Most of us know the Salvation Army for its evangelical work, always in service to “do the most good.” We’ve all seen the polite and smiling bell-ringers standing outside of grocery stores with the bright red buckets, but it probably doesn’t often occur to us just how large the Salvation Army really is. They’re big enough, in fact, that they even have a volunteer musical group in their midwest division called the Chicago Staff Band. The members of this musically-innovative group volunteer numerous hours of service without payment, all to share their talents and help the Salvation Army continue to “do the most good.”
The Chicago Staff Band will be performing in Indianapolis at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday October 20 at the Castleton United Methodist Church. If you follow this link, you can order FREE tickets as long as they last. You can expect much of the music to be based on traditional hymns of the church, performed by incredibly capable musicians who have traveled extensively throughout the United States and abroad to share their talents with the world.