Online worship and praise with the ISS

Video highlights of the ISS

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The coronavirus pandemic means we can't meet together, but we hope you enjoy and are blessed from the virtual meetings and recordings below.

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In place of our visit to Bristol Citadel Salvation Army, we present a time of worship and praise, led by our Executive Officer Lieutenant Colonel Jayne Roberts and Songster Leader Dorothy Nancekievill.
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Watch our online worship service and short festival, created instead of our visit to Eastbourne Citadel Salvation Army.

These and more videos are available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

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Join the virtual performance of 'Hand me down your silver trumpet' with the International Staff Songsters of The Salvation Army.
And look out for more videos of us on YouTube and Facebook

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Christmas at Home with The Salvation Army

Look out for the International Staff Songsters in 'Christmas at Home with The Salvation Army' that will be online at The Salvation Army's YouTube channel on Wednesday 2nd December at 8pm with Christmas music, carol singing and readings.

While we can't celebrate Christmas in the usual way at the Royal Albert Hall, we hope people will join us. Look out for a YouTube link to bookmark and share from 25th November. 

Why We Sing

Wherever we go, the Songsters seek to introduce people to Christ and change lives through music

International Staff Songsters

The International Staff Songsters (ISS) is at the forefront of Salvation Army vocal music making in the UK and around the world.


Recordings of the International Staff Songsters

ISS Leadership Team

Meet the leaders of the International Staff Songsters

Celebrating 40 years

Celebrating 40 years of the International Staff Songsters

Upcoming Events

Find our about our upcoming Songster events, with concerts and choral singing at world-famous venues.

ISS on BBC One's Songs of Praise

Tune in to BBC One's Songs of Praise for the next two Sundays (16 and 23 August) and you will see members of the International Staff Songsters.​