A church family sharing grace, love and fellowship with each other and our community
Where we are
376a St Albans Road
The Salvation Army has served Watford since 1883. It’s time to renew our mission.
In October 2019, under the direction of the Holy Spirit, we decided to temporarily pause Sunday worship and weekday programmes at our hall. Our earnest desire is to be a loving and relevant expression of God's church 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.
Coronavirus is sticking around - but so are we.
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. Watford Salvation Army will be here to help for as long as it takes.
We are here for vulnerable children and struggling families. Working in partnership with local schools and agencies, we have packed over 500 emergency parcels and supported more than 2,000 people since March 2020. Each box contains essential food stuffs, household items and activities for children - costing about £25 each.
You can help us support more local people by donating now via our Covid-19 Emergency Response JustGiving page or Givt.