LowellWF
Below, you can find a schedule of our worship and fellowship services. Please join us!

Other programs, such as Senior Band, Senior Songsters, Moonbeams, Sunbeams, Explorers, Girls Guard, Rangers and Sewing Circle also exist, please contact us for more information about these programs. For more information about any of our services, please call 978.458.3396.

For more information on Youth Programs, please contact Josh Henry | joshua.henry@use.salvationarmy.org
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Sunday
9:45 am | Christian Education - Classes are available Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:30am for all age groups including adult options. Each class is an opportunity for participants to explore the world of God with their peers and encourages each member to grow in their relationship with God.
11:00 am | Worship
1:30 pm | Junior Soldiers - The overall goal of Junior Soldiers is to make sure our Salvation Army children have personally received Jesus Christ as their Savior and that they begin to be discipled in biblical truths, life applications, and Salvation Army principles and practices. We desire for them to mature as continually developing followers of Christ and active soldiers of The Salvation Army.
1:30 pm | Corps Cadets - A corps cadet is a young Salvationist who undertakes a course of study and training at his own corps in order to become qualified for efficient service in The Salvation Army. Through the many avenues of Salvation Army service offered to them, they strive to serve God as intelligently and as vigorously as they can. Soldiership of high caliber, local officership with daring and consistency, and officership marked by total dedication and sacrifice can be the outcome of serious Corps Cadetship.
2:30 pm | Singing Company - Children share the gospel of Jesus Christ through song. Ages 7-18.
4:00 pm | Soup and Salvation Meeting


Tuesday
4:00 pm | Sacred Dance
4:45 pm | M.A.P. (Music Arts Proficiency)
6:00 pm | Troop Programs (Moonbeams, Sunbeams, Boys Adventure Corps, Girl Guards)
7:15 pm | Senior Songsters
8:15 pm | Senior Band

Descriptions of our Troop Programs:
Moonbeams - The Moonbeam program is a holistic Christian Education experience for Girls and Boys in Pre-K and Kindergarten. The goal is to help girls and boys to develop: Social & Communication Skills, Artistic Flare & Giftedness, and a love for God. This happens through a Biblical worldview by encouraging: Prayer, Christian Values and Biblical Principles, and Physical, Mental, Spiritual, & Social Development. This takes place in a balanced environment for learning, developing, and caring that is age appropriate. Moonbeams earn badges in categories like "Manners", "Animal Friends", "Art", etc. while making new friends and learning more about themselves each day!
Sunbeams & Girl Guards - The Guarding program is an informal character building Christian education program sponsored by The Salvation Army for the benefit of school age girls in the community. It consists of the Sunbeam program (for girls in Grades 1-5) and the Girl Guard program (for girls in Grades 6-12). Both groups are organized in individual troops, and sponsored by the local Salvation Army corps. Girls earn badges for their achievements in categories such as Cooking, First Aid, Ecology, etc. Volunteers and Salvation Army personnel provide leadership. The purpose of Guarding is to provide a program that gives a girl an opportunity for personal growth spiritually, mentally, physically, socially, and increases her understanding of service to others.
Explorers & Rangers - The Salvation Army Adventure Corps is a Christian education program designed for boys Grades 1-8. Boys earn badges in categories such as Fire Safety, Science, Woodworking, etc. Boys Adventure Corps is divided into two sections: Explorers for boys in grades 1-4 and Rangers for boys in Grades 5-8. Each section takes members through a series of achievement awards and levels, helping boys to develop their individuality and potential through:
1. Gaining a sense of personal identity and character through interaction with other boys and leaders.
2. Learning the importance of Christian values and biblical truths by experiencing God's Word and by the modeled example of their Christian leaders.
3. Developing physical, mental and social skills as challenged by the Adventure Corps Program.
4. Providing a balanced environment for learning, developing and caring that is child-oriented and Christ-centered.

Wednesday
3:00-6:00 pm | Bridging the Gap - Bridging The Gap enriches the lives of teenagers through a life-skills curriculum, site visits, and community service projects. The Bridging the Gap staff helps each youth to develop positive and successful decision-making skills.
8:00 pm | Praise Band Rehearsal

Thursday
7:00 pm | Women's Bible Study
8:00 pm | Praise Band Rehearsal

Friday
3:00-6:00 pm | Bridging the Gap - Bridging The Gap enriches the lives of teenagers through a life-skills curriculum, site visits, and community service projects. The Bridging the Gap staff helps each youth to develop positive and successful decision-making skills.
7:00 pm | Teen Group - Every Friday night teenagers aged 13-18 gather to participate in different activities, play games and enjoy fellowship with one another. Through these activities, they solidify friendships with other Christians and grow together in their faith.