What is The Story?
The Story is an exciting church wide experience that unites and equips participants as they engage the Bible. Reading like a novel, The Story features a seamless, compelling narrative. Condensed into 31 easy to read chapters, The Story sweeps readers into an unfolding chronological progression of Bible characters and events. Our goal is to have every man, woman and child at Salem participate, so key elements of The Story at Salem are sermons, Bible studies, family devotions and personal reading.
5 p.m. Saturday
8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Sundays
Sunday Morning Bible Studies and Sunday School are from 9:20 to 10:10 a.m.
Nursery care will be provided for children up to age three.
Jr. Youth Bible Study (6th -8th grade) led by John Wittmayer
Sunday School–ages three (potty-trained) to 5th grade led by Laura Frank
Men’s Bible Study
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Thursday evening led by Vicar Bryan
Salem will shift its attention to the New Testament this weekend February 24th & 25th as part of its nine month study of “The Story”. We will hear about the “The Birth of the King”. But, this King is unlike any of the kings we learned about in our Old Testament studies. In advance of worship services this weekend please read chapter 22 of “The Story”– pages 309 to 316.
This past weekend, February 17th & 18th, Salem concluded its study of the Old Testament portion of “The Story”. We learned about “Rebuilding the Walls”. It included the story of Ezra preaching the law to God’s people and reconstruction of the wall around Jerusalem. To go back and review this lesson you may read chapter 21 of “The Story”– pages 291 to 304.
To view the entire reading and study schedule for The Story, you may see or download it here.
If you wish to go back and review previous weeks please go to “THE STORY” – Previous Lessons.