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VBS Success

From Pastor Meyer: This is a panoramic picture of our VBS closing program last night. All praise to our great and wonderful God for a record-breaking year. The most we’d ever had in one night prior to this year was 155 and that was last year. Our first night this year we had 225; Tues.…

VBS Day One

What a great opening night we had at VBS! We played, we sang, we danced, and we ate! 222 kids at VBS tonight! Bring your friend tomorrow night, too.

July and August 2016 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: It’s a story that most of us learned when we were just young children. And because that story was found in the Bible and because we had the faith of a little child, we never doubted it. We believed it and accepted it as one of the most important events the…

Water Fun

Some of our “Wonderful Wednesday Youth” (3yo-5th grade) had some soaking fun this afternoon getting wet and making awesome memories with water fun!! See more on our Facebook page at facebook.com/slcyouth.

June 2016 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: So what are you afraid of? I’ve been asking that question of people lately, even some of my fellow pastors in the Salem Ministerial Alliance, and I’ve been hearing some of the usual and some not-so-usual answers. Snakes seem to be at the top of the list. As many of you…

May 2016 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: Have you ever heard someone say, “They just don’t make things like they used to”?  Perhaps you’ve said that yourself.  I know I have, especially recently.  Let me explain.  A couple months ago our 5 or 6 year old refrigerator began to beep.  The beeping sound was caused by a built-in…

April 2016 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: I would imagine most of you have heard of Murphy’s Law. And if you haven’t, I’ll bet you’ve experienced it a time or two.  Basically, Murphy’s Law states: “What can go wrong, will go wrong.”  If you’ve ever had a day where Murphy’s Law is in effect, you have quite possibly…

March 2016 Newsletter

FROM PASTOR MEYER’S DESK: If my mom could see me now, she would be nothing short of amazed.  Why, you might ask?  Because the child she gave birth to on August 11, 1955 (yours truly) is not the same person he was when he was growing up.  Let me explain. For as far back as…