SALT HOUSE Congregational Charter
SIGN Salt House Charter - read it here
If you passionately embrace our mission of radical inclusion, and consider Salt House to be your faith community, please sign the Salt House congregational charter in the lobby.
If you’re 13 years or older, this also gives you the opportunity to vote in our upcoming Annual Meeting on Sunday, June 10, 2018
Q: I'm a member of Holy Spirit Lutheran (or another church) and don't plan on becoming an official member of Salt House. Can I still sign the charter?
A: Yes! Signing the charter does not automatically make you a member of Salt House.
Q: I'm undecided if I want to become of member of Salt House. Should I still sign the charter?
A: Yes! Official membership at Salt House will be determined through another process at a later time.
Q: Can my children sign the charter?
A: Yes. Children of any age can sign the charter; children age 13 or older will be able to vote at the Salt House Annual Meeting on June 10.
Q: Why should I sign the charter?
A: Signing the charter shows your support and affirmation of the Salt House community. If you are supportive of this community in any way you are invited to sign. Also, signing the charter gives you the ability to vote on the resolutions at the Annual Meeting on June 10
Q: Is there any reason I shouldn't sign the charter?.
A: Not that we can think of. The charter is primarily a ceremonial document. However, if you want to vote at the June 10 Annual Meeting, you must sign the charter.
If you have any other questions, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org