As a result of a 1989 feasibility study, Salem’s “Look to the Future” project funded the construction of a new parish building. It included the Richwine Fellowship Hall and a parlor on the main level and church offices, Sunday School rooms, and scout facilities on the lower level. The Richwine Fellowship Hall, pictured here, provides banquet seating for approximately 300 people, full kitchen facilities, a sound system, and a corner, raised stage for programs. The room can be divided in two by folding doors. An Allen electronic organ and a piano are also available for use in the fellowship hall. Since air-conditioning is available in the Parish Building, summer worship services are often held in the Richwine Fellowship Hall.