Join a Free Online Study by Max Lucado called, Anxious for Nothing

During this time, we would like to encourage you to participate
together in a free online study by Max Lucado called,
Anxious for Nothing.…/anxious-for-nothing-study-h…/
“If you need some more peace in your life, you are in the right place. With God as your helper, after walking through this study, you will sleep better and smile more. You’ll reframe the way you face your fears. You’ll learn how to talk yourself off the ledge, view bad news through the lens of sovereignty, discern the lies of Satan, and tell yourself the truth. You will discover a life characterized by calm and will develop tools for facing the onslaughts of anxiety. This much is sure: it is not God’s will that you lead a life of perpetual anxiety or worry. So let’s learn more about how to step out of a life run by anxiety and step into His presence–a life ruled by peace. Let’s journey through this together.”

Temporary Building Closure & Online Worship – Updated

Out of an abundance of caution with the continual spread of COVID-19, taking necessary steps to prevent deathly risk to our neighbors and friends, we are closing the doors of the church building until April 5th  further notice.

Church will continue online in the form of a message and links to hymns on Youtube  on Sundays. @ & on our Facebook page

We will celebrate our return together on the first Sunday of April. when we return again.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service Dec. 24 at 6 PM at Salem United Methodist Church

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service December 24 at 6 pm

What It’s Really all About

Come and Unwrap the true meaning with us this Christmas Eve. It’s More than We Ever Imagined!

For many of us, Christmas is filled with lights, music, food, gifts, family, and friends. For others, the lack of some of those things can make the holidays harder to bare.

What if there was more to Christmas? What if Christmas was less about what we can get and more about who or how we can love more? What if the greatest gift is just waiting for you to open it?

Come and join us in celebrating the Birth of Jesus. This is a night of hearing the story of His birth, singing Christmas Hymns, and sharing the Light of Life, who is Jesus Christ.

Psalm-A-Week: Psalm 1



Thank you for not letting me continue to live as those who do not believe in your love and grace. Thank you for blessing my life as I continue to walk in your counsel and in your ways. Help me to continue to receive joy as I meditate on your Word. Please, Lord, continue to grow spiritual fruit as I am fed by your Word and walk in your light, that whatever good I do might prosper. Please, help me to grounded and grow from your Word, so that I cannot be easily moved by every wind of teaching. Please, help me to persevere until I can be forever with you and with sons and daughters of you. I know that you will do as you have promised, to watch over me as I follow your ways in faith and to wash over me with grace given by Jesus Christ through your Holy Spirit. Amen.

Sunday Morning Worship Service can be cancelled for inclement weather

Due to the possible inclement weather that is predicted to include dangerous ice patches and drastically falling temperatures, the leadership of Salem United Methodist Church may decide to cancel the morning services.

Please stay safe in the Grace of God. A recorded sermon will be placed on this website and our Facebook page by midday.

Please consider placing your tithes and offering in an envelope and include it with next Sunday’s giving.

Thank you for your patience and may God give you peace.

Join our study the theology of our founder, John Wesley.

Wesley differed with other theologians with regard to salvation and grace, to name just two areas. From his many sermons, this “Salvation by Faith” is the first of many.

Preached at St. Mary’s, Oxford, before the University, on June 18, 1738. (text from the 1872 edition – Thomas Jackson, editor)

By grace are ye saved through faith. Ephesians 2:8

“1. All the blessings which God hath bestowed upon man are of his mere grace, bounty, or favour; his free, undeserved favour; favour altogether undeserved; man having no claim to the least of his mercies. It was free grace that “formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into him a living soul,” and stamped on that soul the image of God, and “put all things under his feet.” The same free grace continues to us, at this day, life, and breath, and all things. For there is nothing we are, or have, or do, which can deserve the least thing at God’s hand. “All our works, Thou, O God, hast wrought in us.” These, therefore, are so many more instances of free mercy: and whatever righteousness may be found in man, this is also the gift of God.” [Read more…]