What’s Happening at Salem

What’s Happening at Salem

 

National Lutheran Schools Week

Salem Lutheran School has joined with other Lutheran schools in celebration of National Lutheran Schools Week all this week.   Salem will host an open house for the grandparents of Salem Preschoolers on Wednesday the 29th and another grandparents day on Friday the 31st for the grandparents of Salem Kindergarten to eighth grade students.  The week-long celebration will end this Saturday February 1st.

 

 

Cancer Support Group to Meet

Anyone coping with cancer – newly diagnosed, in treatment, post treatment, survivor or caregiver is invited to join Salem’s Cancer Support Group for its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday, January 28th at 6:30 p.m. in the Church Fellowship Hall. This meeting will focus on sharing experiences over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday, and how members can look forward with hope in Christ Jesus to what God has planned for each of them in 2020.

 

Ladies Guild to Meet on February 6

Salem Lutheran Church and School’s Ladies Guild will meet on Thursday morning February 6th at 11:30 a.m. in the Church Fellowship Hall.  The ladies will gather together for a brown bag lunch and then for a business meeting.  Members are asked to bring a sandwich and the guild will provide coffee and dessert. All ladies of the congregation are invited to attend!

 

Youth Ministry Valentine Dinner – That’s Amore!

Salem’s Youth Ministry will host  its  Eleventh  Annual  Valentine’s  Candlelight  Dinner  on  the  evening  of  Saturday  February  15th  from  4:00  p.m.  to  9:00 p.m.  The  event will  take  place  in  the  Church  Fellowship Hall.  A free  will  donation  will  be  taken  for  the  dinner.  For  more  information  please  visit our  Youth  Ministry  Valentine’s  Dinner  page.

 

During January Salem Lutheran Church and School is collecting canned meats and meals to donate to the Affton Christian Food Pantry.  Items sought include tuna, chicken, ham, chili, hearty soups and pasta in a can.  Please place your donations in the ACFP bin at the bottom of the atrium stairs.

To donate refrigerated or frozen food items, please contact Mary Wolfram.  Your donations of other food and personal items are most welcome and very much appreciated.  The clients of the ACFP are grateful for your generosity!

You may also make monetary donations to the food pantry.  Please make your check payable to the Affton Christian Food Pantry and mail it to 4960 Heege Road, Affton, MO 63123.

To view everything happening at Salem Lutheran Church and School you may click on the Spirit for Sunday, January 26th.