Worship Services

Join Us for Worship…

Salem Church offers several weekly worship opportunities for the public. Each service features lively music and inspirational preaching, blending the most meaningful traditions of our faith with some of the contemporary music and practices. Throughout the year special services are held to celebrate the special occasions of our faith. The Sacrament of Communion is observed every first weekend of the month. All are welcome to participate.

Salem United Methodist Church
120 Sheboygan Street
Fond du Lac

Worship Service Schedule

12:05 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service (September-July)

5:00 p.m. Saturday Evening Worship

9:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship

10:30 a.m. Sunday School (September through mid-May)

Directions:
From
north or south on Hwy 41
– Exit Hwy 23, east to Main St., right
(south) to Sheboygan St., left (east) 2½ blocks.
From east or west on Hwy 23 – Turn south on Main St. to Sheboygan
St., left (east) 2½ blocks.
From southwest on Hwy 151 – Military Road (151) straight into FdL
(do not turn onto 41/151 North) to 7th stop light, right (east)
on Western to Main, left (north) to Sheboygan St., right (east) 2½
blocks.


Worship and Families

Kids’ Activity Bags:
Tote bags with activity items are hanging on a pole in the Narthex.  Feel free to let your child take one to use during the
service.


Nursery Care:

Child care is available during Sunday morning worship.  The
Nursery is on the lower level and is staffed by volunteers.


Cry Room: 

The Cry Room is behind the Narthex.  It allows you to see and hear the service while caring for your child.

Music Ministries

Music is the vehicle by which all worshippers can actively participate simply by singing hymns, belonging to an organized group or as a solo performer.

Senior Choir

If you love to sing, please join the choir!  Anyone high school age or older is welcome. Rehearsals are Wednesday nights 7:00 p.m.   8:15 p.m. The Choir sings twice a month during the worship service. They also present an Easter Cantata which is given one or two Sundays before Easter, and a Christmas Cantata which is given usually two Sundays before Christmas.