The Salvation Army Victoria Citadel, its rooms and property are considered “dedicated to GOD” and thus all areas are considered to be set apart for the “Glory of God.” We believe that the Citadel can glorify GOD by being both a house of worship and a facility that offers practical help to those in the community who require facilities for meetings, weddings or memorial services.
As a church, the Victoria Citadel promotes the dignity of all persons; however, under the protection of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, it reserves the right to refuse rental or lease access to individuals and groups whose philosophies and/or lifestyles are antithetical to traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs and values.
All non-Citadel individuals, groups or organizations who have received approval to use the Citadel must sign a Salvation Army Indemnification document as well as a Victoria Citadel Facility Use Agreement. NOTE: ALCOHOL IS NOT PERMITTED AT THE VICTORIA CITADEL. Smoking is subject to CRD guidelines.
For more information about the Citadel Facilities or scheduling, please contact Bill Adams, our Facilities Supervisor.