Join The Salvation Army for online worship May 17

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This Sunday, May 17, use this resource to join in guided worship from your home.


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Congregational Song 980— “Storm the Forts of Darkness”
Sing along with this song of affirmation as we bring glory and honor to our Lord.

Prayer— “I Need Thee”
While the music plays, pray as a family or on the phone with friends, as we are reminded that we need Jesus every hour of our lives. Pray for your community, the people in need and for our Army as we minister to thousands across this country. Ask God to provide healing to the sick, to protect us and deliver us from the Coronavirus.

We Believe—Doctrine 10
Watch and listen as others express what this doctrine means to them.

World Services Video 3
See what happens when we commit our resources to help others around The Salvation Army world.

Musical Offering— “How Sweet the Sound”
Watch and listen to this special presentation of the well-known hymn, “Amazing Grace.” Remember that even though you are not able to be at the corps, your tithing is important. You can download the app on your iPhone or Android and tithe electronically:

Worship in Song— “Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone)”
As you listen, we can know that Christ can free us from the chains that hold us back!

Scripture Presentation—Acts 26: 1-32

Worship in Song— “Build My Life”
Listen and pray with this song as we are reminded that Jesus is worthy of all the praises we could ever sing!

Devotional Thought—Samaria
Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder brings a devotional thought about the importance of a passionate faith, and what we do with it.

Final moments of worship and dedication— “Come Beautiful Christ”
At the end of this service we want to remind you that we can’t ask more than to live every day for Christ.

A video playlist to inspire you today

A video playlist to inspire you today

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Salvation Army COVID-19 responses flex to changing conditions

Salvation Army COVID-19 responses flex to changing conditions

While much of the world remains under some form of lockdown or stay-in-place

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