“Prayer brings communities together and can be a wellspring of strength and support. In the aftermath of senseless acts of violence, the prayers of countless Americans signal to grieving families and a suffering community that they are not alone. Their pain is a shared pain, and their hope a shared hope.”
— President Barack Obama
Our Worldwide Prayer Meeting takes place every Thursday morning — people are encouraged to commit to a specific half-hour time slot and pray for the mission of The International Salvation Army. Currently, 129 different countries are represented — thousands of people around the world pray each week.
We’ve seen firsthand the extraordinary power of prayer. No matter what you may be experiencing right now, we know that everyone could use prayer in their lives. If you would like someone to pray for you, or know someone who needs the power of prayer on their side, you may contact your nearest Salvation Army place of worship, or submit your prayer now.