fun facts about The Salvation Army

Quiz: Interesting Facts about The Salvation Army


Did you know that The Salvation Army is credited with producing the world's first moving picture film? Take our quiz to test your knowledge about The Salvation Army.

Question #1: What song was named after a Salvation Army children’s home?

Question #2: The Salvation Army flag is the only flag, besides the U.S. flag, to:

Question #3: The world’s largest Salvation Army kettle weighs:

Question #4: Which artifact belonging to The Salvation Army’s founder, William Booth, resides at the Army’s heritage centre in Toronto?

Question #5: The year The Salvation Army was founded in Canada, 1882:

Question #6: What was the first city outside of Ontario that The Salvation Army started working in the late 1800s?

Question #7: The Salvation Army’s Emigration Department was formed in 1903 in England. By the 1950s this number of British emigrants had settled in Canada under the supervision of The Salvation Army.

Question #8: In one of their first major roles, this actor played a Salvation Army mission worker.

Question #9: Which of the following services did The Salvation Army not provide to Canadian troops in the Second World War?

Question #10: In 1884, a Salvation Army pastor in London, Ont., received a summons to appear in court for the crime of:


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