Living as a Sent One
Salem's local Reach and Send Ministry mentors believers to effectively reach out to the 160,000+ people in our Metro who currently have no connection to Jesus Christ.
The good news of Jesus is best seen, heard and understood in the context of relationships lived out in the everyday lives of Christians intentionally living on God's mission at work, at school, in our neighborhoods and where we hang out to rest and have fun.
To help you identify the people that God has placed around you, read "Living a Life of Love"
"Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you." John 20:21
Salem Based Ministries
Living Free is a caring community of fellow strugglers gathering each week in an environment where God’s grace empowers us to live free from the chains of addictions. As people created in the image and likeness of God we all have incredible value and worth and as we look to Jesus He renews us and restores us to see ourselves through His eyes.
To learn more contact the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will get you connected to Jim Olson.
“So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” John 8:36
Team Boaz is a collaboration of Salem, Lutheran Social Services, Olivet Lutheran Church and Bethel Church. The mission of Team Boaz is to show God’s love to New American/Refugee families in the community by providing good used bikes. We collect, repair and distribute bikes to those who need a reliable source of transportation for the summer months.
The Sudanese Fellowship is a gathering of families and individuals from Africa who are New Americans that desire to pursue God together. They gather for worship and teaching at our Fargo Campus on the first and third Sunday afternoons of each month.
If you are interested in learning more contact Thomas Inyu (email@example.com).
Local Reach Partners
We recognize that a single church is not called to or capable of reaching our Metro alone. Salem partners with ministries, organizations and programs that are passionate to make a difference in the lives of those outside the church. Some of these partners are supported financially; others are supported through prayer, volunteers or the use of our facilities.