Sunday School provides weekly Bible study classes for men and women, boys and girls using Word Action curriculum. It is a time for believers to gather together as God’s family in mutual encouragement and support. The Salvation Army believes Sunday School to be a key element of a vital youth ministry and an important tool for building strong families.
Salvation Army worship services can be as unique as the city in which you live. Our services bring together a mix of “old-time” religion and contemporary worship. Services generally include a variety of expressions of worship that may range from singing of gospel hymns to contemporary worship songs, from drama presentations to sacred dance, from topical messages to Biblical exegesis. Sunday morning services are at 11:00 a.m. A Sunday afternoon or Sunday evening service may also be available in your area.
Bible Study and Prayer Meetings
Mid-week Prayer Service and Bible Study meetings are designed to be both spiritual and educational. This program offers a weekly time to study God’s Word and learn practical applications for the Bible’s teachings. It also includes a time of spiritual encouragement through prayer for the needs of individuals, families, the church, and communities.
Children’s Bible Study
Children are encouraged to learn the Bible through the interactive learning programs of Junior Church and Junior Soldiers. Both programs teach Biblical principles to children through games, stories, media presentations and lessons that teach children the essentials to building a personal relationship with Jesus. Our Junior Church program is open to children of all ages. The Junior Soldier program is designed for members of The Salvation Army ages 7-14. In addition to interactive Bible Study, this course provides instruction to children about Salvation Army doctrine and beliefs.
Teen Bible Study
The Salvation Army’s Corps Cadet program provides interactive classes in leadership training and Bible Study for teenagers. The program is designed to help participants grow emotionally and spiritually, to encourage community service, and to assist teenagers in developing a mature and well-rounded spiritual life.