Sharing grace, love and fellowship in our community
Where we are
376a St Albans Road
The Salvation Army has served Watford since 1883. We have recommitted ourselves to our original mission:
- To share the good news
- To serve others without discrimination
- To nurture disciples of Jesus
- To care for creation
- To seek justice and reconciliation
In October 2019, under the direction of the Holy Spirit, we decided to re-plant our church. Our earnest desire is to be a loving and relevant expression of The Salvation Army and we have been carefully and prayerfully exploring Jesus' will for us. It's been an exciting journey so far ... and it's not over yet!
Watford Salvation Army has not closed. In fact, we are more engaged with our town than ever before. We remain committed to serving the people of Watford and we welcome input from our local community to help shape future plans. We are so excited to begin writing this new chapter - and we want you to be part of it.
Our community allotment is a place to grow 🌱
It is visited by up to 120 school children each week from spring to autumn and has been recognised as a RHS Five Star School Garden. With the support of teachers and parents, we get local kids outdoors where they can grow food and flowers, enjoy being active, and learn to appreciate their environment and community.
We want to lift your prayer requests before God. He loves it when we bring our joys, our sorrows and everything else to him. Every time we speak and listen to God through prayer, we are releasing his grace into the world.
Opening in 2024, The Table will be so much more than a coffee cart. Our custom-built tuk tuk will visit every corner of our community and give local people a great excuse to get out and about. Whether you want a cup of incredible ethical coffee or a catchup with friends - The Table is the place where you can belong.