“We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God’s grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God’s work in Christ’s name for the life of the world.”
Welcome to believers and questioners, and to questioning believers.
Here’s what is happening at Salem
June 21, 2018
John Newton (not the falling apple on the head guy) was a British sailor in the mid 18th century. He served as the captain of slave ships. A series of events led to his conversion to evangelical Christianity. He gave up to slave trade and was eventually ordained as a priest in the Church of England.
In addition to being a priest, Newton was a poet and wrote many well-known hymns, the best know of which is “Amazing Grace”. The first lines of the hymn, “Amazing grace! How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me” and the entire hymn are Newton’s spiritual autobiography in verse.
In this Sunday’s Gospel lesson, St John tells us of this saving grace and of the Word becoming flesh and living amoung us, full of grace and truth. We have all received grace upon grace.
This Sunday worship service is at 9:30. Coffee hour is at 10:30.
Sunday, June 24
Coffee Hour 10:30
Monday, June 25
Youth Lock-in & Pizza Party 6:00
Tuesday, June 26 – Sunday July 1
ELCA National Youth Gathering
Thursday, June 28
Food Pantry 4:30
We now have a special place on our website for our youth ministry. You can find it under Ministries on the menu bar at the top or by clicking here!
Aging & disability resource
We have added an aging and disability resource guide. You can find it under Resources above or by clicking here.
- Katie Adams’ sermon on June 17, 2018
- “Stir It Up!” (Kevyn Jackman – 6/10/18)
- “It’s All About Relationship – It’s All About Love” (Trinity Sunday – 5/27/18)
- “Christ Hymn” (Easter 7 – 5/13/18)