Visiting Fargo Campus
We’re glad you’re thinking about attending a worship service at Fargo Campus. Our church is a group of imperfect people who want to know and love God. We have a diverse congregation of all ages and ethnicities and are always happy to welcome a new face each week. We sincerely hope you will come and worship with us this Sunday!
Salem is one church, and we meet in two locations. Our Fargo campus has its own distinct flavor. While Salem has two locations, we as one church are committed to the same mission: living lives of love with God, in community, on mission. Our Sunday morning worship services are a part of that mission as we take time to come together to worship as we sing, pray and hear great teaching from God’s Word. We invite you to come and see what we are all about and join us in our mission!
- When do I need to get there?
Arrive about 10 minutes early to make your way in, get a cup of coffee and find a comfortable seat.
- Where do I park?
Fargo Campus is located in a neighborhood and has a small parking lot which we try to reserve for senior citizens, people with mobility challenges and families with young children. Most of us utilize street parking up to three blocks around the building. Feel free to utilize the drop off area on the north side of our building. If you find you’re parking a couple of blocks from the building: It’s worth the walk!
- What should I wear?
Wear what is comfortable for you. God doesn’t care whether you are formal or casual - He looks at the heart! We are just happy to have you come!
- What is the worship service like?
Salem is a welcoming community of believers where you are welcome! The worship team leads us in singing, followed by prayer, teaching from God’s Word and a final response to God in song.
- How long is the service?
The worship service is usually 70-75 minutes.
- Is there childcare available?
Child care is available for ages birth - 23 months during the service in our nursery, which is located on the first floor of our Children’s wing. Our ushers or greeters can help you find the Children's wing.