Salem’s youth gather in their own Youth Room located across the hall from the gymnasium. It provides an environment where teens may gather safely, be accepted, grow in faith, and learn about Jesus’ love. From high-impact trips such as the LCMS National Youth Gathering to local service events, teens share the love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with others. We have both Senior and Middle school groups. Contact Jeff Kullmann for more information or visit the Salem Youth Group Facebook Page.
Hayride and Bonfire at Queeny Park
Salem’s Youth Group will gather on Saturday night November 4th at 7:00 p.m. for its annual hayride and bonfire., The event will take place at Queeny Park and last until 10:30 p.m. If you’re interested in attending please contact Jeff Kullmann. The cost of a wagon for the hayride is $150.00 and each wagon holds 20 people. If you are attending you must bring ten dollars and may also bring in your own beverage and snack plus S’mores fixings. Should it rain, the youth will spend the night in the Youth Room.
The Missouri District Youth Gathering (DYG) is an opportunity to renew and re-energize Lutheran youth from across Missouri. Events include community building, music, bible studies, group time, great speakers, a Saturday servant event and a worship service to finish the weekend! The DYG runs from Friday November 17 through Sunday November 19. This year’s theme is “Filtered” based on Ephesians 4:24, “put on the new self, created after the likeness of God in true Righteousness and holiness.”
The cost of the event is $100 which includes lodging, four meals and event programming. Salem’s Youth Ministry Board is covering the cost of transportation to and from Cross Pointe Retreat Center in Rocky Mount, MO. The deadline to register is Sunday November 5th. If you’re interested in attending this weekend of praise and service then contact Jeff Kullmann.
Calling All Youth with Music or Singing Talent
Salem’s Praise Band practices on Tuesday evenings in the Youth Room. The Praise Band is led by Dale Dalton who provides the leadership to the musicians that could potentially reach a whole new group of people! The youth group is excited to see what God has in store for its ministry.
The Senior High Youth Group has a year round service/outreach project to help provide new socks to those who are homeless in the St. Louis area. You’re encouraged to donate new preferably long tube socks. You may place the socks in the box in the Youth Room or the box in the entry foyer.
Ever wonder what Salem’s Youth Group is doing or what’s coming up in a week or maybe a month? Check out the Youth Calendar.