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Sunday@9thirty // 9:30am in the Sanctuary
Designed for those who connect with a more liturgical style of worship. Each week we come together and are led in worship with hymns, liturgy, choir, and organ in our beautiful sanctuary. Be sure to stick around for coffee, snacks, and making new friends after worship.
Sunday@eleven // 11:00am in the Worship Center
Designed with a more relaxed feel, we hope this service connects with those who enjoy a more interactive and relational worship environment. This service blends aspects of liturgical contemplation and routine with the energy of a worship band. (But we all know it's the coffee and snacks that will keep you coming back!)
We're located in the heart of downtown Salem across from the Capitol Building. Visit us on Sunday morning for worship or during the week.
SALEM FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
770 Chemeketa St. NE
Salem OR, 97301
PHONE // 503.363.9234
EMAIL // firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE HOURS // M-F 10:00am - 4:00pm
OUR BELIEF IN OUR COMMON HUMANITY
We believe scripture calls us to embody the two great commandments: to love God and to love your neighbors as yourself. We understand the word neighbor, used in this context, to mean humanity without division or subjugation. We are grateful for the rich diversity of our human family. For this reason, we reject divisive, fear-driven voices of intolerance. Further, we offer our concern for the safety and wellbeing of all our neighbors, near and far, irrespective of faith, race or any characteristics by which some might attempt to devalue them. To this end, we extend our hands of friendship, in a spirit of respect and compassion to all, and hope and pray that followers of all faiths will embrace their own beliefs and traditions of tolerance and good will toward all.
We are a full inclusion community of ordinary people experiencing and embodying God's extraordinary love.
A Christ centered listening learning community, embracing and accepting everyone, engaging the needs of our city, seeking ways to see, know, care for, and empower our neighbors as we welcome them home.