TouchPoint is Salem Alliance’s new church management system.
TouchPoint allows you to update your contact information, manage your online giving, and review contribution statements .
For questions about TouchPoint, please call Gina or Penny at 503-581-2129 or email

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Taste of C1
Saturday, September 23, and Sunday, September 24, before, during and after the 5:00 pm, 9:30 am and 11:00 am services. C1 is opening its doors so everyone in our church can have a taste of how God is moving through our first and second grade ministries downstairs. Join us for tasty treats, kids programs in action and more information about ways to pray for and serve in C1. This is an exciting opportunity to “taste and see that the Lord is good.” For more information, contact Katie at


Change Offering
Be sure to continue saving your change to bring on the weekend of September 23/24.   This offering will go 100 percent towards supporting our C&MA Missionaries overseas through our Great Commission Fund.   This is a great way to get your entire family involved in missions. Collection cups are available in the lobby.


Community Groups have Kicked Off
At Salem Alliance Church we value relationships with one another. That’s why we have a two-service model. When you come to church for a service, you can also attend a Community Group where you will be known, noticed and nurtured. There is no registration or membership required. For more information, pick up a brochure in the lobby or visit


Recognizing God’s Voice – A Weekend Conference
Friday, September 29, from 6:00–9:00 pm and Saturday, September 30, from 9:30 am–12:30 pm in Cedar Hall. Facilitated by Laura Scharer, the weekend will include teaching and small group discussion as well as practice, tools and resources for everyday life in the Spirit. There are limited spots available. Please register online. For more information, contact Sarah at




Hearts at Home - meets weekly in Cedar Hall, from 9:00–11:00 AM

Hearts at Home follows a Bible study group for women with preschool age children. Enjoy group coffee and social time as you develop lasting friendships with other moms. Childcare is provided on a first come, first served basis for infants through kindergarteners. >> REGISTER NOW — CLICK HERE



Our Bible study this fall is "Ridiculous Grace"

To many people the word ridiculous conjures thoughts like "absurd, silly, unreasonable or preposterous." For example, "What a ridiculous idea (or decision, job, costume, etc.)." To younger generations, ridiculous has come to mean something different: "awesome, extravagant or excessive." For example, "What a ridiculous car (or wedding, house, new bike, etc.)." Curiously, both understandings of ridiculous fit Jesus as a Grace-Giver. His grace was at times preposterous and even absurd - totally undeserved. Every time it was extravagant and excessive. Every lesson in this study reveals His Ridiculous Grace.

For more information about Bible study groups, click here or contact Sarah at



Thrive 2017
November 3-5
Middle School Fall Retreat
Trout Creek Bible Camp, Corbett, Oregon

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 High School Fall Retreat

October 27-29, 2017

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Freshman 1/2 Day Away

Sunday, September 24 from 12:30pm to 8:30pm, meet at the Youth Center.
We will do an "Amazing Race" around the Portland area.  Bring a sack lunch, $10 for dinner, a jacket and a water bottle.  Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes for walking.  

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SWEAT (Student Work Effort Around Town)

Saturday, October 14, 2017

SWEAT is a fundraiser for middle and high school students.  Registration is required.

Middle School — Register Now

High School — Register Now



Ministry at Salem Alliance Church doesn't happen without the amazing support from partners who serve with us each and every week. When we serve each other, we develop a unique community where the gospel is brought to life and we have the opportunity to trust and depend on those around us. If you are new to serving with Salem Alliance, take a moment to review some of our upcoming service opportunities that are kicking off this Fall.


Little Hearts — (Has immediate need)
Little Hearts, the children’s ministry for Hearts at Home, needs volunteers to work with birth–five-year-olds on Thursday mornings so that moms can attend weekly Bible Study. The time commitment is 2.5 hours on Thursday mornings from October through May. Volunteers can commit to helping weekly or monthly. For more information or to volunteer, contact Susan Irwin,


C1 Greeters and Small Group Leaders
Children’s Ministries is looking for a few more greeters and small group leaders to add to our C1 (Kindergarten–2nd grade) serve family this fall. C1 volunteers have the opportunity to serve children as they continue to grow a deeper a relationship with Jesus through worship, games, Bible stories and connecting activities. For more information, contact Katie at


