Prayer

Alongside the Scriptures, prayer is a vital component in the life of every Christian. It forms an essential part of a Salvation Army meeting and in the devotional life of the Salvationist. The mercy seat - a wooden bench at the front of the worship hall is sometimes known as 'the place of prayer'.

The salvation soldier must ever bear in mind that prayer is the chief means of keeping that contact with God in which His life fills the human soul and the Holy Spirit makes the presence of Christ living and real.     

(Chosen to be a Soldier)

 

Our commitment to prayer can be strengthened by meeting in groups.

Bromley Temple Prayer Fellowship Groups meet regularly:

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All small groups are open groups and welcome new members, please ask for details of meeting places from the individual leaders or via the Corps Administrator or you may use the message facility contact us

 

“.. My House will be called a house of prayer for all nations”

 

Isaiah 57:7 (NIV-UK)

 

Bromley Temple Corps may join in special calls to prayer, such as - Day of Prayer for Children and the Women's World Day of Prayer.

The corps is committed to the General's call to a weekly Worldwide Prayer Meeting each Thursday morning.

Further information on spiritual life development at: International Centre for Spiritual Life Development.

“O’er our world so filled with sorrow,

Fear and hunger, pain and strife,

Shed Thy light of hope and mercy,

Gift of love, eternal life.”

Doris Rendell,

Updated: December 2015