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Salvation Army Café in Stoke Newington

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We visit a café in London's Stoke Newington where a new Salvation Army corps is springing into life. Local corps officers in Clapton Captain Karl and Ruth Gray oversee the café which is situated in an old night club premises on Church Street. It is a fresh expression of The Salvation Army attracting a wide variety of people and is one of a number that we will bring to you during 2014.

This film is available on DVD as part of "LINK 58". LINK is the video magazine of The Salvation Army in the UK and Ireland. Go to http://www.salvationarmy.or... to find out how to order a copy. Show less
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The Salvation Army has a long history of working with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world.

This includes people who find themselves the victims of human trafficking. The Salvation Army's anti-human trafficking work takes place on an international scale, and it has been protecting and caring for vulnerable victims of human trafficking since The Salvation Army's early beginnings in the 1880s.
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