South Salem Presbyterian Church
“The white church on the hill, in the hamlet of South Salem”

Worship with us on Sundays at 10 am.
Join us afterwards for a time of fellowship.
Sunday School and Nursery available. Always plenty of parking!

History of SSPC

The South Salem Church was founded in 1752 by the Rev. Solomon Mead. For the past 250 years, the white church has been a welcoming beacon atop a hill overlooking the hamlet of South Salem, surrounded by ancient trees and a historic burial ground—the final resting place for 27 Revolutionary War soldiers. Read more about SSPC’s history. Live the VisionThe people of SSPC, are an inclusive community of God’s people, joining together on a shared journey of faith. As members of the White Church on the Hill, a beacon of God’s light and love, we invite you to join us.  Please read our Vision Statement

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steeple3_md How to find usWe are located at the corner of Spring and Main Streets in the hamlet of South Salem, in Lewisboro, New York. An hour’s drive north of Manhattan, on the border of the town of Ridgefield, Connecticut.

South Salem Presbyterian Church
111 Spring Street
PO Box 399
South Salem, NY 10590

Phone: 914-763-9282
Fax:     914-763-9283