A Salvation Army Model Of Worship

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

The earliest record of a Salvation Army worship service is found in the publications of William and Catherine Booth's London East End ministry that began in the late 1860s.

The organization that would become The Salvation Army in 1878 commenced its ministry in July 1865 in a series of tent meetings in the East London district of Whitechapel (Robert Sandall, The History of the Salvation Army, Vol. 1: 18651878 [London: Thomas Nelson, 1947], 37).

The format of these early day services was...


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