Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Axtell, KS congregation members donated household items, clothing, tools, electronics and other items to be sold for freewill offering as part of the recent Highway 36 Treasure Hunt sales. All freewill offering proceeds of $515.36 collected on September 20th and 21st were given to Habitat For Humanity in Marysville KS in support of their mission to “Help families build and improve places we call home”. Salem Pastor Cindy Cone and member Larry Swanson delivered the freewill offering to Paula, Manager of the Marysville Habitat For Humanity.
Pastor Cindy Cone and Larry Swanson presenting a Salem donation to HFH Manager Paula Schroeder.
After worship on August 25, 2019, Pastor Cindy invited the congregation to come to the Altar to bless the school supplies before distribution...we'll do it again in 2020!
School Supplies brought to the Altar to be later distributed to Axtell, Frankfort, Seneca and Marysville, KS schools.
Salem Lutheran distributed school supplies that was noted in a news release from the Frankfort Area News.
Pastor Cindy helped Pastor Janelle and Father Jim work with the VBS teachers using the theme of Fixer Upper.
Sally McMillen and Sharmon Polson work with the VBS kids with biblical craft designs.
Pastor Cindy helped Pastor Jim Aiken and Pastor Shannon Borgman using the Bible Theme of "Fixer Upper". The Bible school activities were held at the Frankfort's United Methodist Church from 7 thru 9 August 2019.
The attendees see that their donations will go to the groups next Mission Trip.
That's what happens at the Ice Cream social ... eat ice cream and cake, talk and some are heard laughing out loud!
Records show that the Salem Youth Group (formerly Luther League) was organized in 1890. The Youth Group held its 1st summer fest serving ice cream and desserts in the Vermillion City Park in 1894 to earn money to contribute to the remodeling of the 1st Salem Church.
Sophie, in the purple, leading worship
Lake Okoboji, IA
Sophie in a group picture at Camp Okoboji
2019 Memorial Day weekend view looking from East to the West
On Monday, May 27th, 2019 at 9 AM, the Vermillion KS American Legion conducted a Memorial Service honoring the 78 military veterans who are buried in the Cemetery. Salem's Pastor Cindy Cone gave the Memorial Day message while Pastor Virgil Warren (Vermillion KS Christian Church) gave the closing prayer. Commander Kent Stowell is the Vermillion American Legion Post Commander.
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