Crook Salvation Army Church

Here for you, in your community.

Where we are

Queen Street
DL15 8QQ
United Kingdom

Email address:
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Phone: 01388 762 655
Phone: 07475640100

Darryn Hook

Territorial Envoy

Karen Hook

Territorial Envoy

Paula Gray

Community manager

54.715131, -1.743545

Advent Celebration

We will be celebrating Advent in our Sunday services in December concluding with our Carol Service on Sunday 19th. All are welcome to join us to celebrate the real meaning of Christmas.

Advent Celebration

Christmas Appeal 2021

Christmas Present Appeal 2021

Christmas is going to be particularly challenging again for many families this year.

The Christmas Story of how the innkeeper welcomes Mary and Joseph into his stable when there was no where else for them to go inspires us as a church to reach out to those in need.

The Salvation Army wants to make sure that no child in our area goes without a gift this Christmas.

Can you help us by donating a new Toy for families in need? Crook Salvation Army Church is open for deliveries between 9.30am to 3.30pm on Tuesdays. If you cannot deliver on that day please contact to arrange delivery of any donations.

If you would prefer to make a monetary donation you can do so via our Just Giving page.

Each gift will help us to make Christmas special for those who may otherwise endure a bleak festive season.

The Christmas Present Appeal focuses on the local community and all donations you provide will directly benefit those in need in and around the Crook Area.

Details below give gift ideas for children and young people.

All toys have to be new and unwrapped:

Ideas for gifts, although this is not difinitive:

0-3 years: soft toys, colourful and fun educational toys, cot mobiles, baby clothes, bath toys, CDs of suitable music and nursery rhymes;

3-5 years: books, dressing up clothes, cars, lorries, dolls, action figures and soft toys, colourful and fun educational toys, CDs (music, stories and nursery rhymes), suitable DVDS, colouring sets, pencils, crayons, books, puzzles, footballs;

5-9 years: dolls and action figures, educational games and toys, stationery (colouring sets, pencils, crayons, school sets), CDs and family friendly DVDs - digital equivelants books, puzzles, word search, crosswords, skateboards, sports equipment and clothing;

9-12 years: games and toys, sports equipment and clothing, stationery, CDs, DVDs - digital equivalents, books, T-Shirts, hair ornaments, gloves, scarves, hats;

13-18 years: CDs, DVDs - digital equivalents, books, toiletries (please try to ensure non-allergic ingredients if possible), gloves, scarves, hats and other fashion accessories.


Just to update you that Crook Salvation Army Church has recommenced Sunday worship. We meet for Coffee from 3.30pm with our worship starting at 4pm. During the pandemic many have felt helpless and whether you have a faith or not people find they turn to prayer in times of need. Therefore, as part of our worship we are looking at prayer through the prayer course which is a contemporary look at the Lord's Prayer. If you interested in exploring more about prayer you are welcome to join us on Sunday from 3.30pm.

Prayer Course

Crook Salvation Army

Current Community Activities


Food Bank: 10am - 12noon

Cafe: 10am - 1pm

Charity Shop: 10am - 1pm 

Debt Advice

Crook Salvation Army now offers free, confidential and impartial Debt Advice.

If money is a worry and you are looking for support we would love to help you. If court summons, council tax arrears, rent arrears, fines or other debts are an issue:

Please contact us on Tel: 01388 326030 or by email:

Working in association with Community Money Advice                                                                cma - 'Freedom from Debt Hope for the future'


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