Thanks for joining us this weekend. We are so glad you're here.
If you are attending our in-person weekend services, please stop by the Welcome Center in the lobby to introduce yourself. We would be happy to answer any questions that you might have and provide you with a free gift.
If you are joining us online, we have a webpage for you to get to know more about us.
Our offices are open Tuesday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. We are closed on Monday's, and on Friday's we are open from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm.
Currently, we offer in-person services on Saturdays at 5:00 pm and Sunday mornings at 8:00 am, 9:30 am and 11:00 am. We also offer an online livestream service at 9:30 am, which you can access with the link below.
We hope to see you there!
Bless your neighbors this summer by hosting a block party. Download the "How to Throw a Block Party" file and join us in getting to know our neighbors this summer!
RORS provides wood to those in need of warm homes, and is looking to raise money to cover this year's ministry costs. Click the link below to find more details and consider getting involved. Call 503-673-3621 or email below to reserve your wood.
During the month of August, we invite our kids and students (grade school and up) to join us for main worship services. OMNI (0–4) will be available. We're excited to focus on the timeless conversations and the multigenerational community we experience at the Family Table!
From August through Labor Day weekend, you're invited to join us on the lawn for Gather on the Green after each weekend service. We love to do life together and hope you’re able to make a new friend and connect with one another as a family.
We believe that every student has the right to start the school year empowered and equipped with the right tools to be successful and confident. From August 20–21 to September 10–11, we are partnering with the Boys and Girls Club, as well as our partner schools (Grant, Highland and Parrish), to support students in our neighborhood. Click below for a supply list or the Amazon registry to purchase and ship supplies directly. Supplies can be dropped off on weekends and during weekday church office hours.
Join us for our monthly prayer time for the neighborhoods and the nations. Click below to learn more details – both with happen in the Upper Room on Friday, August 26.
Kindergarten kids and families – you're invited to C1 on Sunday, August 28 for an open house! Click below for more information and email Kahri Mlinarcik with any questions.
We long for Salem to be a City at Peace with God and we can partner with him in accomplishing that vision by doing life with Jesus, Together and On Mission. Life Groups are how we do life together. Registration is now open for you to join a Life Group that will start meeting in September. Click below to view our Life Group Finder.
Bringing two established family units together to create one new family is filled with unique blessings and challenges. Single parents or already married are all invited to join us Sundays at 9:30 am as we learn faith-based principles to strengthen our blended relationships. Contact Stacy Holsapple to get connected and learn more.
A group of veterans meet monthly to share, support and be refreshed spiritually. If you are a veteran or know one who might be interested in a faith-based support group, contact Gordon Bergman below.
The rise in mental illness during the pandemic has been immense. This can take a significant toll on family members who love and care for those struggling with mental health. Hope Connection is our support group for those family members that meets on the first Monday of each month. For more information contact Gordon Bergman.
The Employment Network has been helping people find work and hope for many years. We are available to anyone who needs some help with job search basics. Please contact Gordon Bergman for more information.
Grief never takes a vacation, and current cultural movements plus a pandemic have really challenged one’s ability to move forward in their grief journey. If you have experienced the death of someone you care about, you are welcome to participate in our group. Contact Gordon Bergman for more information.
Meet with Heartbeat for Missions, a group of women who have met monthly for over 40 years to support missions, on the third Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am in the Old Welcome Center.
Your Young Adults ministry is in need of more Home Hosts for YA Life Groups. Home Hosts open their home once a week and provide a meal for 8–12 young adults from October through May. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Sean O’Connor below.
OMNI wants to invite parents and others to join them in shaping our children's faith in their earliest years. Join the Parent Serve crew as our youngest children experience church in a fun and engaging way, meet new friends and get to know Jesus. Parents – you can even serve in your child’s classroom! They ask volunteers to join a limited commitment, six-week rotation, and would love for you to sign up below.
We value the opportunity to pray for and with each other at Salem Alliance. There are two teams that seek to do that every week – our After Service Prayer Team and our Upper Room Hosts. If you'd like to know more, contact Gordon Bergman below.
