AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019 EDITION
KINGDOM BABIES WORSHIP WITH US
Cecelia Lois Michalke was born on May 13th, 7 lbs, 1 oz. Scott & Jessica Michalke are the proud parents, and Zane is an excited big brother.
Sunday Services- 9AM & 10:30AM Connection Classes- 10:30AM Office Hours- M-TH: 9AM - 3PM
Able Grey Stamm was born April 10th, 8 lbs. 2 oz., length 20.25 inches. Parents are Jon and Jessica Stamm, and the proud Grandmother is Marie Stamm.
THIS ISSUE: 1- “NEW KINGDOM KIDS” 2- “FOR WHAT WE PREACH IS NOT OURSELVES” PASTOR KEN D. HUTCHENS 3- “EVEN WHEN YOU DON’T WANNA” MICHELLE ROSE 4- “CONNECTING WITH OUR COMMNUNITY” BEV COMEAUX 5- UPCOMING EVENTS 6- UPCOMING EVENTS 7- TRUSTEES REPORT 7- FINANCE CORNER 8- SUMC YOUTH MINISTRY 9- “LESSONS FROM MY TOY BOX” CHILDREN’S MINISTRY 10- CALENDAR
OUTSIDE THE WALLS TESTIM ONY Submitted by Dave & Marge Odem
Dave and I went to Cedar Hurst Living Center on Tuesday, June 25. We had made arrangements with Kathy, the activity director, to distribute the craft projects that the kiddos (and some adults) made to the residents before Bingo. We were able to hand out over 3 dozen daisies, red birds & flags. We told them these were “hugs” from our church, and we have a loving prayer team that keeps them in prayer as well. We even got compliments on our “Do All You Can” shirts! It went so well that now Kathy wants our children’s group to visit as well! We were blessed as much if not more than those dear folks. Leesa Hagen, who initiated our craft projects, will also be distributing projects to other facilities.
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“For What We Preach Is Not Ourselves” “...but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.” 2 Corinthians 5:4
Not all time is created equal. Hours can be filled with meaning or boredom, action or inaction. An hour spent laughing with friends over a great meal has much more impact than one spent searching for lost keys. Each hour holds the same number of minutes or seconds but differs greatly in content and impact on our lives. We must spend our hours in different ways to balance life, but we never want to miss out on the hours full of deep impact and incredible meaning. My week consists of 168 hours, as does yours. If I were to classify and rank them, one stands out above all the others. The hour I spend with my brothers and sisters in Christ worshiping God is the key hour of my week. That becomes clearest if I miss that time with God and community. On a week when I can’t make it to worship, I have less energy, less focus, less drive, less hope and more stress. My spiritual tank needs filling, and nothing fills it like corporate worship. We live in an age of busyness. People are overworked, overstimulated and spread thin. Jobs require fewer people to do more work. Sports teams demand a level of commitment from our youth never expected before. There are so many great ways to fill your life with entertainment it is hard to keep up. Often our rest times suffer as the demands of modern life increase, while time vampires like social media and technology devour our hours. I have learned as a pastor that the most time I can expect from many people is that one hour of worship on Sunday morning. I know all Christians would benefit from more time spent with God and His people in worship, community, service and celebration, but I am thankful if they take the time for that most important hour in the life of the church. My desire is that the hour of worship is filled with the presence and power of God that will impact all the other hours of the week. It is with great excitement that we move to offer the opportunity to connect with God and the people of Shiloh at two times. Starting on September 8, we will offer both 9:00am and 10:30an worship services. The 9:00an worship will continue in the Worship Center with much the same format. The 10:30an worship will be in our historic chapel with a different approach to worship style and feel. The desire is to connect to those in our community that need that “hour of power” in their life but are not getting it for whatever reason. During the 10:30 service, we will offer Christian growth for all ages from nursery to adult in our Sunday School classes. You are the people who love Jesus Christ and Shiloh Church. You are those called to reach out to others and proclaim that Jesus is alive and available for their lives. Would you be willing to help us with this new opportunity to grow into the future from our strong roots in the past? We will need those willing to see one time as an opportunity to worship and the other as a chance to serve. We will need patience in dealing with issues related to parking, transitions, and unforeseen difficulties. Most of all, we need you to share with those who are not connecting to God in that most important hour of the week the option to do so at two different times at Shiloh. People in our busy world need the stabilizing anchor and invigorating power of God in their lives. They need to know the Lover of their soul and spend time being transformed by Him. They need to unlock the power of worship that comes in a loving community of the people of Jesus. We have an opportunity to make a difference for eternity in the lives of our families, neighbors, coworkers and community. Will you join me in offering them the one hour in the week that has the power to transform all the others? Yours In Christ, Pastor Ken D. Hutchens
EVEN WHEN YOU DON’T WANNA by Michelle Rose
