Announcements

News/Updates/Helpful Information for our members

  • Bible Study & Prayer

    Thursdays at 10am and 6pm

       Join Susan and Pastor Mark for Bible Study and prayer on Thursday mornings at 10:00am or Thursday evenings at 6:00pm. We meet in the Fellowship Hall and use the LBW Vespers service (pg 142), or Matins service for morning (pg 131) and also have a discussion of that day’s readings from the Daily Lectionary (LBW pg 179).

  • choir practice

    John Brock will lead Choir practices at 6:30pm each Wednesday evening.

    If you are interested in joining the choir, please join us. For more information, contact John at splcmusicsalisbury@gmail.com.


    Men's Choir and Hand Bell Choir will begin practices on October 3. Men's Choir will practice in the fellowship hall at 5:00pm. Hand Bell Choir will practice in the choir loft at 6:30pm.

  • WORSHIP SERVICE - Sundays at 10:30am

    Worship service begins at 10:30am.

    Bulletins are available as you enter the sanctuary Sunday mornings.

    Services are also available on our website and on our Facebook page.


  • sunday school

        Sunday School begins at 9:30am. Classes are as follows:

         Pre-K – In the nursery area   

         K-5th grades –Education wing  

         6th-12th grades – Education wing

         Adult Class – Conference Room (George Barringer)

         Adult Class – Ladies' parlor by the sanctuary (Louise Eller)

         Adult Class – Choir room (teachers rotate)

         Adult Confirmation and Membership Classes, taught by Pastor Ryman, is held in the fellowship hall. The focus is reading the Bible through the lens of the Catechism, and will serve as a solid grounding in Lutheran doctrine. This class is for any adult who is new to the Lutheran Church as well as those who would like a refresher. From time to time, a three-week membership class will instead be taught those interested in joining St. Paul's.


    For information, you may call the church office at 704-633-0922

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  • stephen ministry program

    Stephen Ministers are individuals who engage in one-on-one ministry, praying for and spiritually guiding a care receiver through crises situations.

    Applications for a new class are being accepted now. For more information contact Jan McCanless, our Stephen Ministry Leader.