The next Happy Hour Hangout will be Friday (01/18) at the Edeal home (8351 Hallet St., Lenexa) from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Bring your favorite wine or cocktail for a tasting, and there will be a prize for the favorite drink! The group typically meets on the third Friday of every month, and everyone is welcome. Contact Tracy Anderson at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Salem will be serving on Saturday (01/19) at the Gathering Table (formerly Children's Memorial), 5001 Independence Ave., Kansas City, MO. We need volunteers to help prepare and serve the meal to approximately 80 hungry souls. The meal will consist of chili, cornbread, layered salad, bananas, dessert, and lemonade. If you can help, please sign up by clicking on the link below.Read more »
Join us Sunday (01/20) at 9:15 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. in Koinonia Fellowship Hall for information regarding the annual meeting topics. There will also be a meeting on Wednesday (01/23) at 6:30 p.m. in Salem Café for those who cannot attend on Sunday.
The January Fellowship of the Vine will be on Thursday (01/24) at 6:30 p.m. at Cinzetti's (7201 W. 91st St., Overland Park). Chefs prepare authentic pasta, pizza, salads, desserts, and more — right before your eyes! Enjoy a night of great food and fellowship with your Salem sisters!!! Please sign up by clicking on the link below.Read more »
Join us Sunday (01/27) at 11:45 a.m. in the sanctuary for our Annual Congregational Meeting.
Salem Craft Circle Ministry will be discussing our spring service project event — “Lutheran World Relief School Kits” — at our next meeting on Monday (01/28) at 7:00 p.m. in Koinonia Fellowship Hall. For many students around the world there are numerous barriers to getting a good education. Simply purchasing school supplies such as pencils and paper can be too great a cost for many families. Education is one of the strongest tools a community has for breaking the cycle of poverty. School kits contain essential supplies to help children — and in some cases, adults — continue learning in the face of serious obstacles. That learning leads to a better life for them, their families, and their communities. Contact Kathy Kostroske (913-888-3233 or KLJK278@gmail.com) if you have any questions. The Craft Circle Ministry meets on the fourth Monday of every month.
All men are invited for fellowship and breakfast a location TBA on Saturday (02/02) at 8:00 a.m. For location information, please contact Mike Kostroske at (913) 888-3233.
A support group for families caring with early to late stage Alzheimer's disease will meet Friday (02/08) at 10:00 a.m. in Koinonia Fellowship Hall. For more information or to participate, contact Courtney Goin at (913) 609-1891. The group typically meets on the second Friday of every month.
Fellowship of the Stein will not meet in February. Join them on March 14 for their next get-together.
The next Happy Hour Hangout will be Friday (02/15) at a location TBA from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Enjoy appetizers, drinks, friends, conversation, and laughter as we celebrate the end of a week and the beginning of the weekend. Arrive as you are able, even if it’s not right at 5:00. The group typically meets on the third Friday of every month, and everyone is welcome. Contact Tracy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Join Hollis Renewal Center at Kansas City Bier Co. (310 W 79th St., KCMO) from 4:00-6:00 p.m. as they kick off their next 30 years with an off-site gathering of friends. Enjoy an afternoon of fellowship, authentic German bier, and famous Hollis hospitality. A free-will donation will benefit their new high-school summer service camp, which they are partnering with Camp Tomah Shinga to host in July 2019. Read more »
Please join us Tuesday (02/19) at 7:00 p.m. in the Koinonia Conference Room to discuss "When Mockingbirds Sing" by Billy Coffey. The March 19 book will be "One Summer" by David Baldacci. Contact Kathy Kostroske (913-888-3233 or KLJK278@gmail.com) if you have any questions.
Come to The MARK (3800 Troost Ave., Kansas City, MO) for their monthly music show on Sunday (02/24) at 7:30 p.m. This month will feature A Sunday Evening Of Music With Calvin Arsenia: This harp-driven surrealist soul singing songwriter shares songs to swoon to. This is a fundraiser and public awareness raising event for The MARK Youth & Community Center project. Tickets for this event are $15 through Eventbrite, and $20 at the door. Read more »
This month's Fellowship of the Stein will be a location TBA on Thursday (03/14) from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Contact Rob Garza at email@example.com for more information. The group typically meets on the second Thursday of every month.
Come to The MARK (3800 Troost Ave., Kansas City, MO) for their monthly music show on Friday (03/29) at 7:30 p.m. This month will feature A Night of Fingerstyle Guitar with Dan Bliss: a performer with a well traveled repertoire of traditional blues, folk, and swing tunes. This is a fundraiser and public awareness raising event for The MARK Youth & Community Center project. Tickets for this event are $15 through Eventbrite, and $20 at the door. Read more »
Come to Hollis Renewal Center (11414 Kansas Ave., Kansas City, KS) for a dinner party with friends at their next Farm to Fork Dinner on Saturday (04/06). GOOD FOOD. GOOD MUSIC. GOOD FRIENDS. GOOD CAUSE. Tickets will be available in February 2018. Read more »
Sign up today to lead a rotation in our Sunday school program. Commitments are only three weeks, and it is a fun and fabulous way to get to know our kids and share your faith and love of the Bible with them. Choose a rotation that interests you from among art, games, drama, science, cooking, music, or video. Click here to visit the signup page to choose the story that you love the most or the three-week session that fits your schedule best.Read more »
We are looking for women to host the monthly Fellowship of the Vine in 2019. The hostess chooses the date and time that works best for her and the activity. If you would like to host a month, please click on the link below.Read more »
Salem Lutheran Church has been recognized by Reconciling Works (formerly Lutherans Concerned/North America) as the most recent Reconciling in Christ Congregation in Kansas. This comes after the congregation officially adopted the following public welcome statement in January of 2015. We, the members of Salem Lutheran Church, affirm the belief that we are all created in God’s image and are called to love one another as God loves us. We are a community that welcomes people of all ages, cultures, economic statuses, ethnic backgrounds, family blends, gender identities, physical and mental abilities, races, and sexual orientations. We seek to provide a safe and caring community where all people can grow in their faith. We encourage you to join us as we develop relationships with each other and discover the depth of God’s love for us all.