Corps Officers of the Goodwood Corps in the Western Cape Division of South Africa Term began: October 2019
The work began in 1883 and has faced many difficult situations over the years getting established on solid footing. The Army re-established a presence in January 2008 and received official recognition in March of that year.
The Delaneys were commissioned in 2005 and served as corps officers in Florida and as Divisional Youth Leaders in NCV. Their most recent appointment was as corps officers in Hickory, NC.
Birthdays: Tim – May 27, Bethany – December 10 & Jubilee – March 23, 2005, Zoe – August 10, 2006 and Israel – September 25, 2008 Anniversary: July 13, 2002
Corps Officers of Palma de Mallorca Corps (Spanish Congregation) & Mallorca Palma Nova Corps (Bilingual Congregation) Term began: July 2019
In May of 1971 the work was begun in Spain and in July of that same year in Portugal. From the start, the social work was recognized but in 2009, became established and recognized as a church by a decree from the Minister of Justice.
The Gonzalez’ last appointment was as CO’s of Winston-Salem (Citadel), NC. Major Alan writes the Spanish page in the War Cry.
Birthdays: Alan, April 12 & Mary, July 13 Anniversary: August 1
Corps Officers of Torre Pellice Corps Term began: August 1, 2015
The flag was unfurled in 1887 but had to be removed. In 1893 the work was re-established and was recognized as a charitable organization. It wasn’t until 2009 that it received legal status as a religious body. In 2011, Greece became part of the command.
Captains Welch entered training from Winter Haven, FL and were commissioned in 2012 as Corps Officers in Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Jessica is originally from Italy.
Birthdays: Chris, July 22 & Jessica, April 30 Anniversary: May 30, 2009 Children’s Birthdays: Liam Matteo, April 14, 2014 & Rafaël Zane, June 3, 2018