Over the past year, I have been stepping up my fitness game. I’ve learned that the only way for things to move on the scale are for me to be active, and so I’ve been committed for quite a while to work out HARD at least 4-5 days a week. Some days, I don’t want to do it. I set my alarm, I get dressed, and I get it done anyway. Yesterday was one of those days that I didn’t wanna. I woke up totally exhausted, and as soon as I got downstairs into my home gym ready to go, my little man starts saying “Mommy? Mommy? MOMMY!” on the baby monitor. Slightly begrudgingly, I went up to his room, where he alerted me that he needed a new sheet among other things. I changed his clothes and sheets and told him I still wanted to exercise if he would come sit and play or watch his own show while I did it. I took him downstairs to my gym, pushed play, and started working out. The entire workout, my mind and body were saying “I hate this, I hate this, I don’t want to do this,” but I kept going. 5 minutes to the end, Elliot insisted he wanted his red tractor, and it became clear I wouldn’t finish this workout without getting it. So I headed upstairs, scavenged around, and then finally found it in an illogical place. I took it down to him, finished my workout, and called it done. Ultimately, I was glad that I did it. This is a church newsletter article, so what does all of this have to do with faith? Sometimes we just don’t wanna. I’d love to tell you that you will always feel that same joy and fire in studying the Bible, coming to church, and praying. As much as I pray that you feel that continually, in reality, we have seasons of plenty and seasons of drought. When I am having a good exercise season, I’ll work out sometimes twice a day and find whatever excuse I can to be active. When I’m in a slump, if I can get a single short workout in I call it good enough. The trick in both situations is that I don’t give up. When you’re struggling to keep the faith, listen to 5 minutes of the Bible on audiobook and say a quick prayer at bedtime. When you’re feeling really close to God, read an entire book of the Bible and pray throughout your day. Regardless, give God the attention we know He deserves. The perfectionist in me might say that it’s not worth it to do something if I can’t give 110%, but if I do nothing, I am no closer to my goal than when I started. Start small, eat that elephant one bite at a time, and move towards being a little closer to God than you were yesterday. You’ve got this. You’re not alone, and God will take as much of you as you’re willing to give in the hopes that some day you’ll give Him your all.
Connecting With Our Community Family Focus by Bev Comeaux, Children’s Ministry Coordinator
Making connections with people is what Jesus modeled — He met people where they were in life, He provided for their needs, and He gave a living example of unconditional love. Our children’s ministry can also make connections with kids and families in our community with these outreach opportunities providing a safe place for their spiritual care. Why do our children and families need spiritual care? Because hope lies in our spirit. Because love, courage and peace reside there. Because God resides in our spirit and waits to be activated in our lives. OUTREACH: RELEVANT CONNECTIONS By providing reputable services and programs in a safe and friendly environment, we can reach out to families looking for quality, family-friendly events like The Gathering, Fall Fest, Family Fun Day at the park, or our Family Movie Night. OUTREACH: FESTIVE CONNECTIONS Holidays and special events provide a unique opportunity for our community to connect with our ministry. When we celebrate festive occasions with these community-friendly events: The Fall Festival, VBS and the Easter Egg “Eggstravaganza”, we are offering them unconditional love and acceptance. We are offering them a door into community with God. OUTREACH: CIVIC CONNECTIONS Sometimes we go outside our comfort zone to meet people in our community where they’re at like our OUTSIDE THE WALLS campaign. Making these connections tells others that we’re living our mission and that we care about our community. OUTREACH: FAMILY TO FAMILY The most powerful outreach tool in ministry is the personal invitation. The top reason families visited our church is another family invited them. And the invitation was usually to attend a program or event outside of our regular church services. When we extend our invitation to join us at an event, we are extending the hand of Christ. We have many events coming up this year that we will invite the community to attend. One of the most successful ways that we have invited our community to an event in the past was by handing out glowstick invitations to our Fall Fest or Easter eggs filled with a simple invitation. The egg and the paper invitation was a fun and easy way to invite people. But it wasn’t the paper invitation that made their hearts yearn to attend. It was our personal invitation that filled their heart with something that they were missingcommunity. Please join our ministry in offering our community an invitation into the presence of God. A place where we can offer care to children and their families to give them hope that is beyond their circumstances. Our excellent events can help begin that relationship, but only God can bring healing to a heart. When Christ is at the center, the Holy Spirit can do His work in the lives of each parent or child. Let us be Christ’s connection to the community.
