Corps Community Centers
The Salvation Army operates in multiple locations within the Chicagoland area, serving communities both spiritually and physically. Our congregations are made up multiple nationalities who enjoy worshipping and fellowship with one another. We invite you attend our worship services. To find a location near you, view our list of local Corps Community Centers for service times.
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Power of Prayer Team Member
Have you thought to yourself, I would like to help but weren’t sure how, or if you had the time? Joining our Power of Prayer Team may be perfect for you!
We are looking for individuals or groups who believe in the power of prayer to help The Salvation Army provide a critically-needed service to people in the Chicagoland area.
As a member of the Power of Prayer Team, you simply set aside 1 to 2 hours per week to pray for your neighbors in need.We will provide a list with the first name and details of the prayer request – you provide the prayer.
Community members often send ‘prayer requests’ to The Salvation Army, believing in the power of prayer. With your help, we can put their minds at ease.
You can pray from your home, a coffee shop, your church or wherever works best for you. You can pray alone, or with a group. Simply pray over the requests provided.
Follow the WorldWide Prayer Meeting every Thursday on Twitter. @TSA_WWPM or use #WWPM
Every Thursday, The Salvation Army holds a 30-minute worldwide prayer meeting between 5 and 8am local time. Because The Salvation Army serves in so many different time zones it means that for most of Thursday the Army is at prayer.
Our prayer focus will be on the international mission priorities. You can pray in groups or individually - we encourage you to register your commitment. Get involved by following @TSA_WWPM on Twitter and contribute your own prayers using the #WWPM hashtag, via The Salvation Army's International Facebook page.
For more information contact your local Corps.
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