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At Salt Church, you will see a lot of signs that say "We Love Having You Here." That's not just something you'll read - we actually want you to feel that way as well. We know that checking out a new church can be a nerve-racking experience, so help us take the pressure off. Don't see something on this page and have a specific question? Email us.

Service Times

We have two services - 9:00 and 10:30am. Both services are the same stylistically and last anywhere from 60-65 minutes. Choose whichever time works best for you and we'll see you there.

Location & Directions

We meet at Canyon View High School, on the northwest corner of Perryville and Bethany Home Rd. You will enter in The Accelerator, the main building on the south side of the school.


Services are held in the auditorium and Salt Kids (birth to 5th grade) meets in Building D. Check-in stations and volunteers will be in the lobby to point you in the right direction. Salt Youth (grades 6-12) meets during the 9:00am service in Building F.

Canyon View High School

6024 N. Perryville Rd.

Waddell, AZ 85355

What About My Kids?

Salt Kids is available for children as early as 8 weeks old to as late as 5th grade. Classes are split based on your child's age or grade (nursery, 2 and 3 year olds, PreK and Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade, and 3rd through 5th grade). Your child(ren) is sure to have a good time in their class, but always know the focus will be to teach our kids about Jesus. Questions? Contact our children's director, Mary Stahl.

We highly suggest saving yourself some time at the check-in table if it's your first visit. Click the button below to pre-register your house so all you have to do is check in at one of the tables right in the lobby.

Is There a Dress Code?

The simple answer is, no. At Salt Church, you'll see people in all the way from shorts to business casual. We're a laid back church and want you to be comfortable.

What is Your Music and Preaching Like?

Our worship and preaching both have the same purpose - to point you to Jesus Christ. We sing songs that you might hear on the radio, but they have an emphasis in Christ, not us. We typically preach through books of the Bible (called the expository method), but to check out what a typical sermon sounds like, click here.

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