Tabernacle Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, Salem, Massachusetts is an open and affirming congregation that welcomes, respects and supports people of every race, ethnicity, creed, class, gender, sexual orientation, age and physical and mental ability, inviting all to join us on our journey of faith. We welcome all people to participate fully in the worship, rites, sacraments, and ministry of Tabernacle Congregational Church. Although we are many members, we are one body in Christ. As one body we are called and challenged by God to respect and reconcile our Differences. Our faith calls us to speak up in the face of prejudice, injustice and exclusion, and to express in word and deed our hope for justice and inclusiveness for humanity.
Concerned about the opioid crises in Essex County
Join Us on Tuesday, January 23rd at 6:00 p.m.
Safe Injection in Massachusetts Now(SIFMA NOW) and the Salem Interfaith Council will be presenting a screening of the short documentary ”Old Addiction/New Hope” followed by a panel discussion with Mary Wheeler, Director of Healthy Streets Lynn and Mary Shannon, LICSW Eliot Community Human Services and adjunct faculty member of the Salem State School of Social Work.
Supper will be served