Contact Us

  • Phone: (718) 442.7740
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  • Address:
    634 Clove Road, Staten Island, New York 10310

Service Times

  • Sundays: 8:15, 10:00 & 11:45 AM

Become a Member

Everything we do at Salem Church is filtered through the answers of three basic questions: What are we best at? What are we most passionate about? And what determines success?

We strive for relevance, are passionate about transformation, and believe success is determined by ownership. Are our attenders taking ownership of their faith and spiritual growth? Do they understand who we are as a church and why we do what we do? Are they united with us in our beliefs, values, purpose, and mission? Membership is an extension of this idea of ownership—to live out our values and take responsibility for our mission to reach people for Christ.

If you are interested in becoming a member, this track will take you step by step through the process.

Here are our membership requirements:
  1. Attend the Next Step Class.
  2. Get Baptized. If you haven’t been baptized as an adult,
  3. Meet with a pastor or elder. Once your membership application has been submitted, we will schedule a meeting with you.
  4. Notification to Congregation. Barring any legitimate objections, your membership goes into effect within two weeks of notification to the congregation through the bulletin.

1 Corinthians 12:27 says, “You are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.” So we would like to invite you to be part of it—a part of what God is doing at Salem Church.

3 Steps to bECOMING A member

Step One:  Involvement in a Small Group Members are in face-to-face, vital relationships with other believers in a small group.

Step Two:  Serve Faithfully in the Body of Christ Members have a ministry where they make a unique contribution according to their gifts, passions, and personal style and where they participate in community ministries that help facilitate the churches ministries and services.

Step Three: Steward Financial Resources Members will manage their financial resources in a God-honoring manner. All of our resources are committed to God, and our giving of our tithes and offerings (using the historic benchmark of 10% of gross income as a starting reference) is an important aspect of stewardship.

Looking for a class? Click below to learn more about Discover Salem or Next Step.