Community Life


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


We continue our work with Aging Well to invite folks of all ages to learn from experts in our community about different aspects of aging and ways to be in community. Did you know based on a recent World Health Organization study 65 and under is young adult, and 65-80 is middle age? People are living longer lives, so come join us.
We will be restarting this program in the Fall, with monthly gatherings starting in October.

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

Adult Study – Defying Gravity: Letting Go of the Culture of More

In October, we will be studying the practice of generosity in the Christian life. Each Sunday will give us a chance to identify ways to value what is important and connect us to God. We will learn how practices of generosity actually tether us to Jesus and learn how they can be a tool to listen for God in our lives. There will be a Pastoral study to go along with this on October 9, 23, and 30 at Noon and also in the evening online.
Online course is offered via zoom, live and is easy to join in on.  

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.

 Relay for Life Team

Shiloh UMC will sponsor a team for Relay for Life again this year. Pat Montgomery has agreed to be our new team leader. Our team has already begun to form and we would love to have you join us!

Please contact Pat at her home (655-3507) or call Liz at the church office (656-0050) to sign up for this opportunity.

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.

Children’s Sunday School

Sundays after Children’s time during the 10:15am worship.
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.