WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE HERE
When you join us for a weekend worship service, we'll do everything we can to make you feel welcome! We think you will find that we are a family of people who care about you and we desire to share the grace and love of Jesus Christ. You'll be greeted by a member of our Hospitality team, and they'll answer any questions you have about the church.
What time do the services begin?
We have four services each weekend:
Saturday | 6:30pm (blended)
Sunday | 9:00am (traditional)
RE-Launching on October 22nd! Follow our Facebook page for more information.
Are there differences among the 4 services?
Yes, we have 2 services that lean to a more traditional style and 2 services that lean more contemporary, while still providing an uplifting, biblical message.
What do I wear?
Come as you are. Jeans or formal dress; you are welcome as you are.
Will I be asked to give any money?
We take a collection at our services, but it is meant for members and regular attenders to have the opportunity of giving back to God what He has given to them. We do not expect visitors to give, nor would we ever want you to feel pressured to do so.
What is available for my family during your services?
At Shiloh, we strive to minister to all ages during each Sunday service.*
During our 9:00 service, we have a fun-filled program that meets during the message portion of the service for Kids ages 4 through 5th grade. They will be dismissed after the music time to join their teachers and friends. Here they will hear a Biblical, age-appropriate message and have a chance to interact through songs, games, or crafts.
During our 10:45 service, we have a 1 hour 15 minute program for children from newborn to 5th grade; there are separate classes for each age group. Here they will hear a Biblical, age-appropriate message and have a chance to interact with the message through songs, games, or crafts. Please register your child at the desk in the main entrance 15 min. prior to the service.
* We do not currently have a children’s program during the 6:30 Saturday night service, but there is a
children’s handout available at each entrance which corresponds to the message.