Shiloh Baptist Church
Visiting Shiloh?
We're Happy to Have You
Whether you are curious or seriously seeking a "church home,” you are very much welcome at Shiloh The steps below help you know what to expect on Sundays, but there are also weekday programs if you want to visit then.

Steps to Visiting on Sunday
1. Choose to begin with our morning Worship Service or Sunday School
Worship is at 10:30 a.m. Prior to our morning worship we meet together in smaller Bible study groups during our Sunday School hour which begins at 9:15 a.m. On your first visit, it’s best to arrive about 15 minutes early if you need time to find your children’s classroom locations. Programs for children and youth coincide with the service and Sunday School times.

2. Arrive and Get Parked
We meet for morning worship in our main sanctuary. On our property, this is the large building located to the right of the parking area. Arriving 15-20 minutes before the service starts will make things easier as you learn our facilities. Handicapped Parking is available directly in front of the main sanctuary entrance. Should you need any assistance don't hesitate to ask.

3. Find a Place for Yourself and Your Kids
Welcome center volunteers are ready to answer your questions before, between, and after our morning activities Just look for them inside the Media Center located to the right as you enter the main lobby. They can help you choose an adult Bible study group that’s right for you. If you have children, our children's area is located down the hallway to the right of the Media Center.

4. Celebrate Through Worship
Ushers will welcome you into the sanctuary and give you a program outlining the service. Ushers can also help you find a seat. Toward the beginning of the service, everyone is invited to stand and greet one another with handshakes. You will not be singled out as a visitor. Biblical teaching, prayer, giving, and regularly-scheduled communion services are key components of worship at Shiloh.

5. Let Us Help You
If you would like to talk about a personal concern or something you heard in the service, look for one of our pastors as you exit or feel free to contact us later.