ALL DISTRICT WORSHIP SERVICE AND WELCOME RECEPTION
Join us for an All District Worship Service and Welcome Reception for our new D.S. Allynn Walker! This will take place on August 10th at 1pm at Troy UMC. There will be a service with a reception following. All are welcome! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you are in need of child care.
NEW SUNDAY CONNECTION CLASS!
Please join Laurie Baltz for seven weeks beginning on August 18th at 10:30am for Tim Keller’s video series, The Prodigal God. It’s a life-changing study that will shake us all as we see ourselves--and the Father-in the actions of these familiar characters. Come and plan to be surprised. What you thought you knew about the parable may be turned upside down! The study guide is available on Amazon, but it is not necessary to have the study guide to participate in the series.
SHILOH HOMECOMING OUTREACH
Shiloh Homecoming is September 6 and 7. Shiloh UMC will have a booth again this year. We are looking for a few people each day to help out. We will have a game with prizes and information about the church to hand out. If interested, please contact Jen Mason at email@example.com.
NEW 10:30AM WORSHIP SERVICE TO BEGIN IN SEPTEMBER!
Shiloh has deep roots and a budding future! Beginning September 8th, Shiloh will add an additional worship service at 10:30am in the Chapel! This added service will not be identical to the 9am service but will hold its own unique experience. With these two services, we are able to offer options to our community and open our doors for growth. Our current Connection Classes will move from 10:15am to 10:30am to run concurrently with the worship service. We won’t be able to do this without the support of our current Shiloh family, so we ask that you prayerfully consider supporting this service via attendance or volunteering.
We will be having a Ministry Fair September 8th immediately following the 9am service. This is an opportunity to get to know several of the ministries, resources, small groups, ways to connect, and volunteer options we have here at Shiloh!
THE GATHERING IS BACK!
The Gathering is held the second Wednesday of each month, September thru March. Each Gathering has a different seasonal theme with food, fun, and fellowship! The season kick-off is Wednesday, Sept. 11th at 5:30pm for a“Tailgating Party” with some Grillin’ Goodness! Think burgers and hotdogs, games of corn hole and the like with all of your friends and family! The cost is $6 per person or $20 for a family, or you can purchase a Season Pass that gives you 7 dinners for the price of 6. The Individual Season Pass is $36, and the Family Season Pass is $120. Tickets and Season Passes can be purchased beginning Aug. 18th in the Gathering Area or at www.shiloh-umc.org/the-gathering. Contact Bev Comeaux at bev@ shiloh-umc.org with questions or to help volunteer!
THE GATHERING HELP
We need your help. Each month, we will need several people to help make this event happen. We need individuals to order, pick up, prep and serve the food, and 3 or 4 people to clean up. We also need activity volunteers; helpers to organize and set up that month’s activity. You can choose which area you would like to serve in and how often you want to do it. Together, we are already making this new ministry a beloved tradition at Shiloh! If you would like to help, please contact Bev Comeaux at firstname.lastname@example.org or 618-580-6034.
NEW AND PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS CLASS
Our New and Prospective Member Luncheon will be held September 15th in the Gathering Area at 11:45am (following the 10:30am service). Join us for a light lunch and discussion of what it means to belong to the church of Jesus Christ, the Methodist Church, and Shiloh Church. Please RSVP by 6pm on Wednesday, September 11th by calling 618-632-6913 or email Pastor Ken at email@example.com.
SHILOH UMC COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR
On Saturday Sept. 28, 10am - 2pm, our Health Fair will include a blood drive, resource tables and free wellness screenings which include Bone Density, Blood Sugar, Cholesterol, Hearing Test, Fall Risk Assessment, Memory Test and more! Walgreens will provide Flu & Pneumonia vaccines (most insurances accepted). The following educational lectures will also be provided: 10:30 - 11:00 am Shiloh Police - Community Updates 11:30 - 12:00 pm Age Smart - Accessing Local Services for Aging Well 1:00 - 1:30 pm Wolfersbergers Funeral Home - Know Before You Go Save the date and come out to support this Community outreach event!
