SA Gaming exists to create a safe and positive environment for gamers to come together and build community on the foundation of Christ. We want SA Gaming to be a place for everyone, especially those who don’t yet believe in God or personally know Jesus Christ. 

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Stepping into a New Realm

Utilizing the popular gaming communication platform called Discord, we have built a place of interaction, friendship, community, and discipleship. This community features weekly video devotions, an active prayer request chat, and connection points for gamers across all gaming platforms and many of the most popular games. There is also a feature for gamers to share their live streams from Twitch, YouTube Gaming, and Facebook Gaming.


Building the Community with Discord

What is Discord? Discord is a platform that creates spaces for gamers to congregate, meet up to find other players, and socialize. Discord makes it easy to hang out and communicate.

Discord is organized by servers, which are customized communities built around a common interest. We’ve created our own Discord server called SA GAMING. From here, members have the ability to create a community based upon common gaming interests. We currently have developed several topic-based text channels for our members. Discord makes it very easy to keep conversations organized so users can chat directly within their area of interest.

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What do they say?

Hear from our community's gamers and families on how SA Gaming has impacted their lives.

My son's Fortnite activity took a turn for the positive when he joined SA Gaming. He wasn’t yelling into his headset mic anything about stealing supplies or for someone to watch their language. For weeks it’s the only server on which he’s playing because the environment was so much healthier.



Not only has SA Gaming been really fun to be a part of, but it’s also given me the chance to invite others that normally play by themselves. It’s a place that I know people will always be included and give me the chance to show people the love of God.



We do not allow our children to play online with anyone we have not personally met with. However, with SA Gaming, we know that everyone that's participating is in a safe environment with quality adult presence. Our son loves this so much he knows when all the times playing is happening that we put it into our schedule so he can have ample time with his new friends. I know that he is making quality friendships that will last when he goes to camps, conferences, and adulthood. This is a program I am very comfortable with my son being a part of as an overly protective mom.

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Questions? Comments? Or just want to know more on how you can get involved with SA Gaming? Message us and we'd love to talk more!

About The Salvation Army


Our Motivation

At its heart, The Salvation Army is a church. This foundation is what motivates us to do the work that we do. We love God and serve others because of His love for all. That’s where our mission comes from – to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet needs in His name without discrimination. Because, we want others to come to know God’s love too. SA Gaming is The Salvation Army’s desire to bring the Gospel to the gamer.


Why An Army?

The Salvation Army has been around since 1865. Co-founded by Catherine Booth and her street preacher husband William, they started a grassroots organization with boots on the ground in the most broken parts of London. They didn’t have buildings, but they did have a dedicated following who saw desperate need among the poorest of people and took to the streets to offer help. As the organization grew, they began to incorporate military-style rankings to describe the hierarchy of leadership. Leaders adopted a uniform that mirrored military styles of their day. Their mission was to serve others in Jesus’ name, meeting not only their physical needs, but also their spiritual needs. William described their work as providing “soup, soap and salvation,” eventually changing their name to The Salvation Army. Today The Salvation Army is now at work in 131 countries.



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