FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are you doing anything different for COVID-19?
Sunday morning services are back inside as of June 28, 2020. Fellowship time/breakfast before Sunday school is being served in the kitchen by trained volunteers wearing masks and gloves. All food is pre-packaged and is served until 9:55AM. The kitchen has been fitted with plexiglass and we gather in the gym socially distanced until Sunday school starts at 10:00AM. All adult Sunday school classes are meeting jointly in the gym where we have room to socially distance. The service is at 11:00AM-which will still be broadcasted in the parking lot on 89.9FM if that is your preference. Sunday evenings are still at 6:00PM.
Do you have any activities for children?
Every generation is important and loved at Salem Baptist Church. Because we love children, we work hard to make them feel loved and important. We incorporate them into every service. Additionally, we have Sunday School classes for all ages including children. We bring the children down front after the music service during Sunday morning worship for a children’s sermon. At that point, the younger/less mature children have the option of going out of the sanctuary to a Children’s Church. The Wednesday evening service is almost completely devoted to children and youth. We love kids!
What kind of music can we expect?
We primarily sing traditional songs, but please do not interpret that to mean slow and somber. On the contrary, our songs are a celebratory expression of worship and thankfulness to God for who He is and what He has done.
How are funerals and weddings handled at your church?
All scheduling and other arrangements for funerals and weddings will be handled by the pastor.
What is customary attire at your church?
Most members and visitors dress modestly and comfortably. No one is looked down upon for their attire.
Do you have small group/Sunday School classes?
Yes, we have Sunday School classes for every age group. Currently, the adults are using a variety of curriculum resources from Lifeway. Children and youth are using Answers in Genesis curriculum for Sunday School and Wednesday evening classes.