Visit the OOB Trade Store to access Salvation Army uniform apparel, polos, T-Shirts, hoodies, Others Trade for Hope merchandise, and Salvation Army promotional gifts, New York Staff Band & ETSS recordings, SA music publications & worship resources. This is also the home for all Household Troops recordings and SA music publications.
Colonel Dr. Janet Munn and Dr. Roger Green will be leading the Bible Studies this year.
LEAD is a weeklong event designed to strengthen local leadership in the Territory. The process of personal formation taking place in small group communities is foundational for healthy, sustainable Christian leadership. So, LEAD strives both to build practical leadership skills and to foster healthy discipleship. The core conviction is that soldiers, well-grounded in discipleship, will live out God’s calling in their corps. Discipleship is a dynamic process, not a program. It happens in community with small groups of other people. If you are a local leader - whether you’re a veteran or a novice, please, consider attending LEAD.
Registration for meetings begin at 6:45 pm. Preschool children will be in their own rooms for the majority of the meeting time and will only be united with elementary Children during the opening exercises. Meetings will run Saturday through Monday. Wednesday meeting for Nursery and Preschool only.
Learn more about the pier here.
Thursday, August 1
Corps Bible Study Leader
Monday, July 29th:
July 26, 1:00pm
Join us for an eveining of free fun and entertainment!
This year’s steampunk musical dance-drama, “Deus Ex Machina”(God enters the Machine), depicts a parable of salvation. A story told through the soul of Steambot, a living, breathing, steam-powered robot who struggles with the consequences of a fateful decision.
Vertical ascension on a lattice of silks, Kathryn Higgins evokes moments of awe and wonder through her gravity-defying art form.
Performing for hundreds of thousands of people over the last decade, Bryan Drake is still delighting crowds with his mentalism and illusions. His show features a strong Gospel message told through the lens of humor and intrigue.
The Cameron Family from Toronto, Canada, blends traditional timbrel routines with contemporary music and choreography resulting in an upbeat, energetic act, with lots of spirit!
Performed by CAST July 31
A brass band for the people, by the people! Crossfire provides a musical soundtrack for Fireworks Night (Thursday). From patriotic tunes to traditional Salvation Army marches, Crossfire offers plenty of toe-tapping entertainment.
DJ Morph and Gospel rap artist George Moss really get the crowds excited with their combination of electronic music and popping hip-hop lyrics. These talented performers unite their popular medium with their passionate Christian faith.