Sunday Morning Bible Study
Salem is currently studying “Revelation: A Testament of Hope”. This course looks at one of the most controversial books in the Bible. The book of Revelation is sometimes referred to as “The Apocalypse of John.”
This course will dispel the mythology surrounding the book, as popularized by the “left behind” media. Instead, this class will consider how the one holy Christian and apostolic Church has understood Revelation for over two thousand years. This Bible study take places from 9:20 to 10:10 each Sunday morning through September 3rd.
Summer Sunday School
Sunday School for children age four through 3rd grade is also held each Sunday morning at 9:20 a.m. The children spend their time studying “I Spy Salvation’s Story”. A fallen tower, a basket in a river, a small crown, burning coals…what does it all mean? Students will gather clues, dig into the Bible and put the pieces together to unearth God’s plan of salvation. Sunday School is led by Pastor Huebner and Mr. John Wittmayer from 9:20 a.m. to 10:10 a.m. in the conference room.
Coming in September
THE STORY is an eight month congregation wide emphasis on God’s plan for our salvation revealed in the Scriptures. Each week highlights a chapter of an abridged chronological Bible that reads as if it’s a novel. Scripture segments are woven together into a single grand narrative. The Story helps you understand God’s Word more fully and will help you mature in your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Salem invites you to pray each day for God’s blessings as we prepare to hear The Story beginning Sunday September 10th. To learn more please visit THE STORY page.