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Welcome to Salem United Methodist Church!

We are a church in progress, very much like life in progress. You are more than welcome to come join us discover how to grow in God, reach out with God’s love and grace, and put out there our faith in action. I like what the Reconciling Ministries say, “BOL: Believe Out Loud!”

Join us if you want to make a difference, if you think beyond yourself and your needs, if you think God is bigger than anything you can think of, if you want dignity for all. Join us to discover God’s gifts for you and the world. Join us if you want to be relevant and lead and live a God-life.

We are a connectional church, in that we are a part of the global church that is the United Methodist Church who has churches and mission presence all around the world. Together, we respond to God’s call to authentic discipleship and responsible stewardship as shown by Jesus Christ. As we transform ourselves, we transform the world through love, justice, mercy, compassion– where we feed the hungry, clothe the naked, free the oppressed, walk with the poor, advocate for the marginalized and invisible. This is a lifetime walk with God, ever growing and ever deepening, and ever striving to live powered by the Holy Spirit.

Join us in this journey. It is an adventure worth living for and getting excited about!

It’s all about God!

Worship is Sundays at 10:15 a.m. Hymns are drawn from the 1988 UM Hymnal, The Faith We Sing supplement and the Global Praise songbooks and contemporary sources.

Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of every month. The Lord’s table is open to all.

Seasonal Services include Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, Easter.

• At Salem UMC, we make no apology
for strong preaching, sound doctrine
and devotion to the Trinity.

In The News …


Letter from Salem UMC COVID-19 Task Force

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Who’s ready to worship God in person at Salem United Methodist Church!?

The Salem UMC COVID-19 Task Force has been communicating plans for us to return to the in-person worship experience. This past Sunday, June 14, Pastor Keith Hewitt announced that we were still considering a return to in-person worship on Sunday, June 21, 2020. The Task Force has confirmed that we have enough supplies and procedures in place to have in-person worship. We will be worshiping indoors for this first return regardless of the weather.

While we are looking forward to worshipping together in person, we do encourage you to assess your own risk before attending. We will be taking appropriate precautions, but if you are at a high risk for infection due to age and/or medical condition, please consider continuing to worship with us online, for your own wellbeing. As mentioned in earlier communications, the service will continue to be shown on Facebook Live.

Previous communications have included information regarding what to expect as we return. Another copy of that document is included here.

One clarification that needs to be made is with respect to the offering. While an offering plate or basket will be provided at the door as you enter, there will not be offering envelopes. Please provide your own envelope with your name written on it if you want your donation accounted to you.

The procedures for entering the church and sanctuary will require some extra time. Please allow yourself plenty of time to arrive for worship. If there is a line waiting to enter the church, and weather is nice, please remember to practice social distancing while waiting outside.

We are still seeking volunteers who are adults 18 and older in age to be Greeters and Ushers. Please consider supporting our church by serving in one of these critical ministries as we return to in-person worship at Salem UMC. Contact our church secretary, Regina, at 262-843-2525 or by email at salemumcsecretary@gmail.com if you would like to volunteer.

In Peace,
Salem UMC COVID-19 Task Force

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