Adult or Intergenerational Studies
After the first substantial snowfall (2 inches or more) in February come out and build a snowman at Salem! Snowmen can be made any where on the property. First come First Built! Decorations are encouraged. Decorations must be retrieved as your snowman melts. Label your snowman so we know who built it. Don't want to build, take a drive around the property and look at the snowmen others built.
Lunch and Learn Meets Online
Lunch and Learn Studies Orthodoxy and Lutheran Catechism
Tired of your own voice? Join our group of lifelong learners for study and for good ole fellowship in our weekly Zoom sessions. We meet for about an hour each Thursday at 11:30 a.m. For the Thursdays to February 11 we will be studying Orthodox Christianity, aided in our discussion by a wonderful video documentary from BBC Television. Then, on February 18 we will start a Lenten study of Luther's catechisms--both the Small and the Large. Try us out by contacting John Seraphine at email@example.com or by phoning 815-895-9736, and he will share the Zoom link.
Online Bible Study of Mark's Gospel
The Northern Illinois Online Bible Study is currently diving deep into the Gospel of Mark, which is the Gospel focus for this current Church Year.
We are meeting every other Monday at 7:00 p.m. for about an hour. Participants utilize the excellent, free online materials of the Yale Bible Study, and then gather for a Zoom session on Monday evenings.
Interested? Be sure to contact John Seraphine at firstname.lastname@example.org for your invitation and link to the sessions.
Household Dedication to Jesus, the Good Shepherd
What is a household dedication to Jesus, the Good Shepherd? A household dedication is a ceremony in your home in which you ask Jesus to guide and protect your family in a special way. In other words, you invite Jesus to be the Shepherd of your home. If you would like a copy of this please call the Church Office. 815 895-9171