At Salem, we provide opportunities to connect with God and each other through worship, prayer, learning, serving, giving, and sharing. Do you want to connect with others? Do you want to learn more about the Bible or spend more time in prayer? TOTAL TUESDAYS is the place for you. The 2018 winter session of TOTAL TUESDAYS will be, January 9-March 6.
Join us from 5:45-6:30 pm for dinner and fellowship with a simple, family friendly meal that everyone will enjoy. A suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for children/students is requested for dinner. Please register for dinner so that the appropriate amount of food can be prepared.
Following dinner a variety of groups will be offered such as Kids Connect, 412 Student Ministries, and classes for adults. Nursery care for children birth-4 years of age will be provided.
Following the groups a weekly prayer service featuring music, devotion, prayer, and Holy Communion will be offered in the Leonard Chapel. All are welcome. Register online at www.salemstlouis.com.
Nursery care is available for children birth through 4 years old. Children are cared for by qualified caregivers and enjoy free play.
Children explore the Bible through a fun and interactive Bible Study RP3 that teaches children to: read the Bible, picture the story, ponder the meaning, and put into action what they have learned. Kids will earn patches as they finish each three story unit.
Tuesday Student Worship: All 6-12 grade students are invited for a night of friendship, worship, discussion and games on Tuesday from 6:30-8:00 pm. During the Total Tuesday session, students are invited to the dinner any time from 5:45-6:30. Topics for the upcoming semester include: Life Obstacles, Developing Spiritual Habits and Modern Families. If you have any questions, contact Sean at firstname.lastname@example.org or (636) 489-8284.
Have you ever wanted to create your own personal art pieces with beautiful lettering or to just be able to hand-address party invitations with distinction? This introductory calligraphy class will provide you with a place to explore your artistic ability and to learn basics. Facilitated by accomplished calligraphy artist, Cheryl Tefft.
Join Pastor Terri Swan as we explore the book of Ephesians. We will look at the historical, social and literary context of Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus and how it can apply to our lives today.
Come and learn the “Social Principles of The United Methodist Church” with official text, teaching exercise, and social creed. We will engage in a variety of exercises based in Biblical Foundations, Agree/Disagree Exercises and Concentric Circles Exercises. Studying the Social Principles provides opportunities to examine your own theology and ethics and to practice discipleship. You may choose to participate in a project, or just come and learn. Your level of participation and prayers for the challenges and issues of this world will be appreciated. Facilitated by Rev. Sheila Bouie-Sledge.
Join Pastor Tim Power as we explore the video series The Good Book by pastors Deron Spoo and Kyle Idleman. The Bible is a big book. Hundreds of characters and thousands of ideas parade across its pages from beginning to end. From the uninitiated to the very seasoned, readers of the Bible will always find something new to learn in The Good Book. We will visit the most salient themes about God in the Bible. With the goal of providing a sketch of each idea, every session will break down the concept into two smaller sections to unpack the meat behind the theme. At the center of the series stands God, and each theme will focus on who He is in relationship to His created order.
In the Wesley Bible Study on the books of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth led by Rev. Marvin Pyron, you will learn about an important part of the history of the Israelites. This Bible study series surveys the biblical content and includes relevant quotes from the complete writings and life experiences of John Wesley, along with the poetry and hymns of his brother Charles.
Women are invited to this video series as we explore Women Helping Women by pastor, author, and international conference speaker Paul David Tripp. Living as an ambassador for Christ is a high and difficult calling. But before you can properly represent your King, you need to know who He is. This study will focus on the character of God and His plan of redemption. It will also focus on you, a sinner living among other sinners in a fallen world. This teaching will help you to evaluate the sinful tendencies of your heart and why it is a struggle to live everyday as an ambassador. Facilitated by Jessica Power.
Explore a variety of topics. Facilitated by Epworth Children & Family Services
January 30: Giving Strategies
February 6: Epworth Supportive Housing
February 13: Human Trafficking
February 20: TBA
February 27: TBA
March 6: Seeing the World Through the Lens of Trauma: How Trauma Impacts Social, Emotional and Health Outcomes (Presenter Maggie Farrell, visit http://www.aliveandwellstl.com for more info)