The Salvation Army in Bedworth exists to lead men, women and children to god by: 

Caring for the lonely

Helping the needy

Supporting those who find life difficult

What's On

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  • 2pm  Family Service  (1st Sunday in the Month CAFÉ Church)

    • Hall open from 1 p.m. for Coffee and Fellowship

      After the Meeting, we hold a fellowship dinner to Which everyone is invited



  • Monday
    • 9am-1pm Shop and Café 
  • Tuesday
    • 9am - 2pm Shop and Café open 
    • 10.30 am Street ministry (outside Tesco)
    • 12 Noon Lunch with a 2 course Cooked Meal and a cup of Tea £2.50 (Please book by 10.30 a.m.)
    • 1pm CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) with various Speakers and outings (open to All). Second and subsequent Tuesdays.
    • 1pm Everyone Counts. An afternoon for any isolated person, people with dementia and their carers. Refreshments provided, as well as free transport by phoning the Bedworth corps.
  • Wednesday
    • Corps closed
  • Thursday
    • Shop and Café open 9am - 2pm 
    • CAMEO meetings at various nursing homes 
    • Friday
      • 7.30 Prayer Meeting at Oakwood Gardens (opp Tesco)
      • Shop and Café open 9am - 2pm 
      • 10:30am Prayer Meeting and Bible Ministry
If you would like a pastoral Visit from our Team Please Phone either 02476 491936 or 07446186921 and we would be pleased to come and visit you




Charity Shop

Please get in contact for further information
8 Leicester Street Bedworth, Warwickshire CV12 8SY
United Kingdom
Phone: 02476491936

Employment Plus

The Salvation Army in Bedworth runs a wide range services to support job seekers, under the banner of The Salvation Army’s Employment Plus programme, including employment help and guidance in a comfortable, welcoming environment. Services include computer and numeracy training, support in preparing CVs and job application forms,  work experience through the café and shop, van-driving and computer and administration. There is also a job club for blind or partially sighted job seekers with adapted computers.

Many of the people who use the services are referred by Jobcentre Plus, with close to 300 people referred in the past eight months. Through the employment services, the centre has successfully put a trainee into paid employment every month for the past two years.

Bedworth Salvation Army provides a range of additional services, including provision of emergency food parcels and furniture to people struggling financially, an affordable gardening service for older people or disabled people and a drop-in and information centre for people who are blind and partially sighted. The centre also supports ex-offenders in rebuilding their lives on release from prison.

Bedworth Outreach Centre is a hub of activity and is visited each week by more than 300 people who come to one of our many activities or drop in and enjoy coffee or lunch. Our activities meet a range of needs and are available to everyone – The Salvation Army doesn’t judge or condemn, we are here to help. We are grateful to the people of Bedworth for their support which enables us to carry out our work come in an see for yourself the impact this work is making on people’s lives.”

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Meet the people

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

Lucy and Chris Still

Chris and Lucy Still