The Education Department is designed to build, develop and cultivate our knowledge on the Word of God; to teach the principles of Godly living and how to live the abundant life. We desire to challenge our students, from nursery to adults to go beyond the surface and dig deeper into the Word of God.
Our teachers are educators in their own respect and qualified by the Holy Ghost. We desire to develop the congregation to Christ-like maturity by edifying and challenging the congregation to memorize the Word, study diligently and apply the Word to their lives. Our ultimate desire is to live victoriously and knowledge and proper usage of God’s Word is key.
Through the grace and guidance of God, some participants experience true deliverance and enlightenment to the Word of God. Our children, teens and young adults are empowered and excited about learning and applying the Word to their lives and being able to properly expound upon the Word with simplicity and conviction.
This ministry also employs a GED program, small group studies, Bible classes, marriage classes, young adult empowerment sessions, producing lovers of the WORD!
COMMUNITY LIFE GROUP
The Community Life Group is Shiloh’s small group ministry. The ministry was birthed out of the vision for fellowship among the brethren beyond the Sabbath by fostering an atmosphere where we can commune together in harmony and unity as a body of Christ. Once we are connected, we can then go out and connect with others who are in need of Christ through discipleship. Its mission is “to connect with other believers in the body of Christ beyond the church walls, provide biblical guidance and teaching on becoming disciples of Christ and develop disciples to form and multiply small groups in their own community.” For more information, please Contact: Bro. Wayne & Sis. Santa Green at 301-559-5262
“And the two shall become one flesh: so that they are no more two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder”. Mark 10:8-9
The Couples’ Ministry promotes, develops, and fosters strong marriages and relationships. Our desire is to see families grow in Christ-like maturity and have healthy long-lasting relationships. We aim to equip couples before and during marriage with tools that will strengthen and perpetuate marriages that are fulfilling and endure the tests of time.
- Program Components
- Premartial Counseling
- Quarterly Couples’ Fellowships & Socials
- Couples’ Retreats & Seminars
- Small Group Studies
- Book/ Video Discussions & Events
- Parachurch Conferences, e.g. Family Life Conferences & Seminars
- Interactive Marriage Enrichments Programs
Our goal is to see: (1) marriages and families grow and become salt and light (Matthew 5:13a, 14-16) by impacting families with God’s love and grace; (2) promote outreach to the unchurched through small group studies and fellowship; and (3) foster more couple-to-couple mentoring.
Dynamic Marriage – 8 Week Interactive Course
Dynamic Marriage is an eight week, interactive course developed by the nationally recognized experts at
Family Dynamics Institute and led by certified & trained facilitators.
In Dynamic Marriage class, you learn to make marriage a priority. You gain the tools to transform every aspect of your marriage so you can sustain a happy, fulfilled relationship that grows stronger every day.
WHAT DOES DYNAMIC MARRIAGE DO FOR YOU?
- Discover deeper levels of emotional and spiritual intimacy
- Build trust and openness
- Learn why marriages fail and how to ensure success
- Recapture the passion and excitement of falling in love again
- Lay the foundation for a healthy relationship
For course information and schedules visit www.familydynamics.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information regarding any programs or services available through the Couples’ Ministry, contact ministry leaders, Daniel and Pamela Ray at (301) 559-5262.
Fellowship Ministries encompasses the Men, Women, and Singles’ Ministries. The fellowship ministries co-labor with other Shiloh ministries to accomplish the overall goal of transformation by developing interpersonal relationships and promoting solid relationships with God and fellow church members.
SYPA – Shiloh’s Young People’s Association
SYPA is the youth ministry of Shiloh. Our vision is to create an infrastructure that allows for spiritual growth and development from childhood through young adulthood, producing fully equipped young adults who know their spiritual gifts and are ready for participation and service in ministry. SYPA is comprised of three ministries – Children Connection, ARISE (Awakening Revival Inspiring Supernatural Encounters), and ABLAZE (Authorized believers Living Accountably, Zealously and empowered). Children Connection is led by Donna James. Its mission is to develop children to love the Lord with all their hearts. ARISE is led by Ruth Burrell. Its mission is to let our preteen and teens know that they matter and to work jointly with caring adults to declare the Bible relevant to them. ABLAZE is led by Errol Mowatt and its mission is to inspire and nurture the young adults in their spiritual walk with God one step at a time, no one left behind.
Our Women’s Ministry’s mission is to encourage and equip women to live victoriously and overcome life challenges, while providing them opportunities to connect with God and other women through worship, fellowship, service and outreach.
For further information about Shiloh’s Women’s Ministry, feel free to contact ministry leader, Marjorie Carson at (301) 559-5262.
Shiloh’s Worship Ministry recognizes that music is a very vital part of corporate worship. Since worship is an expression of our love relationship with the Lord, we endeavor to keep worship lively, vibrant and dynamic. Our worship experience realizes and emphasizes that the main audience of our worship is actually God himself.
WSDnM: Widowed, Single, Divorced and never Married
To develop an atmosphere where people who are widowed, separated, divorced or never married with or without children can fellowship, grow personally, spiritually and socially by meeting their needs and the needs of others in and outside of the church community.