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As of July 1, we have moved to a Digital Bulletin and have put a stronger emphasis on the use of our Salem Alliance App. While this page will remain updated, we would encourage you to try downloading our app for the most up to date information.


Night to Shine
Friday, February 8, 2019, at Salem Alliance Church


Salem Alliance Church is proud to be an official host church for the 2019 Night to Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. This spectacular event will take place at more than 700 churches around the world simultaneously on February 8, 2019 from 6:00–9:00 PM.

Every guest of Night to Shine enters this complementary event on a red carpet complete with a warm welcome from a friendly crowd and paparazzi. Once inside, guests receive the royal treatment, including hair and makeup stations, shoe shining areas, limousine rides, corsages and boutonniere, crowns and tiaras, a karaoke room, 
a catered dinner, prom favors for each honored guest, a Respite Room for parents and caretakers, and of course, dancing!


Register to Attend Night to Shine


January marks the beginning of our next Bible study and sermon series called “Foolproof”, based on the book of Proverbs. The study begins the first week in January and groups are open to join now. Study guides are available at For more information or to join a group contact Sarah Bertz at


Thursdays from 9:00–11:00 am, in Cedar Hall. Now is a great time to register for the next term of Hearts at Home. Hearts at Home is our gathering and small groups for women whose kids are not yet in school. Come join us as we study different topics, all relating to spiritual growth while being relevant to this stage of life. For more information contact Becky Gossard at


Tuesdays, beginning January 10, at 6:30 pm in the Africa Room. For those who have experienced an overwhelming loss from death or some other circumstance, a group exists that provides hope and support for those on the journey of grief. A new 13-week session is beginning for those who have experienced grief and will continue to meet Tuesday nights in the Africa Room, 306. For more information contact Gordon Bergman at

Broadway Life Center - Affordable Adult Community Education

Broadway Life Center offers hope and health in Jesus through transformational education in Learning Communities that address pressing human needs. It's a place for people from all backgrounds, beliefs, and cultures to come and learn skills in one of our Learning Communities.

Broadway Life Center volunteers and staff want to see you and your children flourish socially, economically, and spiritually in this neighborhood and throughout Salem-Keizer. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about our Learning Communities:

What is a Learning Community?
A Learning Community is a unique educational model that promotes skill acquisition and offers relational support. Experienced teachers focus on building basic skills while caring volunteer tutors and mentors help practice those skills with real-life applications. Many of our Learning Communities offer a free program called BLC Kids that engages children in age-appropriate activities and skill development (birth to 5th grade).

Where are classes held? 
Broadway Life Center classes are offered in the Broadway Commons building at 1300 Broadway St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301

How do I get more information? 
FOR ANY QUESTIONS contact Trish Allbritton at or call 503.581.2129, x211 (English), x223 (Español) 


Telephone Numbers

503.581.2129 - church office
503.399.1375 - fax
Staff extensions are available from the staff voicemail directory or on the staff page.

Church Address
555 Gaines St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Office Hours
8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday