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June/July 2018 Newsletter

God be with you as you enjoy these summer months.  We hope you find ways to practice your faith in the church and on the mountaintop.  Blessings on a heart warming summer.


June 3, 2017 – Pastor’s Corner

Reminder – Worship Schedule this Sunday, June 3rd
8am – Worship at Shiloh UMC
10:30am – Worship at Terry Park, Celebrating 50 years of United Methodist Church

An invitation to worship.
Pastor’s Corner – 
People of Shiloh, 
Summer in Montana is one of my favorite times, we have such incredible landscapes to see, and places we can visit.  We know this means you may be away from church more, and after our winter we all need to soak up the warmth.  My hope for you this summer is that you find connection with God through nature, friends, family and yourself.  Join us whenever you can, and fully enjoy the times when you cannot be present with us.

When I was in Denver for a meeting I found myself on a light rail platform waiting for a train.  I love taking public transit when I am in cities to watch people, and to have conversations with strangers.  One stranger walked up to me(I had my collar on) and asked if I was a priest.  I explained I was a United Methodist Pastor, and then he launched immediately into sharing some concerns about his life. He was struggling and needed some help. All I could offer was a connection with a friend’s church, and to be humbled by the experience.  

There are people curious about safe places, churches, and people who can help them answer life’s tough questions.  I believe deeply that we at Shiloh are being called to the work of reaching new people with faith, and developing our church to help us all deepen our own faith.  From my prayer and study I believe many of these people are the “nones and dones.” These are the people who statistically mark “no religious affiliation” or shrug off religion after bad experiences. Many of these people want a faith where they are safe to ask questions, to explore and to grow in an understanding of God’s love.  They just don’t know where to do that.  

As you experience the beautiful Montana summer, I would us to be in prayer.  Pray when you are out walking, or among people about where God might be nudging us to find people who want to hear the gospel message of Jesus.  If you want to join me in a walk and conversation, call the office or email me and we can setup a time to take a “prayer walk.”  I believe if we all take some curious time in prayer this summer, we will discover people who want to join us on this journey.  
Enthusiastic Shalom,
Pastor Tyler 

Bible Study Scripture for the week – Matthew 28


Reminders for the Shiloh Community
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•    Worship Service – Sunday at 8:00 am at SUMC and 10:30 am at Terry Park
•    Adult Bible Study – Sunday at 9:00 am  
•    Shiloh Prayers – Tuesday at 11:30 am
•    Bookmobile  – Tuesday at 12:30 pm- 2:00 pm
•    Care Givers- Tuesday at 1:30 pm 
•    Pastor Tyler and Pam at Church Conference – Wed – Sun
•    Office Closed every Friday during the summer
•    Worship Service – Next Sun 8:00 am and 10:15 am
•    Outdoor Movie Night at SUMC – Next Sun at 8:00 pm.

SUMMER WORSHIP SCHEDULE – This summer we will be continuing with two worship times at 8 am and 10:15 am.  The 8 am service will use Pastor Dave Merkel’s recorded work for music and sermons from Pastors throughout our area. The 10:15 service will continue with our traditional order of service.  There will be 2 special Sundays in the summer when we will participate in “Praise in the Park” with other United Methodist Churches in our area. The first one is today at 10:30 am at Terry Park, please bring a lawn chair and a picnic lunch. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL NEWS – During the summer a variety of activities will be provided instead of the Bible lesson taught during the school year.  The schedule for June (held during 2nd service):
June 3: No Sunday School – Joint worship at Terry Park with EUMC and GUMC
June 4: Veggie Tales Video
June 17: Outdoor Games
June 24: Craft Projects 

LAWN MOWERS NEEDED – We still need lawnmowers!! If you can help mow the church lawn, please sign the clipboard in the Fellowship Hall or call the office with the dates you are available.  It takes about 4 hours and training is available.  Thank you for your support.

OFFICE CLOSED – The office will be closed on Fridays during the summer.

FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST – The Relay for Life team will be hosting a Father’s Day breakfast on June 17th at 9:00 am.  This will be the last fundraiser for the Relay for Life team and we hope you will join us.  This will be a great time for everyone from both services to meet and greet.  We will be serving biscuits and gravy, sausage, fruit and a few surprises. So please join us for a morning a great food and fellowship.  We will also have the luminaries for sale for Relay for Life.

SUNDAY MOVIE NIGHT – Starting June 10th at 8:00 pm there will be a Sunday movie night every Sunday night at Shiloh, Grace or Evangelical UMC during the summer.  The first Sunday movie night will be here at Shiloh UMC on Sunday, June 10th.  Bring a lawn chair and plan on joining us for a great family fun evening.  We will have fresh popcorn.

MANY THANKS! – The Children and Youth Ministries Committee is charged with the responsibility of providing the means for the population to become disciples for God.  Throughout this past school year many have contributed to this effort by teaching and assisting with Sunday School.  These special people: Buddy and Judy Kastrop, Kent Brewer, Sandi Rogina, Georgia Heffner, Nic Rogina. Crystal Amundson, Linda Stahley, Jen Johnson, Brenda Longin and Peg Parker made this task possible.  Pastor Tyler and Sandi Rogina provided the leadership for our youth group (UMYF).  You are all appreciated!

FREE STORE – A special thank-you is extended to Mission Ridge.  In April, appropriate items that remained after their rummage sale were given to the Free Store (more than a SUV).  This was followed in May with a month-long clothing drive for the Free Store shoppers.  

The downsizing of someone’s parent’s home or the emptying of a parent’s residence following a death is such an emotional event.  Recently several in our congregation experienced one or the other of these.  Again, the Free Store was the recipient of many items from these situations.  Thank-you for remembering the needs of so many!


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