SALEM NIGHT CLASSES (TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 12-NOVEMBER 14)
At Salem, we provide opportunities to connect with God and each other through worship, prayer, learning, serving, giving, and sharing. We’re excited to introduce TOTAL TUESDAYS this fall! Do you want to connect with others? Do you want to learn more about the Bible or spend more time in prayer? TOTAL TUESDAYS is the place for you. Nursery care for children birth-4 years of age will be provided. Following the groups a weekly prayer service featuring music, devotion, prayer, and Holy Communion will be offered in the Leonard Chapel. All are welcome. The fall session of TOTAL TUESDAYS will be, September 12-November 14. On September 12, we’ll Kick-Off TOTAL TUESDAYS with the Kingdom House Urban Forum Presentation.
Tuesdays, September 12-November 14
Dinner – 5:45-6:30 pm
Classes – 6:30-7:30 pm
Prayer Service – 7:30-8:15 pm
KICKOFF EVENT - URBAN FORUM
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
5:45 PM - DINNER | 6:30 PM EVENT
We will hear from leaders of the Kingdom House Urban Forum in large-group presentation about the work this important educational program does to teach churches, schools, and community groups about social justice through immersing them in an urban setting and providing practical hands-on experiences that lead to real change in the lives of our urban neighbors. Nine smaller class experiences about Urban Forum will follow as a part of the Total Tuesdays line-up.
DINNER • SERVED FROM 5:45-6:30 PM
Join us for dinner and fellowship with a simple, family friendly meal that everyone will enjoy. A suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for children/students is requested for dinner. Please register for dinner so that the appropriate amount of food can be prepared.
NURSERY • BIRTH - 4 YEARS OLD (MEETS FROM 5:15-8:30 PM)
Nursery care is available for children birth through 4 years old. Children are cared for by qualified care givers and enjoy free play.
KIDS CONNECT • KINDERGARTEN - 5TH GRADE (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
Children will explore their faith through a variety of fun games and learn about God through character building devotions. Meets in the Multipurpose Room.
412 STUDENT MINISTRY • 6-12TH GRADE (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
Students gather in a large group setting for worship, small group time, fellowship and fun. Meets in the Attic.
BIBLE JOURNALING • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
Bible journaling is a form of devotion that allows you to creatively express your faith while growing closer to God. Creatively engaging with the Word helps you ruminate on the message and what it means to you. Salem’s Senior Pastor, Rev. Terri Swan, began practicing Bible journaling this past year, and she says the experience has been life changing. Join her as she shares how you can make this practice a part of your personal devotional life.
THE BOOK OF JAMES • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
Join Rev. Marvin Pyron as he leads a study of the Book of James from the Wesley Bible Studies series. This survey of James combines accessible commentary from contemporary teachers with relevantly highlighted direct quotes from the complete writings and life experiences of John Wesley, along with the poetry and hymns of his brother Charles.
URBAN FORUM • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
The Urban Forum at Kingdom House teaches churches, schools, and community groups about social justice by immersing them in an urban setting and providing practical hands-on experiences that lead to real change. Join Kate Steele, Salem member and Kingdom House volunteer, on Tuesday evenings this fall to explore how we as Christians can make a difference in the lives of our brothers and sisters in the City through Urban Forum.
FINANCIAL PEACE • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 6:00-7:30 PM)
When dealing with financial matters, most of us have a natural tendency to push away from the table and avoid engaging the issues. Wherever you are in life, having a clear, biblical understanding of money management can bring about peace and joy in this critical area. Join Salem member and finance professional John Koenig as he leads this class on biblical money management.
THE INFLUENTIAL DISCIPLE • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 6:30-7:30 PM)
There are two things that are non-negotiable when you read the New Testament: We are first called to be disciples of Jesus and then called to make disciples of Jesus. Join Salem member Jessica Power as she leads us on an exploration of The Influential Disciple a video series by Scott & Karen Hagan. We’ll dive deep into five specific dimensions of discipleship: spiritual formation, personal wholeness, healthy relationships, life mission, and economics and work.
“THE WALK” SMALL GROUP • ADULTS (MEETS FROM 5:30-6:30 PM)
Life is not meant to be lived alone. In fact, God hates loneliness. You were created to experience life with other people. Join Rev. Tim Power in a new small group “The Walk,” open to all ages. We will share together, study the Bible, and pray together. Our first study will be a discussion of the video series Forgotten God by Francis Chan based on his book of the same title. This seven-session study offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives. It is designed to initiate and facilitate discussion, interaction and practical application of the message of Forgotten God.