Our parking team is on the front lines of welcoming people to Salem Alliance on Sunday mornings. We would love for you to join our crew and serve with us. If you're interested, please contact Tim France.
The International Prayer Gathering welcomes folks from around the world to meet on Sundays for an extended time of prayer and worship in many different languages. We are looking for volunteers to help in making our Sunday gatherings run smoothly. Please contact Doug Holcomb for more information.
We partner year around with three of our neighborhood schools Grant Community School, Highland Elementary and Parrish Middle School. The greatest need that has been shared with us recently is the need for substitute teachers so that kids can continue to learn in a community setting. Click below to learn about how you could bless our school district one day a month.
Church at the Park is a faith-based non-profit in Salem working with unhoused neighbors to bring peace through the provision of low barrier shelter, person-centered navigation services and workforce development. They are currently in desperate need of individuals and businesses that would be willing to provide safe parking spots at night to our neighbors living in cars. Click below for the details of the program.
Would you like to bless students by driving them in a bus to their youth activities? If you have your CDL and would be willing to spend some driving time with middle or high school students, we need your help. We have several retreats and activities planned throughout the year and use busses to transport our students safely. Email Rachel Knowles if you are interested.
There are families trying to restart their lives living in unfurnished homes. We have the ability to furnish their homes, but we are desperately in need of volunteers to assist us. If you or your house church would like to join our delivery team and help those in our community, please contact our Neighborhoods team.
We need volunteers year round to process, stack and deliver wood for our neighbors in need. If you would like to join us for our Saturday morning work days or get more information, email our Neighborhoods Team.
RTI is excited to be sending five students internationally this next year for their Senior Residencies. If you’re interested in financially supporting these students, we have included their fundraising links. If your Life Group would like to schedule one of these students to come share with you before they leave, please contact us below – we would love to get you connected with them.
Our Thai Deaf Team planted seeds in Thailand and have a recap about their trip. Click below to read about their time overseas and a few pictures from their trip. Please continue to pray for the work they did and the lives they impacted.
We would love to talk to you more about how God is calling you to the nations, whether you're curious about your next steps or being a part of a short term team. Contact us below for that conversation, or click the link to learn more.
Visiting or being a regular part of a Barnabas Group gives you an inside look to the ministry our international workers do around the world. With opportunities throughout the month to connect, pray and support them as they serve, you are able to join in to be part of the work that God is doing in and through them. Contact us for more information.
Greta Bryson joined our staff in July as our Worship Leader and we have already been so blessed by her Spirit-filled leadership! Here are a few words from Greta about what she's looking forward to in this new season of ministry.
Hello Salem Alliance! Thank you for offering me such a warm welcome as I join this team. I am looking forward to see what God has in store for us in this new season.
It has been a true honor to step into this position as your new Worship Leader. I will always strive for authentic, enthusiastic and genuine praise to our Heavenly Father; committed to keeping Christ at the center in everything I do. My hope is that you would join with me in that process through the coming weeks. I am eager to see where Holy Spirit leads us next.
Please, if you haven’t already, say “hello” on a weekend - I would love to meet you!
We are hiring for a full time Pastor of Preschool Ministries who will provide vision, leadership and oversight to effectively implement ministry for preschool children, ages birth to five. This person will provide pastoral care to preschool children and their families and will effectively recruit, train and supervise preschool staff and volunteers. For more information on this position, click the job description button below.
To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter and three reference letters (one from your current supervisor) to the email below by August 26, 2022.
God has given us a unique purpose in Salem, Oregon – to be a City at Peace with God. Your generosity fuels that vision and helps it become a reality. Our budget consists of a Ministry Fund (funding our vision to be a City at Peace with God), a Great Commission Fund (sending out local and international missionaries), a Clear Campaign Fund (reducing debt of property loans) and a Benevolent Fund (used to help families in need in our church and community).
You can mail in your cash or checks. Our address is 555 Gaines Street NE, Salem, OR 97301, or you can give through the Salem Alliance app.
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