Ministries >> S.A.L.T.

S.A.L.T. is an acronym, which stands for Serving And Learning Together. This Wednesday evening ministry takes place in the Spring and Fall. It includes time for fellowship over a shared meal, followed by educational offerings and activities for participants of all ages.

The 2019 Fall S.A.L.T. program will begin on Wednesday, September 11 and will wrap up on Wednesday, October 16.

Schedule of Activities

  • 5:15 - 5:30 p.m. Choristers Choir, children 4 years through 5th grade (Ed Bldg, Maxwell Room)

  • 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Dinner is served (Shuler Hall)

  • 6:00 p.m. Adults dismissed to classes:

    • Classes TBA

    • Chancel Choir (Main Bldg, Choir Room)

  • 6:15 p.m. Youth and children dismissed to recreation

    • Recreation TBA

Children 4K - 5th grade will meet upstairs in the Van Arnold Education Building. They will enjoy making arts and crafts with Shawn Hodges, Bible story time with Lina Elfert, and music and game time with Kelli Stainback. The children will be learning how God is reliable and kind and how He accepts our repentance as we honor God by putting him first.

Junior High and Senior High will focus on some of the most famous and foundational Old Testament stories so that our youth will better understand how all those stories lead up to the coming of Jesus, the long-awaited King. They will meet in the Shed.

Adult Classes

  • Each week different presenters will teach a class called Conversations on Prayer, in which they will share their personal experiences with prayer and how certain practices have nurtured their faith and helped them draw closer to their Heavenly Father. This class will meet in the Church Parlor.

  • Pastor Steve will teach on God’s intention for individuals, churches, communities, and the world...that all should flourish. Drawing on the stated mission and values of our new denomination (ECO) and much new material, the class will then explore how individually and collectively we can “live worthy of the Lord” (Colossians 1:10). This class will meet in the glass room off Shuler Hall.

  • Dr. Douglas will teach on Paul’s second letter to Corinth, in which Paul shares very personally about his struggles and also gives us great insight into one of the earliest churches, located in the first century’s “Sin City.” This class will meet in the Maxwell Reception Room off Shuler Hall.