Youth Programs

Cub Scounts & Boy Scouts:

This is an achievement based program for boys, grades 1-5, to earn badges in a variety of areas including, nature, camping, recreation, personal and spiritual growth. (Meets on Wednesday Evenings, September to May)

Corps Cadets:

Teens participate in this 5 year study, emphasizing personal spiritual growth and leadership training for involvement in a variety of ongoing ministries. (Meets on Sunday Evenings, September to May)

Girl guards:

Girls grades 6-12 participate in this program, which emphasizes personal growth in areas of art, nature, health, careers and self-awareness. (Meets on Wednesday Evenings, September to May)

Junior Soldiers:

Children ages 7-13 learn about The Salvation Army's history, beliefs, and ministries providing opportunities for personal growth through prayer and Bible study. (Meets on Sunday Mornings)


This achievement based program for girls in grades 1-5 teaches personal growth skills, nature appreciation, camping and field trips. (Meets on Wednesday Evenings, September to May)

BOING (Bring Others In Near God)

The Youth Group is an opportunity for teens to develop Christian friendships and responsibility through outings and self-initiated activities. (Meets on Sunday evenings, September to May)


Youth programs are in need of gift cards to grocery stores to offset the cost of meals provided and supplies for craft projects.

Donations can be mailed or dropped off to Major Gary Felton, 611 West Washington Street, Bloomington Illinois, 61701. For more information contact Major Gary Felton at (309) 829-9476.