The main events of the week at Bromley Temple Corps are the Sunday meetings.-

The morning meeting is held  9.55am – 11.15am

The evening meeting is held  6.00pm – 7.15pm


Can I Come?

Whilst the majority of the congregation will be members of The Salvation Army, the Sunday meetings are open to all. You will be made welcome together with many others. And no, you don't need to wear Salvation Army uniform.


There is a facility for parents with small children to engage with the worship in The Light via a televised link.


The morning meeting

The meeting follows a theme in an atmosphere of worship. This includes congregational singing (accompanied by the piano or band), prayer (often extemporaneous and spontaneous), Bible readings and testimonies (members of the congregation talking about their experiences of Christ). 

It is a serious mistake to be so preoccupied with living for God as not to have time for living with God, adoring Him, listening to Him, worshipping Him, and consciously resting in His love.

(Chosen to be a Soldier)



Music forms an important part of the meeting, with contributions from bands, songsters, singing company or a more contemporary worship group. These are intended to enhance the worship and the theme of the meeting. Contributions may be bright and anthem-like in style or be rather more meditative to encourage reflection.

The sermon and the challenge

The meeting proceeds to the sermon, presented as ‘opening the word of God’. This will conclude with a challenge, and often with a call to the mercy seat. This wooden prayer bench provides a place where all may meet with God; it can be used to make a public witness of faith in Jesus Christ; it can be a place for special prayer or fresh commitment; it can be a place for confession and repentance.

The congregation leaves the meeting uplifted by grace, and as part of the worldwide church, available to serve in the name of Jesus and willing to share with others something of our experience of Jesus.

The evening meeting

This is similar in purpose and pattern, but with generally a more relaxed atmosphere. Meeting styles include: Songs of Praise, Café Church, Theological Question Panel, On the Sofa, etc.

For further details you can contact us directly or use the message facility contact us


                         Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing,  

                  but let us encourage one another -- and all the more as you see the Day approaching.                                         

                                                                                                                                            Hebrews 10:25  New International Version