FEED MY LAMBS THANKS YOU!
We would like to thank everyone who helped with Feed My Lambs. If you helped by donation, lunch prep or by delivering lunches you helped feed on average 65 less fortunate individuals each Wednesday this summer! This ministry would not be successful without your generosity and compassion.
UPCOMING EVENTS FALL FEST VOLUNTEERS
Come join us for our Fall Fest and Trunk or Treat, Oct. 27th, 4-6pm. There will be Festival Games, Bouncy House, Obstacle Course, Chili, Hotdogs, and Trunk or Treating! Did you know that we had almost 600 folks here last year? This event is a perfect time to invite the community to get to know Shiloh UMC and the love we have for all of God’s people and His creation. To help do that, we ask that you sign up to help with the event. We also ask that everyone take three glow stick invitations and pass them out to people you meet. To sign up to help, visit the Fall Fest display in the Gathering Area, or contact Bev Comeaux at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelly Prince at Kelly@shiloh-umc.org.
The Lunch Bunch will be meeting on August 9th, 11:30 am at Skooter’s Restaurant in Mascoutah. On Septimber 13th, they will meet at The Horseshoe Restaurant in O’ Fallon at 11:30 am. Anyone is welcome to join, just contact Bonnie Lee Noeninger at 618-632-7117 for questions or to RSVP.
NEW! ACTS MEN’S MINISTRY BREAKFAST
Shiloh’s new Men’s Ministry is launching a monthly Saturday morning event featuring hot fresh-made breakfast and Christian fellowship from 8-9am beginning September 7th! It will include a 20-30 minute talk about issues related to men in this fast changing world. You will have the opportunity to recommend topics that impact you and your family. We have chosen to call this group ‘ACTS’ because it will espouse: Acts of fellowship, Acts of service, Acts of spiritual growth, Acts of community outreach, and it is open to all men and their sons. For questions, contact Roger Tegtmeyer at TegtmeyerR@BV.com.
THE GOLF CONNECTION
Are you interested in getting together with your Shiloh family to play a little golf? We would like to resurrect this group and start playing by August. If you are interested, please send a text to Jerry McCrave @ 618-558-1526 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
LADIES AT THE TABLE BIBLE STUDY
The Ladies at the Table Bible study will be begin on Wednesday, Sept. 4th, at 9:00am in the Gathering Area. We are going to study the parables of Jesus. All ladies are welcome, however there is no child care provided. For more information, contact Beth Wilkes at 618-632-9456.
SHILOH PAGE TURNERS BOOK CLUB
Join us Friday, August 23 at 12:30pm at the Shiloh Bread Co. Our book for August is Bird’s Flight by Audrey Murphy. We will also meet Friday, September 27, at 12:30pm at the Shiloh Bread Co. Our book for September is The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton. If you are interested in joining the book club, please contact Cathy Shackelford at cathylshac@ charter.net.
MOPS MONTHLY MEETINGS
Come and support our Scott MOPS group at Dairy Queen in O’Fallon on August 29th from 5-8pm as we raise funds for our upcoming year. Our first meeting for the 2019-2020 session will be Friday, September 20. “To The Full” is the title of this year’s theme and encourages us to live life more freely and focus on making more time for fun. As always, we are in need of childcare volunteers. If you would be interested in serving our MOPS group once a month please contact Jackie Poponi at 808-208-9665.
OAKS (OLDER ADULTS KNOWING THE SAVIOR) OAKS OUTING: DELMAR LOOP TROLLEY TOUR
Join us on August 22nd for the Delmar Loop Trolley Tour (optional) with lunch at the Fitz Bottling Company. We will depart the church parking lot at 11am. Please RSVP to Marilyn Arnold at: firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug.19th.
OAKS OUTING: 4204 MAIN STREET BREWING
Join us on Sept. 19th for lunch at 4204 Main Street Brewing in Belleville. For those who would like to carpool from the church, please meet at 11am. Please RSVP to Marilyn Arnold at email@example.com by Sept. 17th.
MISCELLANEOUS SHILOH NEWS FOR THE MESSENGER IS DUE SEPTEMBER 9TH CHURCH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON SEPTEMBER 2ND- HAPPY LABOR DAY!
Trustees Report By Jerry McCrave
Can you feel that? It’s the cool temperatures of fall and the beautiful colors that come with it. Oh wait a minute... it’s July, and the temperatures are in the mid 90’s! One can dream of cooler days. That is how I plan my calendars months in advance. Your trustees have been busy over the last couple of months. On the fourth of June, we had an architect come who was familiar with old churches and their structure. He took a look at ours, and said he couldn’t find anything wrong other than the fact it’s 150 plus years old. I know that was of some concern with a lot of folks so now it shouldn’t be. The only thing we have to worry about is what do we do to fix up the inside. Additionally, we have significantly moved forward with our IT problems in the church, and hopefully by the time I write the next newsletter all of our issues will be resolved. Finally, in association with the start of the 10:30am service in September, we are going to have a fall clean-up on September 14th,, 8:30am-11:30am. So mark your calendars now, and let’s continue to make and keep our church beautiful.
Finance Corner By Craig Wilkes
The Finance Committee struggles with how to earn a decent return on the church’s financial assets. Passbook savings accounts are paltry and decent Certificate of Deposits require long term lockup of funds. However, one way to realize immediate savings and earn an effective 3.90% rate of return is to pay off our loans early. We have two loans, and as of June 15th we owed the following amounts: - Worship Center: $110,431.32 - Parsonage: $19,880.76 These loans will be paid off NO LATER than January 2022, and we are currently making extra payments on the parsonage loan. By this December, we will owe $11,000 or less on the parsonage. The Finance Team has a goal of paying off the parsonage by year end. Please join me and my team in making this a reality by donating to “Debt Reduction” above your normal tithe. Paying off the parsonage loan will free up $1,245 monthly from the church’s budget. These additional funds will give us more flexibility and ensure Shiloh’s financial security in 2020 and beyond. As always, thank you for your generosity and support to our church.
5 valuable resources for parents of teens Excerpt from YouthMinistryUnleashed.com
Parents and youth pastors often ask me if there are any good resources out there for parenting teens. One of the reasons I write this blog is to make some of this information available to you. Here are some of the sources that I trust. CENTER FOR PARENT AND YOUTH UNDERSTANDING http://www.cpyu.org/ This is a gold mine of searchable youth culture resources going back years. There is a constant flow of up to date reviews of what is going on in the world of teens. There is a podcast, blog, Facebook updates, and Twitter posts. This site is not about shock and awe but helps make sense of the confusing world of youth culture with practical suggestions targeted at how to respond to all of this. The director of CPYU, Walt Mueller, posts on Facebook and sends updates to your inbox, if you want the posts. You only need to give them a name and your email address. STICKY FAITH http://stickyfaith.org/parents This is a whole movement of concerned parents and church leaders who are passionate about making faith stick with kids and kids stick to their faith for life. Dr. Kara Powell leads the charge with her book Sticky Faith but she has videos, an e-journal, and even events for parents of teens. FOCUS ON THE FAMILY http://www.focusonthefamily.com/parenting/teens.aspx This has been a trusted resource for so many years of top quality resources for the family. It is a doorway to dozens of articles answering the questions that parents grapple with all of the time. PARENTING TEENS http://parentingteens.about.com/ I signed up for this one a while back and I am so glad that I did. Hundreds of practical, well researched articles that make sense. Amy Morin provides understandable insights into adolescent development and behavior. The site provides a blog that you can receive. JONATHAN MCKEE THE SOURCE FOR PARENTS http://www.thesource4parents.com/ParentingHelp/ParentingHelp.aspx It was a hard choice for the number 5 spot because it means leaving out some other great resources until another time. But what the Source for Parents does is connect you to a bunch of sites I left out. You could go all morning clicking on the links and following the leads to other valuable articles, book reviews, and websites.
What we've been up to! vacation bible school What a wonderful summer we have had! We started off the summer with Vacation Bible School where we learned about when Life is Wild, God Is Good! We averaged 60 children and 39 adult and youth volunteers with whom we shared the word of God and the love of our Savior, Jesus.
