Salvation Army corps

Local nameSalvation Army Kyoto Corps
LocationShimogyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan

A Salvation Army corps is local church organization and physical place of worship in The Salvation Army. Like the Christian term "church" a corps includes both the physical building and the body of members who attend at the building. In keeping with Salvationist convention in using military terminology, corps are sometimes casually known as barracks. Traditionally many corps buildings are alternatively called temples or citadels, such as Openshaw Citadel . The Salvation Army also uses the more traditional term "church" for some local congregations and their buildings.

Corps are usually led by an officer or married officer couple, who fulfil the role of a pastor in other denominations. Officers in these positions are known as "Corps Officers" or CO's, and are generally Lieutenants, Captains or Majors.

Tags Place of WorshipChristian
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvation_Army_corps

Address Kyoto, Japan

Coordinates 35°0'11.337" N 135°45'53.068" E

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