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When trouble occurs, many seek the love of God through spiritual guidance and healing.
In times of disaster, 59% of people prefer support from a religious counselor or clergy member.
Worship is a vital part of one’s spiritual health. When we worship God, we are acknowledging that He is worthy of praise, honor, and glory. Our worship services offer a place to study the Bible, worship God, and grow together in a community built on the extensions of God’s grace, mercy, and forgiveness. Most worship services are held weekly, usually on Sunday. There are also weekday and evening activities, such as prayer groups, family events, lunch groups, youth clubs, and meetings for seniors.
In addition to regular worship services, The Salvation Army provides a network of chaplains who help those in need find a healing process. Whether it is counseling during a natural disaster or providing daily comfort for those who struggle with spiritual, psychological, and interpersonal conflicts, our chaplains can help you navigate the spiritual healing process and enjoy a growing communion with God. No matter what your beliefs are, they will happily answer any questions about God, faith, and spirituality.
Similarly, our Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARC) and Harbor Lights Centers provide spiritual, social, and emotional healing, without discrimination, to drug addicts and alcoholics who have lost the ability to manage the stresses of daily life.
Jesus said, “When I was in prison, you came to visit me.” It is with that same spirit we provide a wide range of spiritual healing outreach to those who are incarcerated to return to productive lives.
For example, since the 1920s The Salvation Army Southern Territories’ Corrections Ministry has provided programs to encourage growth and support in the spiritual, educational, and emotional lives of inmates. From Bible correspondence courses to prerelease job training programs, we take God’s love behind bars to help the healing process with a renewed life purpose. Together we work to restore hope to inmates, their families, and their communities.
In providing its programs and services to those seeking spiritual help, The Salvation Army is committed to accommodating all those in need without unlawful discrimination or harassment based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other characteristic in accordance with our capacity to help.
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