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Weekly Announcements

Announcements for the week ending May 31, 2020

  • Wednesday Evening Services — thru June 24

    Please join Pastor Cynthia for a Zoom service every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. through the end of June. We will start the meeting with a short devotional, followed by prayers and Communion. It will be a special time with your Salem family. Click on the link below for more information on how to access our Zoom call.Read more »

  • Happy Hour Hangout via Zoom — May 29 and June 12 & 26

    We've set up a virtual happy hour hangout on Zoom for every other Friday through June (05/29, 06/12, and 06/26). Hopefully we'll be hanging out in person again soon! Click on the link below for more information on how to access our Zoom call. Read more »

  • Stock Drive Fundraiser

    All are encouraged to purchase shares of stock in our students. Shares are available for purchase on our website by clicking on the link below, and fill out your amount for "Teen Stock Drive Fundraiser" under "Children and Youth Ministry". Proceeds help fund all summer trips, activities, and special projects. Read more »

  • Men’s group breakfast — June 6

    All men are invited for fellowship and breakfast at a location TBA on Saturday (06/06) at 8:00 a.m. For location information, please contact Mike Kostroske at (913) 888-3233.

  • Alzheimer Support Group — June 12

    A support group for families caring with early to late stage Alzheimer's disease will meet Friday (06/12) 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.

  • BrickWorks at Hollis — June 16

    Hollis Renewal Center (11414 Kansas Ave., Kansas City, KS) is hosting a BrickWorks sorting event on Wednesday (06/16) from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the Hollis Lodge. Attendees will sort through donated LEGO bricks and break apart already assembled LEGO pieces to be donated to the Giving Brick, which is a Kansas City-based non-profit that collects used LEGO bricks, repackages sets, and gives them to children served by CASA of Jackson County. All attendees are also welcome to come early or stay late to explore the trails & hills of Hollis (weather permitting). All ages are welcome. You are welcome to drop in, but please pre-register to ensure enough supplies. Read more »

  • Women’s Book Club — June 16

    Please join us Tuesday (06/16) at 7:00 p.m. in the Koinonia Conference Room to discuss "China Dolls" by Lisa See. The July 21 book will be "Where the Crawdad's Sing" by Delia Owens. Contact Kathy Kostroske (913-888-3233 or if you have any questions. Book Club typically meets on the third Tuesday of every month.

  • The MARK Music Show 4.6 — June 19

    Come to The MARK (3800 Troost Ave., Kansas City, MO) for their monthly music show on Friday (06/19) at 7:30 p.m. This month will feature The Wires & A Night Of Alternative String Music. This is a fundraiser and public awareness raising event for The MARK Youth & Community Center project. Tickets for this event are $15 in advance, and $20 cash at the door. Read more »

  • Happy Hour Hangout — July 17

    This month's Happy Hour Hangout will be Friday (07/17) at a location TBA from 5:30-7:30 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 5:30. The group typically meets on the third Friday of every month, and everyone is welcome.

  • Salem is Officially an RIC Congregation!

    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.