WELCOME TO SALEM!
Our mission at Salem is to generously love people at home and around the world toward a growing relationship with Christ. One of the Christlike characteristics of our church family is a heart of generosity toward people. We believe God wants to leverage that generosity as we live out His calling wherever He leads us, whether at home or around the world.
People were not designed to go through life alone. Connecting in community allows you to join with others, build friendships, and to share the successes and struggles of life with one another. Community provides accountability and encouragement as you follow Jesus and take the next steps in your faith.
At Salem, we believe community is an essential part of Christian life. Connect Groups and serving are two of the best ways to grow together as we grow closer to Christ.
WHERE TO GO
Once you arrive, our parking lot hosts will guide you to our “New Comer” parking. As you enter the building, our Greeters will help direct you where you need to go.
If you have any questions, stop by our “Next Steps” desk in the main foyer, where one of our friendly volunteers can assist you.
If you are a newcomer with children, visit our SalemKids “First-Time” desk and one of our friendly volunteers will help you set up your account and get your children registered for their class.
WHAT TO EXPECT
You will be welcomed into a church family that loves generously and cares for people well. We are a casual, multi-generational church that is deeply rooted in Biblical teaching.
What to expect when you come to Salem:
- People that commit to Pray First
- People that believe and show through their actions that People Matter
- People that believe in the Gospel and that The Gospel Is For Everyone
9 a.m. | Connect Groups
10:15 a.m. | Worship Service
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
SalemKids is a fun, safe environment for newborn – fifth grade. Our goal is to partner with parents so the Biblical teachings can carry on through the week.
We believe two combined influences make a greater impact than just two individual influences.
For those older kids, check out Salem Students for sixth grade – twelfth grade.