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Groups @

Salem First Presbyterian Church

Find a place for you to feel at home

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NextGen Reach

Sunday Nights @ 4:30pm & 6pm

NextGen Reach is our space for middle and high schoolers to come and be in community and learn about who God is in a safe and welcoming space. They also enjoy having fun and you will definitely have memories made. Middle Schoolers meet at 4:30pm and High Schoolers meet at 6pm.
High Schoolers also have a Bible Study every Thursday at 6pm.

History Guild

Tuesdays @ 10:30am

Join in learning and sharing the history of our church. Every week, History Guild goes through the records of the church to find interesting documents and preserve the history of the people who have been involved with Salem First Presbyterian going all the way back to 1869.

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Men's Coffee @ Ike Box

Tuesdays @ 8:30am

There is a group of men who meet up every Tuesday morning at Ike Box, the coffee shop directly across the street from us, to catch up, check-in, and talk about their spiritual life over a cup of coffee (or tea, or anything really). It is open to any men who would like to join them.


Wednesdays @ 12pm

Women@Noon is a book study group for any women who are interested in joining in on in-depth and interesting discussions on different books about what it means to be a Christian and how to live it out in your day to day life. They meet every week in the Library so come with your reading cap on!

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Quilts & More

Wednesdays @ 10am

Do you find you have a passion for quilting and would love to share that with other similar minded people? Do you like doing other things along with knitting? Quilts & More is a weekly gathering where some of the quilters of the church get together and put together some beautiful pieces and make memories along the way. They meet at the church in the Quilting room in the basement.

Write Your Life

Thursdays @ 10am

Come and document your life stories on paper for future generations. Meet with others and share your life experiences with those around you and remember the wonderful story that your life is. They meet every week in the library.

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