What's On

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  • 9:30-9:45am Prayer Meeting

  • 10:30am Morning Worship for everyone

  • 5:00pm 'New Life' Youth Church for those aged 11-25


During the week there are a range of activities to cater for all

  • Monday

    • 9:15-9:45am Prayer Gathering

    • 10:00am Parents and Toddlers (Term Time Only)

    • 7:00pm Bible Study

  • Tuesday

    • 9:15-9:45am Prayer Gathering

  • Wednesday

    • 9:15-9:45am Prayer Gathering

    • 1:00pm CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) - Lunch

    • 2:00pm CAMEO Programme - Programme

  • Thursday

    • 9:15-9:45am Prayer Gathering

    • 6:00pm Brass Rehersal - Come along for a chance to learn a brass instrument. Please contact us for details. 

    • 7:00pm Community Choir. This is open to all regardless of ability. Those who attend are welcome to sing in the Sunday service. 

    • 8:00pm Worship Group Rehearsal - Open to everyone to come and sing or play an instrument to contemporary worship music. 

  • Friday

    • 9:15-9:45am Prayer Gathering

    • 3:30pm Sparks - a club for school years R-2 and their parents (Term Time Only)

    • 6:00pm  Ignite - a Junior Club for school years 3-6 (Term Time Only)

    • 7:30pm  Blaze - a Youth Club for school years 7-11 (Term Time Only)

  • Saturday

    • 9:00am  Men's Breakfast.  First Saturday each month, please phone 07586 570467 for details of venue



We will be running an Alpha course for 18-35 year olds beginning on the 10th September for 10 consecutive Wednesdays from 6:30-8:15pm. 

Please contact 07586 570467 to register your interest. 

Charity Shop

Check below for our opening times. You will always be welcome at our charity shop.

Opening Times

  • Monday 9.30am - 4:30pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 4:30pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 4:30pm
  • Thursday 9am - 4:30pm
  • Friday 9am - 4:30pm
  • Saturday 9am - 4.30pm
118 Church Road Addlestone, Surrey KT15 1SG
United Kingdom
Phone: 01932 855118
Charity Shop: 01932 855118


If you have any specific prayer requests, please contact us on 01932 829678 or 07586 570467, by email at addlestone@salvationarmy.org.uk or by sending the request to The Salvation Army, Church Road, Addlestone, KT15 1SG.  We meet for prayer every weekday morning from 9:15 to 9:45, and we will pray as requested.  You would also be most welcome to join with us during these prayer gatherings.


Being a Christian church, music is a central part of our worship. On Thursdays we have three music groups: Community Choir, Brass Rehearsal and Worhsip Group Reheral. New visitors are always wecome to take part in these rehersals as well as get involved with worship on a Sunday

Children and Youth

Youth Clubs

Every Friday (during school term time) we run three youth clubs. Sparks is for reception - year 2 children (3:30pm), Ignite is for children in school years 3-6 (6:00pm) and Blaze is for school years 7+ (7:30pm). We have a dedicated team of volunteers who run the club and faciliate many exciting activities. If you would be interested in bringing your child to any of the clubs, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Youth Church

Every Sunday at beginning at 5:00pm we welcome young people aged between 11-25 to our church. Sessions usually include food, worship, games and lots of fun and enjoyment. Youth Church also gives our young people a safe place to explore what faith means to them. We are always happy to welcome new members and would love to see you. 

Community Services


Our Tin-A-Week food scheme provides about 1,000 food parcels each year.

Donations are always welcome for our community food bank. Aside from food, basic toiletries and children's products (such as nappies) are invaluable. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require practical help or would like to refer someone else. 


Addlestone Salvation Army is constantly involved in serving the local community, and are always looking for volunteers. If you would like to give of your time or other resources please do not hesitate to contact us. 



Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Ian Loxley