Will you come and follow me
If I but call your name?
Will you go where you don’t know
And never be the same?
Will you let my love be shown,
Will you let my name be known,
Will you let your life be grown
In you and you in me?
“Her playful writing impressed me. I remember laughing with her about the things she had written. My mum derived endless pleasure from perfecting her art. I started to do the same, although my verses were far less amusing than hers. I had an inclination to write more seriously but I have no doubt that the desire to do so sprang from the love of crafting words that my mother had given to... View details ⇨
"There's a lack of housing options for people on low incomes. It's expensive to rent and there have been cuts to social security, especially in housing benefit. We've witnessed a rise in all forms of homelessness."
Mitch Menagh, our Director of Homelessness Services, explains why homelessness must be a talking point during the General Election 2017 in the first of our... View details ⇨
92-year-old Joyce and oldest member of Falmouth Salvation Army Church And Community Centre retired from her singing duties with songsters this weekend.
The church celebrated her long service - Joyce will still be a regular attendee helping with finances and the charity shop, alongside keeping up with activities at Home League (ladies group).
"Caring for someone with dementia isn’t always easy."
Ellie Cant, our Home Manager at Furze Hill House, has 38 years’ experience working in older people’s social care. In this blog marking #DementiaAwarenessWeek, Ellie shares how staff help residents live life to the full and offers ideas for people caring for someone with dementia.
Members of our International Staff Songsters of The Salvation Army paid a visit to BBC Radio Leeds on Sunday. Catching up with presenter Johnny I'Anson, they described the choir's beginnings and explained that they sing what they believe and hope their audiences will be encouraged and inspired by their performances.