Start Saving Your Change
On the weekend of September 23/24, we are going to take a change offering. 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 throughout the summer as you collect your spare change and put it in a jar or container of your choice.  Start saving your change now and get ready for a great event in September!


Thai ESL Team Commissioning
Today the Thai ESL Team (Jim Stuller, Susan White, Sarah Whitfield and Mike Wilkerson) is being commissioned as they prepare to serve in Thailand. This team has been requested by Thai national pastors who are developing relationships within their communities. This team will work with Debbie Vik, a long-term Salem Alliance international worker, to teach English in the local schools and government offices while also assisting with outreach and evangelistic opportunities. Pray for their safety in travel, the anointing of the Holy Spirit, a spirit of unity, encouragement and blessings as they form relationships, the ministry taking place and the teaching of practical English language skills.


The Bulletin Is Going Digital
The digital bulletin is now available on our Salem Alliance mobile app and the Salem Alliance website. Beginning next week the bulletin will also be delivered via a weekly email to the address connected to your Touchpoint account, and the color printed bulletin will no longer be provided by ushers as you enter the Worship Center. You can find links to download the app by visiting, or you can find a web version of our bulletin by visiting For more information about the digital bulletin, please contact Julian at


Canyonview Camp Registration
At Canyonview, children have an opportunity to learn about Jesus in a fun, outdoor environment. Children who are entering 1st through 6th grades in the fall may attend. Registration is available at The deadline to register is Monday July 3rd, to attend camp the week of July 10-14 and July 17, to attend the week of July 24th–28th. For more information, contact Karen at


World Impact


Barnabas Groups 
Barnabas groups commit to pray for a specific international worker or family. This supportive work of prayer and encouragement is vital to our workers’ ability to thrive in their various locations.

Paul and Marie
Sunday, July 2, at 12:15 pm in the Africa Room, 303. 


Kaopuiki Meet and Greet
Brandon and Erika Kaopuiki invite you to stop by the Welcome Center on Sunday, June 25, between 8:00 and 11:00 am while they are here on home assignment. This will be the only opportunity for our congregation to meet with them while they are back in the US. They look forward to sharing about their work and life in the Philippines. For more informaton, please contact Trish at


Job Openings at Salem Alliance


Director of LifePath // 30–40 hours per week 
We have an opening for the Director of LifePath and are seeking someone with strong leadership skills and experience in the recovery or mental health field. Our ideal candidate is a mature Christ-follower, a visionary leader with a redeemed past or on-going journey of recovery and someone with the desire to share their story. Duties that are essential to this position include developing, leading and equipping teams, recruiting volunteers, and providing pastoral care to staff, volunteer leaders and participants in LifePath. Preferably we are looking for someone with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the recovery or mental health field. This is a full-time (30–40 hours per week) exempt position with a full benefit package. If interested, please submit a cover letter and résumé by email to


Pastor of Deaf Ministries // 40 hours per week
We have an opening for a Pastor of Deaf Ministries and are seeking a biblically trained deaf pastor (male or female) with a strong leadership gift to advance the Salem Signing Service and deaf ministry at Salem Alliance. Our ideal candidate will oversee and facilitate church-wide ministries for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The ability to communicate fluently through ASL is essential. Duties include preaching/teaching, pastoral care, leadership and outreach, which is critical to this position. Preferably we are looking for someone that is deaf or hard-of-hearing, has a bachelor’s degree that is relevant to the position and 2+ years of experience working in a deaf or hard-of-hearing ministry. This is a full-time (40 hours per week) exempt position and requires the ability to work on weekends. If interested, please submit a cover letter and résumé by email to