Salem Pregnancy thrives because of volunteers like Michael and Summer Carmichael. The ministry functions at its highest level when volunteers come alongside staff to equally fulfill a greater mission. After retiring in 2016, Michael has stayed busy serving many people and ministries. His passion for specifically serving pregnancy centers stems from childhood.
Karrington’s story will be featured on the Light FM this May 3rd. In case you don’t have a chance to hear it on the radio, check out her story below! Karrington had been coming to Salem Pregnancy Care Center for over a year to receive supplies for her two small children. While
In 2013, Guadalupe walked through Salem Pregnancy’s doors for the very first time. She was seeking a free ultrasound and found SPCC through a simple google search! After a positive experience, she gave birth to her first daughter. Nearly four years later, she came by to receive an ultrasound for her second child.
Why I Serve: Michelle Minnich, SPCC Board Chair Michelle Minnich has been serving on SPCC's board for nearly three years and has served as the board chair for the past two years. She played an integral role in the decision to purchase SPCC's soon-to-be home on 3001 Maplewood Avenue. Her dedication to the
New Hope in Christ As we come closer to Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, we wanted to share a special story with you. Our greatest hope, along with yours, is to see the lost come to know their loving Savior. Patsy Chesnut, our Volunteer Coordinator, was recently given the opportunity to walk alongside "Taylor,"