South Pacific and East Asia
The zonal departments at International Headquarters are the main administrative link with territories and commands. The international secretaries give oversight to and coordinate the Army's work in their respective geographical regions.
The International Secretary for the South Pacific and East Asia Zone is Commissioner Wayne Maxwell and the Secretary for Women's Ministries is Commissioner Robyn Maxwell.
Contact the Zonal Department
Territories in the Zone
The Salvation Army South Pacific and East Asia Zone includes the following Territories, Commands and Regions:
- Australia Territory
- Hong Kong and Macau Command
- Indonesia Territory
- Japan Territory
- Korea Territory
- New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa Territory
- Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Territory
- The Phillipines Territory
- Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar Territory
- Taiwan Region
Click on the map pins for local contact details and websites.
News from around the South Pacific and East Asia
28 November 2020
The Salvation Army confirms that an attack upon the Lewono Lembantongoa Outpost, Indonesia, on 27 November 2020 has claimed the lives of four members
16 November 2020
Working through the school community, it is estimated that nearly 7,000 individuals will be reached via this health promotion activity
06 November 2020
Due to COVID-19, the difficult decision has been made to postpone the launch of The Salvation Army’s new Learning Pathways course.
23 October 2020
The consultation and conversation will reflect on The Salvation Army’s global pandemic response.
20 October 2020
Learning Pathways – a three-tier distance learning opportunity for Salvationists passionate about engaging in their community – is being launched soon
14 October 2020
The international leader asks – ‘what if there are … positive outcomes’ that might result from the effects of the pandemic?
08 September 2020
The Salvation Army has taken a lead in demonstrating responsible and appropriate action as COVID-19 confirmed cases rise in the Republic of Korea.
31 July 2020
The Salvation Army continues to serve those affected in numerous ways by coronavirus and the economic ramifications of control measures.
17 July 2020
Alberth says that staff at The Salvation Army’s 107 schools in the country have found ways in which to care for their pupils
08 July 2020
The Salvation Army has been working in the Burns Creek settlement in East Honiara to ensure food security and mitigate against a rise in crime