OMNI Parent Serve
Parent Serve is a way for you to join us in your child’s spiritual development in OMNI. It allows you to be a part of what your child is learning at church, meeting their friends and getting to know their teachers. A team of Parent Serve volunteers in each classroom helps us meet our goal of providing a safe environment and effective teaching for your children. For more information, contact Cindy at


Cross Prayer Ministry Opportunity
Our cross prayer ministry is building a team of volunteers who will pray with new believers who have decided to follow Jesus and nailed a ribbon to the cross during one of our weekend services. The commitment for this team is simple: volunteers will make themselves available for a few minutes after the service they choose to attend. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Melanie at


Volunteers Needed to Provide Simple Hospitality
We are looking for volunteers who would be available 30-minutes per month to setup food/drinks/decorations on a table at one of our neighborhood schools for their staff meetings.  Volunteers would pick up supplies from church, deliver to school, setup and leave – this is during school hours/days.  Community Impact would provide all the supplies.  If you’d like to help put a smile on the faces of school staff members who are working hard to serve kids in our neighborhood, please contact Melanie Pfaff or 503-581-2129. 


Lead Teacher with Broadway Life Center (BLC) Kids
This volunteer role helps provide a safe and fun environment for children whose parents attend one of the BLC learning communities. Lead teachers will have the pleasure of working with toddlers, preschoolers and/or children in grade school. They will also provide leadership to our BLC Co-Teachers. The time commitment for this role is one to two evenings per week (Monday or Thursday), from 5:45–8:15 pm during our 12-week term. For more information, contact Jessica at


Study Hall Mentor with Broadway Life Center (BLC) Kids
Study Hall mentors help teenagers with homework and lead engaging activities throughout the evening. The vision of this role is to create an environment of safety and connection—talking, asking questions, listening and building relationships with teens. We’re looking for mentors who are comfortable pushing past the initial quietness and breaking down walls in order to build self-value and self-confidence as well as exemplify the love of Christ. The time commitment for this role is one to two evenings per week (Monday or Thursday), from 5:45–8:15 pm during our 12-week term. For more information, contact Jessica at


Transition and Transformation 
This ministry matches a mentor with a man or woman who has a history of incarceration and/or addiction, helping them to experience hope and health in Christ. The mentors meet with their mentee weekly for friendship, study and life processing. The time commitment is about two hours per week. For more information, contact Gordon at


The Upper Room Hosts 
The Upper Room is a place of prayer where ordinary people experience the extraordinary power, unusual love and unmistakable presence of God. Hosts serve to create a welcoming atmosphere, pray with people, keep the daily operations running smoothly and are available to assist anyone who comes to pray. Hosts serve specific shifts each week or as substitutes. The time commitment is one to two hours per week. For more information, contact Gordon at


Sawyers, Splitters & Stackers Needed for the Royal Order of Red Suspenders (RORS)
Our firewood ministry, RORS, is currently preparing firewood for this upcoming fall when they will provide dry firewood to members of our community who need help heating their homes. If you love to wield your chainsaw, enjoy the rhythm of running a splitter or have a knack for the sublime art of stacking wood, we would love to hear from you. For more information or to register as a volunteer, please contact Melanie at or visit to complete an application online.


Worship Center Ushers
Beginning in September, our ushers are moving to a new schedule and will only be serving one service a month. We are looking for additional ushers to help us fill our new volunteer schedule. Serving as an usher is a great way for families to serve together side by side and to meet new people at Salem Alliance. For more information, contact Laurel at


Bread Delivery
Each week we deliver homemade bread to our first-time visitors. We are looking for teams of people to deliver bread in the following neighborhoods: West Salem, Keizer and South Salem. Teams deliver bread one week out of the month, and they can deliver bread any day during the week they are scheduled. For more information, contact Laurel at


Donate Restart Kits
Most refugees arrive to the United States with next to nothing, but you can help them rebuild their lives by putting together a Restart Kit. The hope is that these kits will bring honor to refugees coming to Salem, reflect their dignity, and meet tangible needs. We also encourage you to include a hand-written, unsealed note welcoming the family. This is a great opportunity to invite your friends, work teams or small groups to build a kit together. For more information and a list of items, please visit


gLo Support
Support a child with special needs as a one-on-one buddy during weekend services. This important volunteer role allows families with children with special needs to attend and be a part of weekend services. The time commitment is one service hour per weekend. For more information, contact Jessica at