OSWEGO, New York – Pastors from the Oswego County church community gathered recently for a breakfast and tour at the Oswego Salvation ArmyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s new facility, which is currently under construction.
The Oswego Salvation Army is an important partner to our area churches and a significant resource for pastors in our community. The Oswego Salvation Army is currently raising funds as part of their $1.6 million Ã¢â‚¬Å“I BelieveÃ¢â‚¬Â capital campaign for building renovations and expanded services, and are asking churches within Oswego, Mexico and Pulaski to consider a gift to the campaign.
Shown pictured at the Oswego Salvation Army recently are from left to right back row: Pastor Intern Josue Souza. Elim Grace Christian Church; Associate PastorÃ‚Â Jonathan Evans, Elim Grace Christian Church; Ned Waterbury, Salvation Army Advisory Board Member; Vern Tryon, Salvation Army Advisory Board Member and representing Minetto United Methodist Church: John Fiztgerald, St. Mary’s Catholic Church: John Taylor, Community Alliance Church in New Haven; Bernie Henderson, Oswego Salvation Army Advisory Board Member; and Rev. Richard Morisette, St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Front row, Paul Santore, Salvation Army Advisory Board Member; Captain Ken Hayes, Oswego Salvation Army; Pastor Rick Sheets, Community Alliance Church; Pastor Gordon Wendell, Stering Community Church; Major Corinne Hayes, Oswego Salvation Army; and Pastor Jim Tschudy, Pulaski Congregational Church.
The Oswego Salvation Army has raised nearly $1 million of their goal for the campaign, primarily through the support of numerous corporate and individual donors within the Oswego community.
Phase I of the construction is scheduled to be completed in April 2010.
For additional information on making a contribution to the campaign, please call (315) 216-4161.
The Oswego Salvation Army is part of the International Salvation Army organization, which is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. The local citadel provides food, education, services and spiritual support to the local community.