Change of leadership for Dussindale Salvation Army 

Dussindale Salvation Army is set to welcome new leaders Russell and Alison Day as Kerry Giles prepares to retire later this month.

Kerry, who has been responsible for The Salvation Army’s church and community outreach in the Dussindale Thorpe St Andrew area for the past 13 years, will continue as a church member.

Highlights of her leadership include commencing Sunday worship in the local primary school on Vane Close, offering support to people in the area and working alongside other churches.

Kerry Giles said: “I have really enjoyed getting to know people and offering help, support and friendship. I thank God for the opportunities to serve this community, to lead this church and run outreach activities.  

“I have the privilege of staying in the area and will continue to be a part of the family here at Dussindale Salvation Army as a church member. I know that, under the leadership of Russell and Alison, we will continue to show God’s love to those around us by offering compassionate support and practical help.”

In addition to church services every Sunday, The Salvation Army runs a community cafe, a community choir, Messy Church Family Fun and Thorpe Youth Café for 10-14 year olds.

Russell and Alison Day will be formally welcomed as the new leaders of Dussindale Salvation Army on 24 July, 10am at Dussindale Primary School, Vane Close, Dussindale, NR7 0US.

For more information please contact The Salvation Army on 07900 904 128 

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