Double Helping

Bromley Salvation Army held two carol concerts, one after the other on Sunday 16th December.

Guest trumpet soloist, Chris Deacon, played several pieces, including Sweet Little Jesus Boy and O Holy Night; the Songsters sang Wolfgang’s Christmas Canon and You are the Light; the Singing Company sang Let There be Peace on Earth and Come On, Ring Them Bells. The Community Choir also took part, bringing Winter Wonderland and Christmas Hallelujah. 

The senior band and piano accompanied several traditional carols. We also had a visit from The Crooners who sang All I Want for Christmas is You!!  

The hall was full to capacity for both carol concerts with many attending The Salvation Army in Bromley for the first time.  

Proceeds from the collections, totalling £1200, went to Mission Care, a south London charity with five residential and nursing homes.

Photographs from the events can be viewed here

Click here to listen to the evening service.  

December 2018




Celebrate Christmas with Bromley Salvation Army



Bromley Salvation Army is delighted to invite you to their Community Carol Service 'Be the Light'.

Bromley Salvation Army is presenting two (in effect, identical) Carol Services, on Sunday 16th December at 3pm and 6pm

The Carol Services will feature -

  • Music from the Bromley Temple Salvation Army Band, Choirs and Young People
  • Christopher Deacon - Principal Trumpet- Royal Ballet Sinfonia
  • Carol Singing
  • Christmas Readings
  • Bromley Christmas Crooners

Tickets are free and are available via Eventbrite from this link: Bromley Salvation Army Community Carol Service 

If you have any enquiries, you can email us at:

We very much look forward to welcoming you to our special Christmas event ‘Be The Light'!


United in Song

Bromley Temple Corps welcomed St Mark’s Church and Choir into their hall for a united service.  St Mark’s Choir sang two songs: John Rutter’s “God be in My Head”; the other: “O, Praise the Lord”.

Bromley Songsters sang: “Hymn to the Conqueror” and then joined with St Mark’s Choir to sing Darren Shaw's piece: “Guardian of My Soul”. 

....  And, as I reach the hill of Calvary

and see Your open arms,

I’ll know my name and where I’m going,

Guardian of my soul


Bromley Band participated by playing the Maori lullaby: “Hine e Hine”. 

It was a wonderful evening of music which left both the choirs and congregation united in God’s love and song.

October 2018



Sam Pringle Enrolment

Sam Pringle was enrolled as a Senior Soldier at Bromley Temple Corps by his grandparents Commissioners Frank and Rosemarie Fullarton.  

In his testimony Sam spoke of the love and support of his Parents and Grandparents who have helped him throughout his life. Listen here to the audio of the meeting. 


October 2918





The Royal Albert Hall Comes to Bromley


It was a light-hearted afternoon as three young musicians, playing tuba, trumpet and guitar, led us through the history of RAH by means of a beautifully illustrated booklet. Famous guest artists through the years, along with their songs, were featured in the booklet and sung. Around fifty people came to listen, including a couple who were invited from the park. 

The afternoon came about through an initiative from the RAH to send musicians to visit community groups who are unlikely to travel into The Royal Albert Hall. The concerts give a flavour of the diverse styles of programmes the RAH has to offer. Read more

CS                                          October 2018