Friends enrolled with The Salvation Army look to it for spiritual services without adhering to specific commitments or making a profession of Christian faith, and typically identify The Salvation Army as their church home. They normally look to The Salvation Army for important life events such as infant dedications, marriage ceremonies and funeral and memorial services, and are welcome to support its mission and ministry – without the specific obligations and privileges of Salvation Army Soldiership.
A Friend of The Salvation Army normally:
- Is not an active member of any other religious body.
- Permits their name to be on census records as belonging to The Salvation Army.