Community Life

 

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

 
For any of these groups, please contact us for more information or to get leader’s contact info.
 

Adult Sunday School

Shiloh UMC’s Adult Sunday School meets Sundays at 6:30pm via 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

Children’s Ministry 

We are currently working on our children friendly programs for 2021-2022.  Sunday School activities are available for children during our 9:30am Sunday service.
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Through our 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.

Youth Ministries

 Weekly on Wednesdays, there are opportunities for our youth (from 5th grade through 12th grade) to gather and fellowship together. 
 
  • Middle School – 5th to 8th grade; 5-7pm @ Grace United Methodist
  • High School – 9th to 12th grade; 7:30-8:30pm @ Evangelical United Methodist
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BONUS: On the first Thursday of each month, there is a Youth Group Coffee Night at Shiloh United Methodist Church from 7:30-8:30pm.
 
Through our Youth Ministries, 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.