Becoming a New Member at Salem
Someone asked me on Sunday what it means to be a member of our church. She already receives the e-news, has a name tag and enjoys coming to worship, etc. I told her that membership is not required, but it does foster a level of commitment to the Salem community. It entitles you to vote on church issues and serve on the church council, opening up opportunities to serve. Most of all, it deepens the sense of belonging to your new church family.
If you’re interested in becoming a member of Salem, there is a form on clipboards in the back of the church. Someone will contact you, and Pastor Amie will have a short discussion with you about joining. You’ll be on your way to being officially introduced and welcomed into the Salem congregation.
Sue Siebels, Member Care Steward
If you have been visiting our worship
or if you are a school family
who is interested in Baptism,
please contact the office
or speak to Pastor Amie.
for seniors and shutins
If you are able to shop or drive
members to appointments,
or if you are a member
who needs help,
please contact the church office
or Mark Johnsen, Member Care Steward.
Send Cards and Notes
to keep in touch
Sending birthday cards and notes
is appreciated and lifts the spirits
of our members young and old.
It is important to stay connected!
Also visiting our shut ins
is a wonderful way to brighten