The Dunstable Corps plays a key role within our local community.

We offer church, a social centre for local groups to use our building for their own events and many social services to support those in need.

What's On

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  • 9:45am - 10:45am Sunday School and Youth Group

  • 11am - 12:15pm Morning Worship and Creche

  • 6pm - 7:15pm Evening Worship and Tea/Coffee Fellowship

  • 8pm - 9:30pm Youth Fellowship



Parents and Toddlers (9:30am - 11:30am)


From 9:30am Sally Ann's Kitchen (Coffee morning - open to all)

Over 60’s friendship club (1st Wednesday of every month includes a luncheon club) 1:30pm

Soup kitchen. (7pm - 9pm)This is open to anyone to drop in for refreshments, company and a listening ear. We are also able to help the homeless with hot meals, sleeping bags, clean clothes, showers etc.


The over 75's friendly club - This is a club for 29 over 75 years old, who are living alone or in circumstances where opportunities for meaningful social interaction are limited. We work in partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council. If you are interested in joining the waiting list for this group then please contact the centre on 01582 606031.

The club runs from 10am - 2.30pm and involves a contribution of £7.


Community Teens & Tots: Clinic & Baby Massage. (11:30am - 12:30pm)

Teens and Tots group: A light lunch is served, working in partnership with Children's Centre staff. (12:30pm - 2pm) Contact Centre Manager Ann McFaull. Tel 01582 606031 

Youth social for ages 13-21. (8pm - 9:30) A time to sit back, enjoy and spend time with other young people within the safety of the church environment.

Debt Advice

The main aim of the Debt Advice Service here in Dunstable is to empower people to manage their own finances and enable them to feel more in control of their financial situation. 

We offer a free, confidential service and support to anyone in the local community who is in debt.  We negotiate with creditors and agree a repayment plan that is reasonable and affordable enabling them to make regular payments to their creditors thus reducing their debt and become debt free.  Because we  negotiate with the creditors, people often feel an immediate relief from the burden of their debts and feel a weight has been lifted from their shoulders

Some of our clients have mental health issues, suffer from domestic violence or have been thrust into debt by a sudden illness, accident leading to disability or loss of income.  We are able to support clients with practical things such as food parcels as well as signpost them to other agencies that may be able to help them with other issues.  

The following is a case study of one person who has used our service and her words of appreciation.  The Salvation Army Debt Advice Turned my Life Around  “I am so grateful to you for the help you have given me.  You are like friends to me and I don’t know where I would be now without the help you gave me.  You took time to listen to me and really care.  I don’t lie awake all night now worrying about my debts.  I felt like they were getting out of control.  I now feel more in control of my life.  I will never forget the kindness you showed me”  anon 

For more information or an appointment, please contact the Debt Advice Team on 01582 343680 or email

Soup Kitchen

Our Soup Kitchen was set up in December 2010 to combat the issue of feeding the homeless in the local community. Now, a team of 15 provide a weekly service providing a meal, clothing, hot showers and a listening ear to a huge number of needy people as they come through our doors every Wednesday evening throughout the year.

If you are interested in helping us in some way please contact us.


Our Prayer List will be published here soon.

Worship & Music Ministry

Details to follow

Children's & Youth Ministry

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Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Lindsay Brevitt


Stephen Brevitt


to follow

Ann McFaull

Center Coordinator