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Ipswich Citadel
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Welcome to the Ipswich Citadel Website
We hope you enjoy your visit and find that the online information about our faith and work within the Ipswich community useful.

Do I need to wear a uniform?

No, you don't! Many of the people who attend the Salvation Army do wear their Salvation Army uniform, but you will also find plenty of people who don't. There is no dress code at The Salvation Army!
Why not join us for our Sunday Church Meetings
10.30am - 5.30pm
A SHORT HISTORY OF IPSWICH CITADEL

Cat-calls and Fireworks (From the Citadel Centenary Brochure)
In 1881, several earnest Christian workers, hearing lively reports of the Christian Mission and The Salvation Army, as its name became in 1878, met the Founder, William Booth and his wife, the Army Mother, urging them to commence work in their town of Ipswich.
On a bleak November Saturday in 1881, there duly appeared one Captain Gibson from Harwich and two other officers from London to ‘open fire’. more
Each year throughout the UK, the Salvation Army holds the Big Collection to raise funds so that our work can continue helping people in need.

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Can You help?
Tue - CAMEO Club 9.15am
Wed - Ladies Fellowship 2nd Wed in month
Thur - Bible Fellowship 10.30am
Thur - Luncheon Club 12.pm
Thur - Friendship Club 1.45pm
Sun - Meetings, see whats on for times