On This Day In History: May 20

In May of 1931, The Salvation Army began work in Uganda as part of the East Africa Territory. In September of 1977, the Army’s religious teachings were banned, as well as its ministry, including social work in 1978. Then in 1980, Majors Leonard and Dorthy Millar began working with persecuted Salvationists to re-establish The Salvation Army. They were successful! Uganda now stands as its own territory within The Salvation Army. Doing The Most Good in Uganda!

The Salvation Army Uganda