You're Most Welcome
We would love to have you join us for any part of our Sunday worship.
Our aim is for Shiloh to be a place of warmth and welcome to all. If you’ve got questions, you’ll find a safe place to ask them. If you’re brand new to Christianity, we hope you learn and grow with us. If you’re convinced, we hope you’ll join us in serving Jesus together.
Simply put, we believe the gospel of Jesus Christ is the most amazing thing in the world. We’re excited about it and we want others to know the same joy, peace, and love we have found in Christ.
WORSHIP: 9:25 AM | 5:25 PM
SUNDAY SCHOOL: 11:00 AM
PRAYER MEETING: 4:45 PM
The Worship Service
We love worshiping God together each week through singing hymns and psalms, praying, and hearing God’s word read and preached. Communion is served each month on the first Sunday in the morning and the third Sunday in the evening.
We believe that God has chosen preaching as his means to convert the lost and build up his people, so we focus on the Bible verse-by-verse with exposition and application for daily life.
Following the morning service, we have a time of fellowship — usually 20 minutes or so — where coffee is served and our members and visitors have a chance to greet one another and catch up.
Sunday School, with classes for all ages, follows at 11:00 AM and wraps up about 11:45; we don’t have Sunday School during the months of June and July.
We gather again at 4:45 PM in the sanctuary for the prayer meeting, followed by the evening service at 5:25 PM.
Nursery & Children's Services
We, of course, treasure our children as God's blessings to us and welcome their participation in church services and activities.
We offer a clean, welcoming nursery for little ones two years old and younger for both morning and evening services, and children of any age are welcome in our worship services.
We also provide a private room for nursing mothers, and a quiet room at the back of the sanctuary to allow parents to continue their participation in worship while tending to a fussy or chattering child.