Subject: Digital Bulletin For The Weekend Of April 21.22

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April 21.22
"On Earth as it is in Heaven"
Matthew 10:5-8; Luke 10:1-9 


Upcoming Events

Worship Night
Sunday, April 22, 6:30–8:00 pm in the Worship Center. Salem Alliance Church will be hosting a worship night completely dedicated to making space for worship, prayer, hearing from God and receiving emotional, spiritual and physical healing. For more information, contact Jill at

Men’s Summit
Saturday, May 5, 9:00 am–5:00 pm at the Schilling farm. Learn about Men’s Ministries while having fellowship and food. We will have a special speaker, skeet shooting, archery, rappelling and more. The cost is $25.00. Sign up by emailing Annie at

Women’s Summer Bible Study
Wednesdays, May 9–June 27, at 6:30 pm in Cedar Hall. Women’s Summer Bible Study is an eight-week opportunity for women of all ages to come together to study God’s Word and connect with others. This year’s study, “The Armor of God” by Priscilla Shirer, looks at the invisible war that often wreaks havoc on the things that matter most. For more information or to register, visit

Baptism Class
Sunday, May 6, 2:00–3:30 pm in Cedar Annex (the Old Welcome Center). For anyone interested in being baptized at Salem Alliance, this class will prepare you for our next Baptism weekend on June 9/10. We recommend registering online before attending the class. For more information or to register, please visit or contact Melanie at

Reach Training Institute (RTI) Dessert Fundraiser
Thursday, May 10, 6:30–8:00 pm at the Broadway Commons second floor. RTI is hosting a dessert fundraiser with the goal of raising funds for the general and student scholarship accounts. Learn how you can allow students focused on a career in Kingdom ministry complete a high-quality ministry degree debt-free. RSVP by Wednesday, April 25, to Stephanie at

An Inside Look Into The Well

Whether our students are involved in The Well college community for four years or one term, we desire students to look back and see their time at The Well as formative and foundational for their faith. One of our former student leaders, Dakota Hamlin, took the time to reflect and share about the last four years as a student and leader at The Well:

“When I first went to The Well, I was 18 years old and had only been a believer for three months. I didn’t know what it meant to follow Jesus. I had no community and I never saw myself as a leader. After four years at The Well, I am a completely changed woman. I’ve learned about Jesus’ steadfastness even when I wander or drift. I’ve learned that leading doesn’t always mean standing in front of people and preaching, but sometimes it means sitting and listening, baking cookies or asking the hard questions. And I can now say, the attendees of The Well are my people. I’ve been living life with them for the past four years; although some people come and go, it has been a place that I feel loved, welcomed and accepted.”

It is stories like this that keep us going at The Well. We believe these college students are on the front lines of Kingdom work and we’re thankful we get to be part of shaping them in their faith.

Jessica Mitchell
Pastor of College-Age Ministries

Opportunities to Serve

Serve With Furniture Bank (Formerly "Storage Unit Ministries")

Delivery Volunteers
We are looking for additional volunteers to help with furniture delivery. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Melanie at

We are accepting gently used furniture donations and other things as detailed on our web page at To donate, you can call 503-581-2129 and leave a message on the Furniture Bank Line at ext. 241. 

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