West Salem Mission


Treasures in Heaven

Amish are busy people, and most things they own serve a practical purpose. We at West Salem Mission want you to know that all of these projects translate into changed lives. A place to worship, have meetings, fellowship, teach children - all of these are made possible by your generous donations to West Salem Mission. Thank you!




A Schoolhouse for Our Children

The West Salem Mission has almost 50 young people under the age of 18. The leadership at the West Salem Mission is passionate about practical, quality Christian education that will provide our young people with the tools to be successful. We want them to be a blessing in this life, as well as a have a preparation for the life in the hereafter. We sense that many of our supporters share with us this vision. Thank you!

We would like to replace this old bock building (as seen in the photo) with a new schoolhouse. We believe we are better off starting from the ground up. Our building department has given us permission to build on the existing foundation.

Our goal is to complete the the project and have our school season begin the fall of 2021. Thank you for your support!


Our current site to be replaced with a new schoolhouse


Barn Raising

For those of you that have visited the West Salem Mission, you probably noticed a few rough looking buildings! We have replaced the old garage, and another critter-infested storage building with this 32 x 40 pole building. We now have sufficient funds to finish the project. Thank you for having supported the project



The building is in the process of being completed.


Multipurpose Building

The West Salem Mission has been richly blessed since its inception in 2015. One of the major goals reached was the completion of the new multipurpose building in the fall of 2019. Following the expanded space for meetings, including church services, was an unexpected rate of growth.

If you have invested in this project, rest assured that you have stored treasures in heaven! Thank you!



Building was completed in fall 2019