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September Newsletter

It is the start of a new school year, check out the September Newsletter to find out how to re-connect with Shiloh after the Summer.  Join us September 10th for kickoff Sunday.


September 2017 -Pastor’s Corner

To the people called Methodists at Shiloh,


Our time of ministry together is drawing close and I am excited for us to start our journey.  I will officially start as your pastor on October 1, 2017.  However, you should know that I have been working closely with Pastor Dave Merkel throughout the summer.  We have been praying weekly, handing off projects, developing a new website for Shiloh that includes an App for your smartphone, and hoping for Shiloh a future of continuing to share the story of Christ.


In September, I will be offering a sermon for our September 10th Kick Off Sunday.  I will then attend a worship training in Billings on September 11, 12, 13 with some of our congregation(more of you are welcome to join us).   The third week of September I will be taking a week vacation with my family by doing fun actives to get to know Billings, and the final week of September I will be taking a spiritual retreat to Flathead Lake at the week-long Academy for Spiritual Formation.  (Anyone can still sign up for the academy at


My hope for this month of September is to get to know the Billings community, relax from a long summer of transition, and center myself in God’s Holy Spirit before I begin my official ministry with each and every one of you and the Billings community. 


In August, I attended the Administrative Council meeting at Shiloh and heard about the amazing work you are all doing. Ryan Sullivan who chairs the Community Garden shared that the garden was producing plenty of green beans and how each week he was taking a box of vegetables to a food bank.  It is an honor to pastor a church that is so engaged in the Billings community and where your ministry in Christ’s love is reflected even in your administrative work.  We spent the rest of the meeting humorously offering green beans for everything that needed a solution.  While it didn’t work for every situation, I am struck by how God’s abundance brought us laughter. 


As I am in prayer this next month with Shiloh I will have constantly in my mind this image of an overabundance of green beans.  We receive an overabundance of love from God in our faith life, that we are called to share.  Part of learning to be disciples is learning to prayerfully find ways to share that love.  During this month of prayer, I would ask you to pray over the questions, “What is your prayer for the community of Billings?” 


I invite you especially to take a walk in your neighborhood with this question in mind.  Let me know what God draws to your attention in these prayerful walks.  Do you see a neighbor in need?  Do you have an idea of where Shiloh might be able to accomplish an act of God’s love in the community?  Please send me your responses at



In prayer,


Pastor Tyler


Joel 2:28 (CEB) – After that I will pour out my spirit upon everyone;
        your sons and your daughters will prophesy,
        your old men will dream dreams,

        and your young men will see visions.










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