Welcome to Salem Covenant Church!

 

We seek to be a people who pursue a loving relationship with God, and a compassionate and caring relationship with each other and our world.

 

About

Learn more about Salem's long history, what we believe and our core values.

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Growing in Christ.

There are many ways to grow in our faith and to connect with God. We have different rates of growth and find ourselves on different parts of the spiritual journey. At Salem, we offer a variety of opportunities for people of all ages to engage with our amazing God!

 Growing together.

Relationship is at the heart of who we are and Relational is who we aim to be: with God and with one another in meaningful and authentic ways.

Beginning September 11

Sunday morning Adult Bible Study and Confirmation Class(for 6-8th grade), 9:30 am.

Worship on Sundays, 10:30 am.

Children's Church, 10:30 am.

We hope you will join us!

Have you had the conversation?  Today 90% of people say it is important to talk to loved ones about end-of-life care and wishes, but only 27% of us have done so. Salem Covenant Church will be hosting a seminar, The Conversation Project, with guest speaker Lynn Crager, Director of Spiritual Care and Goldstone Caregiver Center (Danbury Hospital). The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people to talk about their wishes for end-of-life care with family and care providers. This hour presentation will help provide practical steps to help all ease into this important conversation. As Ellen Goodman co-founder of The Conversation Project, explains: "The Conversation Project emphasizes having a conversation on values - what matters to you, not what's the matter with you. This Event is Open to the Public and FREE.

Have you had the conversation?  Today 90% of people say it is important to talk to loved ones about end-of-life care and wishes, but only 27% of us have done so. Salem Covenant Church will be hosting a seminar, The Conversation Project, with guest speaker Lynn Crager, Director of Spiritual Care and Goldstone Caregiver Center (Danbury Hospital). The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people to talk about their wishes for end-of-life care with family and care providers. This hour presentation will help provide practical steps to help all ease into this important conversation. As Ellen Goodman co-founder of The Conversation Project, explains: "The Conversation Project emphasizes having a conversation on values - what matters to you, not what's the matter with you. This Event is Open to the Public and FREE.