthly ( via ZOOM )
We have a number of university students attending the corps. They are welcome to take part in the various corps activities and are invited to go for meals with different members of the corps each Sunday. For more information, please contact us.
Cardiff Canton Band was formed in 1883 and has consistently contributed to the worship and evangelical outreach promoted by the Canton Citadel Corps on the west side of the city of Cardiff.
The Band has travelled throughout the United Kingdom, playing at Christian services and events; performed in concert halls, worship centres, prisons and hospitals; and marched through cities, towns and villages proclaiming the good news of God's love for all.
The Band has appeared on television and radio, completed tours of Norway (twice), Holland and Germany, and in 1991 was the first Salvation Army Band to march through the streets of Leipzig following the re-unification of Germany.
November 2001 celebrated the launch of the Band's first Compact Disc recording 'Land of Song'.
2008 saw the 125 anniversary of the formation of Canton Band, and there were several special events held to help celebrate this trully tremendeous occasion to give the 'Glory to God'. New Years Day 2009 saw the band take part in the Tournament of the Rose Parade, in Pasadena, Los Angeles USA, Joining with bandsmen and women from across the United States to represent the Salvation Army.
Although Singing Brigades may well have existed at Canton from 1913, Cardiff Canton Songsters were officially commissioned by Captain Gregory on 3rd December 1916. This year sees the Songsters Celebrate its Centenary with various events through the year
The first Songster Leader was William Parsons with his son Will as his assistant. He held the post until Charles Jacques took over in January 1921. As with all of the Songster Leaders Charles Jacques had a sense of pride in his brigade that sometimes occasioned 'direct action' on his part. His 'carpentry' was particularly famous, for after a dispute between Band and Songster Brigade concerning the amount of room each should be allowed on the shared platform, a piece of timber appeared firmly nailed along the dividing line. There was no further argument!
In 1935 the Brigade was invited to sing at a meeting in Cardiff led by General Evangeline Booth. As the Songsters were without an accompanist at the time, one of the Corps youngest soldiers, Violetta Tunbridge (Griffin) was invited to play. She was subsequently comissioned as Songster Organist, a position she held for over 55 years. As a Songster Reservist she is of great encouragement to the present Songster Leader and she says from a height of approximately five feet that she was six feet tall before she started playing the pedal organ all those years ago!
The present Songster Leader, Christine Saunders, commissioned in January 2006 is only the nineth Songster Leader since 1916. The other Leaders were: William Parsons(sen), Charles Jacques(sen),Fred Saunders, Ernest Bartlett, Sidney Jellings, Leslie Parsons, Keith Griffin and Mike Saunders
The Songsters are an integral part of worship in the Corps at Canton and surrounding areas, communicating the gospel message in song, mime and dance at local churches and retirement homes, Divisional events and leading weekends at other Corps.
The songs used are from all styles, sources and ages from George Marshal and Eric Ball to Yvonne Field, Len Ballantine, Richard Phillips, Darren Bartlett and comtemporay American composers such as Tom Fettke.
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO WELSH GOVERNMENT FIRE-BREAK LOCKDOWN.
WE INTEND TO REOPEN MONDAY 16TH NOVEMBER BUT WILL HAVE REDUCED OPENING HOURS DUE TO THE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS.
Monday 10am - 3pm
Tuesday 10am - 1pm
Wednesday 10am - 3pm
Thursday 10am - 3pm
Friday - Sunday Closed
The Salvation Army works with some of the most vulnerable people in society. As we face the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, people on the margins need us now more than ever.
Please visit the Cardiff Canton JustGiving page and donate what you can. Help us support as many people as possible.
Coming to Cardiff to study?
We would love to invite you to join with us as part of our church family and community. We are here to help and assist in any way we can!
We welcome you to our city and can organise transport and meals. You are always welcome! Contact us on the corps email account and we will put you in touch with our student rep, Steph Price.