Fellowship Opportunities

I Remember When”” Weekend

A Vision for Mission Salem’s 150th Anniversary Celebration February 8/9, 2020 I Remember When”” Weekend                      Rev. Mark Oehlert will be peaching at both services  (Saturday 5:00 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.) (There will be no 8:00 a.m. service)    Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m.  (Using Old Liturgies)     You are invited to wear costumes for pictures (costumes can be made or rented) Costumes are optional

Potluck - 11:45 a.m. Heritage Concert -

1:00 p.m. "Vieuxtemps Returns: An Homage to Salem’s Heritage” Henri Vieuxtemps was a famous French violinist who toured in America and happened to meet Swedish soprano Christina Nilsson in Chicago.  Nilsson had family ties to Salem and invited Vieuxtemps to perform with her for the  benefit of the congregation. They raised thousands of dollars (in today’s currency) for the construction of a new church building.  On February 9, 2020, Salem will be honoring this historic moment by recreating the program that was played by Vieuxtemps and Nilsson featuring Salem’s own violinist, Owen Ruff.  A Free-Will Offering will be Taken.

20/20 — A Vision for Mission

April 4/5, 2020 . . . Bishop Clements to Preach at Salem /Church Homecoming / Celebration Dinner

Volunteers are needed to help with all.  Please call the office to let us know where you would like to help.

The 150th Committee will be publishing a book of Salem's history: who formed the church, and why, and how the congregation has grown to be the welcoming place that it is today.

Don’t forget to pre-order your copy of Salem’s Sesqui-centennial Summary.  A donation, a minimum of $20 each is requested to cover printing costs. There is a sign-up sheet in the narthex with a proof sample of the book.

Pictures from our kickoff Heritage Celebration