When asked what is the greatest commandment, Jesus responded with a two-fold answer: Love the Lord your God with all of who you are--with all your heart, soul, mind and strength, and second, love your neighbor as yourself.
We don’t see Loving God and Loving our Neighbors as a one-time event, a 7-step class, or a program put on by church leadership. Rather, it is a lifestyle in which our love for God sends us into the the lives of those around us, to build friendships with those we might not have naturally. We call them our neighbors.
So that's where we start.
CitySalt is a collective of God’s people who gather for worship and are sent out to be salt and light in the spheres of influence and relationships around each of us. Our worship gatherings are held in the South University Neighborhood; so as a congregation, we explore ways to serve and be a part of the lives of our building’s neighbors. However, we independently live and work all across the Eugene/Springfield area, so that is where we are scattered to love, to serve and to be neighbors. Whether we are in West Eugene, Downtown, or River Road area or if we are in Springfield, Pleasant Hill or Junction City, we are all charged by Jesus to both love God and love our neighbors.
We trust the following information, links and resources will encourage, inspire and challenge you to explore, practice and grow your neighboring skills in all the ways you live, love, work and play.
Contact Pastor Mike D’Eliso at: