Community Groups are an essential part of our church, as they provide a place where deeper fellowship and better support for one another can take place. Considering that the early church worshipped in large settings in the synagogues, as well as in homes, we unite together similarly in order to be in deeper fellowship with God and one another. God has reconciled us not only to Himself but also to each other. This "each other" is called His Church. Thus, we intentionally strive toward community through men's/women's groups, home gatherings, and other personal settings.
Contact: Carolyn Crawford
Meeting Times: Sunday Nights | 5:00 handbells
5:30 children's choir
Meeting Location: downstairs
Children in 1st grade and up can learn how to play the handbells! Our handbells group performs multiple times a year for special events.
Children ages 3 and up can join the choir! Children learn to sing in groups and about God's love for us. Performances are at special events several times a year.
When: Wednesdays 7pm
Contact: Carla Jackson
The adult choir sings weekly in addition to our Christmas, Easter, and other special services throughout the year. If you would like to make a joyful noise, join us!
Contact: Linda McCray
Meeting Times: Thursday Afternoons | 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Meeting Location: Dining Hall
The Shiloh Stitchers began their work when a member had a premature baby. The baby was less than a pound, and clothing was difficult to find. The Stitchers began their good work, and since then they have made hats for cancer patients, blankets for those in need of comfort, purses for children's boxes for Operation Christmas Child, and many more items of love. Come and join us! Beginners welcome.
When: The first Sunday of the month at 8am
Where: The dining hall.
Contact: Scott Eason
All men, ages 2 years old and up are invited to come have breakfast (usually homemade biscuits, eggs, and bacon), hear a devotional, and catch up.
When: Sundays at 4pm
Contact: Cheryl Miller
Learn to play the handbells! You are only responsible for one note, but together we make beautiful music.