Six New Senior Soldiers enrolled


On Sunday 12 May 2024 we were so excited and privileged to see SIX new Senior Soldiers enrolled during our meeting. Being a Senior Soldier means we have accepted Jesus as our Saviour and Friend, agree with the doctrines of The Salvation Army (the principles and beliefs) and want to make a public statement through […]


Easter meetings will be led by Chick & Margaret Yuill.

Good Friday 10.30am ‘The End of the Road’

followed by Easter Outreach in the City Centre

Saturday Easter Breakfast & Bible Study 10-12.30pm

(Child care available)

Easter Sunday 10.30am ‘The Road from Here!’ continues our journey through Easter

(featuring the enrolment of four Junior Soldiers (Junior members)

You are most welcome to join with us in worship and in our celebration of Easter under the leadership and insightful teaching ministry of Chick & Margaret Yuill.

Please note there is no Sunday @ 5 (5pm meeting) on Easter Sunday



Sunday morning worship themes throughout Lent follow the theme The Road to Redemption.

Using the narrative of Luke we are tracing the road that Jesus took after he ‘Set his face toward Jerusalem’ (Luke 9:51) as he journeyed to the cross.

As we as a church move through the Lenten Season we remind ourselves of the personal relationship God wants to have with his people on earth and how even though we have ruined that relationship through our disobedience, there is a way back to a right with relationship with God through Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross that first Easter.

Sunday 15th February The Launch Relationships (Luke 4: 1-12)

Sunday 22nd February Relationship Ruined (Luke 19: 1-10)

Sunday 1st March Relationship Rescued (Luke 15: 1-7)

Sunday 8th March Relationship made Right (Luke 18: 9-14)

Sunday 15th March Relationship Reconciled ((Luke 10: 38-42)

Sunday 22nd March Relationship Rejected (Luke 20: 9-19)

Sunday 29th March Palm Sunday Relationship – Rejoice! (Luke 19:28-44)

Good Friday ‘The end of the Road’

Easter Sunday ‘Resurrection’!





Easter at Birmingham Citadel this year is being led by Majors Catherine & Russell Wyles.

For three days we will be thinking around the theme ‘Behold the Lamb’

On Maundy Thursday we will contemplate our Freedom in Jesus Christ reflecting on the Passover Meal

Good Friday will see us considering the Forgiveness we have in Jesus, this will be followed by Outreach in the city centre when we will give away hot cross buns to remind people of the true meaning of Easter.

Easter Sunday will see a morning of praise and celebration when we recognise that the significance of Easter is a forever experience.


The Salvation Army presented a glittering celebration of Christmas for its 21st carol concert at The Symphony Hall in Birmingham on Sunday 9 December.

Familiar ‘Pictures of Christmas’ – including Father Christmas, Frosty the Snowman and Victorian carol singers – were presented through music, dance, and drama,. The final image was that of a manger, as a reminder that Jesus is the real reason for the Christmas season.

Musicians from The Salvation Army took to the stage for a performance that put audiences from both of the Sunday performances well and truly in the festive mood. Among the highlights, were the youngest members of the Birmingham Salvation Army church who gave their own memorable account of the Christmas story in the nativity.

The Solihull Children’s Chorus and a selection of school choirs from Sandwell sang a selection of Christmas songs inclining ‘Skydiving’, ‘Holy Child’ and ‘Santa is the Man’. There were also several opportunities to join in with well-loved carols throughout the concert.

Leader of The Salvation Army church in Birmingham, Major Steve White, says, “It was fantastic to have the opportunity to once again share the true meaning of Christmas with the people of Birmingham.”

Over £7,000 was raised for The Salvation Army as part of this year’s charity appeal which focused on the organisation’s work with victims of human trafficking.

Advent continues at the Salvation Army Centre in St Chad’s, Queensway on Sundays at 10:30 and 5:00pm.

Order a DVD of the carol concert by calling 0121 236 5776 or by sending £10 cash or a cheque made payable to The Salvation Army, St Chads, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6HH. DVDs are issued on a first-come-first served basis. Orders placed by 18 December will ensure delivery before Christmas.

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