Starting at 6:30pm
The Salvation Army Troops and Corps Cadets are programs designed for fun, education, and discipleship. These programs give children life-skills training, peer interaction, and biblical education to train them to face life with a positive attitude and outlook on life. The Moonbeams are for Pre-K and Kinders, the Sunbeams are for girls in grades 1 to 5, the Adventure Corps are for boys grades 1 to 4 and 5 to 8, the Girl Guards are for girls in grades 6 to 12, and the Corps Cadets are a church-leaders training program for boys and girls, ages 12 to 18. The Family Fun Nights are sure to be spectacular, insightful, and of course fun!
Kids (Ages 3–5)
The Salvation Army Moonbeams program is a character building troop program for kids. During the meetings, age appropriate activities prepare the children for interaction with their peers and promotion into the other programs for older age groups. The goal of the Moonbeam program is to help boys and girls to develop positive social and communication habits and promote their giftedness.
Girls (Grades 1–5)
Enroll now in The Salvation Army Sunbeam Troop. Sunbeams experience a program that provides young girls in grades 1 through 5 an opportunity for social, personal, spiritual, mental, and physical growth. They'll bond with their teammates, collaborate on fun projects and activities, and earn badges for their hard work and effort.
Boys (Grades 1–8)
The Salvation Army Adventure Corps is a Christian education program designed for boys in grades 1 through 6, helping them to develop their individuality and potential. Boys will establish a sense of personal identity and character through their interaction with other team members and leaders, and develop physical, mental, and social skills in the program. They'll learn the importance of Christian values and biblical truths by experiencing God's word and by the modeled example of their Christian leaders.
Girls (Grades 1–6)
The Girl Guards program is available to young women in grades 6 through 12 and focuses on the four aspects of personal growth in the Girl Guard Aim - growing spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially. Girl Guards meet once a week and focus on these goals by earning emblems with various area of interest.
Salvationists (Grades 6–12 / Ages 12–18)
Corps Cadets is a practical training that provides the individual an opportunity to discover and develop potential for effective leadership in The Salvation Army as a soldier or an officer. The curriculum is a collection of units written by Salvation Army writers and published by The Salvation Army. BOLD stands for Bible Study, Our Heritage, Leadership, and Discipleship; and the units reflect these themes.