During that time, we also collected approximately $407.03 for our mission, the Heifer Project. Thank you so much for all of your generous donations. Every child was sponsored by your outpouring of donations! I had many parents that were new to Shiloh thank me for hosting such an impactful and joyful week. Shiloh UMC really does make a difference in our community! In August, we will be learning about some of the founding fathers and mothers of the Bible during our Children’s Church and Sunday School time. We will read scripture, play games, complete puzzles, and make crafts while we learn about our father, God, and his people.
Upcoming events! FAMILY FUN DAY!
Join us Aug. 4th, 4-7pm for a barbeque and pool party at the OFallon Community Park! We will begin in the large pavilion with a hotdog and burger barbeque. The church will supply the meat and drinks; please bring a dish to share based on your last name: A-G Sidedish, H-O Salads, and P-Z Desserts. After dinner we will move to the pool. For questions, please contact Bev Comeaux at 618-580-6034 or at bev@ shiloh-umc.org.
children's promotion sunday
Shiloh UMC is very pleased to invite you in celebrating our Shiloh kids transitioning to their next grade level, presenting the third grade Bibles, and covering our children in prayer through blessing of their backpacks. Join us August 18th at 9am. All children please bring your backpacks to the service. Be sure to have your children stay for Sunday School downstairs to celebrate.
FALL FEST VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
PARENT & VOLUNTEER MEETING Parent and Volunteer Meeting for Children’s Ministry is Aug. 18th, 5-7pm. 1314 Brudenell Ct. O’Fallon, Il. Anyone interested in being a part of Children’s Church, Sunday School, or any other event for Family and Children’s Ministy, RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join us for our Fall Fest and Trunk or Treat, Oct. 27, 2019, 4-6pm at Shiloh UMC, 210 S. Main St., Shiloh. There will be Festival Games, Bouncy House, Obstacle Course, Chili, Hotdogs, and Trunk or Treating! Did you know that we had almost 600 folks here last year? This event is a perfect time to invite the community to get to know Shiloh UMC and the love we have for all of God’s people and His creation. To help do that, we ask that you sign up to help with the event. Be watching for glow stick invitation to pass out coming in Oct. This event can only happen with your commitment to help! To sign up to help, check out the signup sheet in the Gathering Area at the Fall Fest Board in August or contact Bev Comeaux at email@example.com or Kelly Prince at Kelly@ shiloh-umc.org
Every Sunday Worship Service, 9am Connection Classes, 10:15am
Prayer Gathering, 6:30pm
Every Tuesday Tuesday Women’s Bible Study, 6pm
Every Wednesday Ladies at the Table, 9am Praise Team, 7pm
Communion Service Family Fun Day, 4-7pm
Feed My Lambs, 11am Trustees Mtg, 6:30pm
Youth Group, 5:30pm
13 SPPRC Mtg, 6pm
21 Finance Mtg, 6pm
22 OAKS Lunch, 11am
Ad Council, 7pm
Lunch Bunch, 11:30am
Stephen’s Ministry, 6:30pm
Youth Group, 5:30pm
Shiloh Page Turners, 12:30pm
Preschool Orientation, 6pm MOPS Fundriser @ DQ, 5-8pm
Every Sunday Worship Service, 9am Worship Service, 10:30am Connection Classes, 10:30am
Preschool, 9am-11:30am Explorer Men’s Bible Study, 6pm Prayer Gathering, 6:30pm
Preschool, 9am-11:30am Tuesday Women’s Bible Study, 6pm
1 Communion Service
Every Wednesday Preschool, 9am-11:30am Ladies at the Table, 9am Praise Team, 7pm
Every Thursday Preschool, 9am-11:30am
6 MOPS Steering Mtg, 9:30am
Church Office Closed
7 Men’s Breakfast, 7am
No Prayer Gathering
8 NEW WORSHIP SERVICE BEGINS @ 10:30AM, CHAPEL Ministry Fair, 10:30am Youth Group, 5:30pm
Shiloh News Due
New Member Orientation, 11:45am
Fifth Sunday Anointing Service, 9am
The Gathering, 5:30pm Stephen’s Ministry, 6:30pm
Nominations Mtg, 6:30pm
Finance Mtg, 6pm
Youth Group, 5:30pm
Lunch Bunch, 11:30am Youth Lock-In, 7pm
14 Fall Clean Up, 8:30am
MOPS Mtg, 9am
26 OAKS Lunch, 11am
Shiloh Page Turners, 12:30pm
Shiloh Health Fair, 10-2pm
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