We thank God for the blessings that are provided, and the opportunities to share them with others. Thank you for your generosity and partnership with Salem Lutheran Church as we share ministry together.
A convenient way to contribute your annual commitment amount is through our Electronic Funds Transfer program. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that the church is receiving your contribution even if you are unable to attend. All contributions are recorded for you on your bank statement with the date of settlement. There is no cost to you for participating in the program. Just click on the button below to enroll in the program and make a donation. There is also an option for you to use a debit or credit card.
Through your contributions, we’re able to share the message of our faith to our congregation and the larger community, giving people the strength and compassion needed to make it through difficult times such as these.
TextPlusGive eGiving service provides tools to make giving simple even when you’re unable to attend church. Recurring or one time gifts are able to be set up through this option as well.
- Text message [844-916-2307] – GivePlus Text makes giving as simple as sending a text message.
- Mobile app – Download the GivePlus Mobile App on the App Store or on Google Play, enter the zip code for our church  and give.
As all gatherings are currently suspended, however, regular giving is possible by mailing your contribution to church (it is regularly checked and processed.) Please mail your contribution to:
Salem Lutheran Church
1700 W. War Memorial Dr.
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Due to the unique nature of our services this year, we will not be having the usual poinsettia tree at Christmas. However, the church is going to purchase some poinsettias for the sanctuary to provide a more festive atmosphere. We will be taking donations to help offset the cost of the poinsettias and to allow people to memorialize or honor their loved ones to be shared in both the online and in-person services for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. lvinar dapibus leo.
Often times when a loved one dies, there are gifts made in their memory. Memorial gifts that are received are tracked, and then a list is sent to the family so they may share their thanks. Through consultation with the Pastor, there may be some specific area, need, or item that would be most helpful to the church and its ministry that the family would like to designate. Memorials and gifts are never used for the operating budget of the church.
If someone simply wishes to make a gift, the best way to begin is to have conversation with the Pastor. It may then be determined where best it could be used. Many people in making out their wills will designate the church in a specific way, thereby relieving the family from having to work through that process.