Community Life


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


Aging Well – enriching the gift of growing older

Aging well is a program of the church dedicated to connecting people and growing their knowledge about how to age well.  Currently the program is working to overcome isolation for people in this pandemic year.  Contact us to learn more.

In-Person Community Worship

We call our in person experience “community worship.”  It is a time for 15 or less people to gather in our worship space.  All people are asked to sign up in advance.  Each group is physically distanced and all people are asked to wear masks.  The group receives a bulletin with the instructions for worship and a leader guide the group through the worship.  
There is prayer, scripture, and a message from our pastor in each of these worship experiences.  
There are two options to sign up:  
If you are new or know you can’t make it every week these services are for you.
Sundays and Wednesdays at 6pm.  (All participants must signup in advance.)
To sign up for these services go to and signup for a worship service in the coming week.  If you signup, please plan on coming as we only have limited spots.
If you are a weekly attender and want to commit being present each week.  
Please contact the office to signup for one of the following worship times:  Sunday 8am, 10:30am, Noon, or Wednesday 4pm

Children’s Ministry 

We are currently working on our children friendly programs for 2020-2021.  Please consider attending In-Person Community Worship on Sunday or Wednesday at 6pm.
Through Shiloh UMC’s Children’s Ministry, 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.

Adult Sunday School

Shiloh UMC’s Adult Sunday School meets Sundays at 9:00am on zoom.  Contact the office to learn more.
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

406 Youth United – StudentsMiddle School -Sundays – 4-5pm @ Shiloh UMC

High School – Wednesdays – 7:30-8:30pm @ Mazevo Coffee on Grand
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.