Join The Salvation Army for online worship May 3

This Sunday, May 3, use this resource to join in guided worship from your home.


Find it online here.

Congregational Song 623—Take My Life and Let it Be
Sing along with this song of dedication as we dedicate ourselves, our feet, our lips—and most of all, our hearts, our all—to God.

Prayer—At Your Mercy Seat, Pasadena Tabernacle Songsters
While the music plays, pray as a family or on the phone with friends, as we are reminded that even through life’s storms may blow us off course, we can still bow down and lay our burdens at the feet of Jesus—at the mercy seat. 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 8
Watch and listen as others express what this doctrine means to them.

World Services Video 1
See what happens when we commit our resources to help others around the Salvation Army world.

Musical Offering—Boundless
Watch and listen to this special presentation of the Founders Song. 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—The Potter’s Hand
Listen and pray with this song as God draws us into his presence.

Scripture Presentation—Psalm 93

Worship in Song—Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
As you listen, your chains can be gone. You can be set free.

Devotional Thought—Too Distracted
Presented by Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder

Final moments of worship and dedication—All My Days and All My Hours
At the end of this service, we can give all our days, hours and ourselves to God.


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