Salvation Army - Guam Corps and Worship Center

Salvation Army - Guam Corps and Worship Center

Phone: 1-671-477-9866, 1-671-477-9877, 1-671-477-9870, 1-671-734-0066 (Church)
Types of Services Offered: Counseling Services, Housing Services, Information & Referral, Substance Abuse Services, Support Services, Public Assistance Services, Faith-Based Services
Category: Faith-Based


To most, The Salvation Army conjures images of smiling soldiers managing thrift store and ringing bells near red kettles at Christmas time. While these are worthwhile endeavors that help support important parts of our ministry, there is so much more to The Salvation Army. Every day, The Salvation Army on Guam helps bind the wounds of modern day life, offering food to the hungry, shelter to the homeless, and companionship to the forlorn. In every community, Salvation Army officers, staff members, Salvationists, and volunteers touch lives through selfless acts of service. 

Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.

Services Offered:

Each of our social and family service programs serving seniors, youth, families, men and women adheres to the following Principles of Service:

  •   Treatment of all people as God's children;

  •   Demonstration of warmth and personal interest in each person;

  •   Listening without being judgmental or condemning;

  •   Regarding all information as confidential;

  •   Recognition of its own limitations to assist, and seeking needed help from others;

  •   Establishing a meaningful relationship with the applicant (whether brief or lengthy) through a caring interest in him or her as a person;

  •   Recognition of the worth and dignity of each individual and affirmation of the right of each one to make his or her own decisions. 

Melene Diego

1-671-477-9866, 1-671-477-9877, 1-671-477-9870, 1-671-734-0066 (Church)


Our Message to the community...

As long as people are discouraged or lonely or needing a helping hand, our “Army of Compassion” will still have a mission.  We serve not as a beacon to ourselves, but as a reflection of God’s brighter light that has always driven our movement. Consider giving to or volunteering for The Salvation Army on Guam. Need knows no season, and it takes an Army to fill that need.

Hours of Operation:

            Sunday School - 9:30 AM
            Sunday Worship Service - 11:00  AM
            Fellowship - 12:15 PM


Children, Teens, Adults, Seniors


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