Connecting to a new church can be hard. Whether you’ve attended church your entire life or this is your very first experience, it can feel intimidating to walk in the doors of a new church and wonder if it is right for you. We know this is difficult, and we want to do what we can to help make the process easier for you to know if Salem Chapel is the church for you. The way we do that is Salem Connect.
Over the course of a Friday evening and Saturday morning together, you’ll hear more about who we are, what we’re about, and how Jesus makes a difference in your everyday life. You’ll also hear about the different opportunities you can be a part of, what your kids and students can experience, and areas in our church and community that you can serve and get involved in.
By the end of our weekend together, our goal is for you to know everything you need to know about Salem Chapel, meet our staff and other people who you might have seen across the lobby but haven’t had the chance to talk to yet, experience some of the things we do outside of Sunday morning, and actually have a chance to get plugged into the different opportunities here at Salem Chapel. We are confident that when you leave you will KNOW if Salem Chapel is the church for you.
Serving at Salem Chapel
Serving in church isn’t just about filling a role that needs to be filled. Studies have shown the best way to meet people and develop friendships in church is through being on a serving team with other people.
Not only does serving help you get connected to new friends, it is a tangible way to help others see how Jesus can make an impact through normal, everyday things like greeting at a door, serving coffee, teaching kids, or one of a dozen other ways that fit your passion and personality.
We believe that while our faith is personal, it is also meant to be lived out and celebrated in community with other believers. Baptism is your first step in telling others you have given your life to Jesus and are now publicly following him.
At Salem Chapel, we practice baptism through full immersion in water to symbolize the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.
If you’d like to start a conversation about being baptized, click the button below and one of our leaders will follow up with you on what comes next for you.
We can’t wait to celebrate with you.