Community Life

 

All ages connecting with each other and with God through prayer, study, sharing, and support.

 
 
Click Here to see our plans for 2018-2019 and all the things Shiloh is hoping to do. All Church Calendaring Report
 

METHODIST NIGHT AT THE MUSTANGS─AUGUST 24

On August 24 at 5:30 pm, all Methodists are invited to come to Dehler Park for dinner and the Mustangs game. Tickets are $18 for adults and $13 for children (3-12), and includes an All-You-Can- Eat Buffet at the Pepsi Pavilion before the game. There is a sign-up sheet in the office. You must pay when you sign up. Tickets must be purchased before Noon on August 21.

BIBLE STUDY IN THE PARK

WEDNESDAYS AT ROSE PARK Join Pastor Tyler, Pastor Sarah and Pastor Wendy for a Bible Study in the Park. Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm at Rose Park, our backup site for inclement weather is Mazevo Coffee on Grand Avenue.  We will be using Inspired by Rachel Held Evans. There will be activities for children, so adults can enjoy the study. Study will be held June 26, July 10, 17, 24, and August 7, 14.We request signup to know how many to plan for and if kids will be coming.
 
 

Adult Sunday School

Shiloh UMC’s Adult Sunday School meets Sundays at 9:00am in the Education Wing.
 
Our study presents stimulating lessons that explore the biblical message and how to apply that to daily life. The curriculum helps the Christian move from a focus on the Word to reflection on personal, family, church, and community concerns. All lessons are biblically based and Christ-focused.
 
We believe the best way to learn is within an atmosphere of respect and sharing, illumined by a core of our Christian faith.
 
Class Leader: Norma Smith

A DEEPER DIVE WITH

PASTOR TYLER

Pastor Tyler is going to begin a time called “Deeper Dive” this summer. It is a chance for him to offer prayer, conversation about topics in sermons, and opportunities to look at challenging issues in our world and lives. These will be held on Sundays between services from 9-9:45am. We hope you can join us for these deeper dives into different topics.
 
Aug 4─Fish/Gospel/Resistance Stories from the Bible
 
Aug 11─Immigration, stories from pastors across the United States

Faith and Film

Faith and Film usually meets on the second Sunday of each month at 5:30pm at Shiloh UMC.  The church uses our Church Video License to hold a free monthly film screening of a popular film that explores issues of faith and spirituality. We try to show well-known films that people may not have considered from a faith perspective before. After the screening, you are invited to join in the discussion of every participant’s observations.
 

Click here to see the next upcoming movie, along with a list of those recently shown.

 

Please join our casual and friendly group for a night at the movies on the second Sunday of each month at 5:30 PM in Shiloh’s Fellowship room. Fellowship, food and engaging discussions of what we think about the movie. Bring a friend and goodies to share if you wish.

Prayers for Shiloh

Join anytime!

Our prayer group meets each week. We invite anyone who wants to attend. This group will practice praying for our community prayers, our world, and connecting with God. Each week we will take the prayers from Sunday and any other prayers lifted up to the Shiloh community. We will meet in the Sanctuary at 11:00.

Adult Exercise Classes @ Shiloh

  We will hold “Pound” exercise classes for  at the church. Pound is a full body workout that combines cardio, conditioning and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. Using Ripstix, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercise, Pound transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of working out.
 
A small fee is requested to participate in this class.
 
If you have any questions or interested please contact,  Jen Johnson at jen@reliabletent.com.

Messy Church

Tuesdays 5:30pm. (Dinner included.)
Messy Church is a time of family, friends and fellowship.
It is fundamentally about people coming together in all their mess— complete with their messy lives and messy families—coming to God as they are to discover Christian community.
 
 

406 Youth United – Students

Most Sundays 6pm-7:15pm
Through Shiloh UMC’s Youth Group,
we hope to help raise our youth to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. Our youth group encourages spiritual and emotional growth through a variety of Bible lessons, discussions, music, art, drama, and recreation. We also realize the importance of supporting parents. Parents are the most important role model in the guidance and development of our youth.
 

406 Youth United – Summer Activity Climbing AdventureJuly 14 406 United is open to youth in 6th–12thgrades. We are continuing our summer activities July 14, 4-6pm with a time at the Steepworld climbing wall. Please contact Pastor Tyler at pastortyler@shilohbillings.churchfor details.

Children’s Sunday School

Sundays after Children’s time during the 10:15am worship.  We will be taking a break during the summer months, and will return late August.
 
Through Shiloh UMC’s Sunday School, we hope to help raise our young children to be faithful disciples of Jesus
Christ. Our classes
encourage spiritual and emotional growth through a variety of Bible lessons, discussions, music, art, drama, and recreation.
 

Family Day at Oasis Waterpark July 282:00 pm In an effort to get our families together we are planning a day at Oasis Water Park on July 28 starting at 2 pm. Families are welcome to stay as long as they choose. We will be getting a discounted rate so please RSVP to Pastor Tyler at pastortyler@shilohbillings.church

Aging Well – enriching the gift of growing older

Shiloh’s aging well program will be taking a break for the summer, but we are so thankful for the great partipcation this past year.  Shiloh United Methodist Church (SUMC) initiated Aging Well as an outreach program to serve the needs and interests of a robust aging population community-wide.  It provides a safe venue for discussion across a range of relevant topics, fosters relationships, and encourages participation by sharing stories and experiences.  At his time, Aging Well is held on the 2ndWednesday of each month, September-May, at SUMC, noon-1:30.  A light lunch is provided.