God has promised and demonstrated that He will resource those whom He has called and guided on the journey of transformation. We are to be wise stewards of what we have, but also work with faith that God will provide in abundance.
Bromley Temple Corps values the contributions made by those who attend the meetings and also the committed giving of its members.
Standing Orders can be set up electronically to the following account:
Bank: Reliance Bank Ltd
23-24 Lovat Lane
London, EC3R 8EB
Bank Sort Code. 60-01-73
Account number. 00101479
Account name. Bromley Temple Corps of The Salvation Army
Reference. Your name
Once this is set up, please advise the corps treasurer. You can do so by using the 'contact us' facility.
If you are a UK taxpayer wishing to contribute Gift Aid, click on the icon to download the Gift Aid Declaration. Please complete the form and forward this to:
Irrespective of your country of residence you can make a donation in UK currency direct to The Salvation Army, Bromley through give.net.
Members also make an annual offering to the global mission of The Salvation Army through the Self-Denial Missionary Appeal in March.
We also raise funds from the public. Besides its own work for the disadvantaged in Bromley, the corps also raises substantial funds from the public for the residential social and community work of The Salvation Army in the UK and the Republic of Ireland through The Big Collection appeal in September.
The Bridge Project also raises money for given projects, at present, both local and international.
Financial Statements can be viewed in the Member Menu.
The nearest Salvation Army Trading Company Charity Shop is at 17 High St, West Wickham, Kent, BR4 0LP. Check their website for the nearest clothing collection point.
Please contact us for further information and also if you would prefer not to use the online facility and want to make a single or regular donation to the work of Bromley Temple Corps.
Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly,
and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.
Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give,
not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.