Shiloh … a sense of place and a place to belong!

Shiloh United Methodist Church is more than halfway into its second century and certainly has a rich history to share. But that doesn’t mean the church lives in the past. Shiloh boasts a vibrant ministry focused on service, care and prayer. We welcome you to learn more about us through this website and, even better, come visit! We would love to have you!

Camp meeting’s sesquicentennial!

Shiloh celebrates its 150 consecutive year of hosting camp meeting, a storied, and rich, Methodist tradition. Many activities are planned to commemorate this historic year. Check out Facebook to see the details and to let us know if you’ll be there!

Shiloh's Sesquicentennial  Camp Meeting preacher, John Ed Mathison.

Shiloh’s Sesquicentennial Camp Meeting preacher, John Ed Mathison.

The 150th camp meeting begins Tuesday night, June 21, and continues through Sunday, June 26. Night services begin at 7:15 for music you don’t want to miss, followed by the service at 7:30. There also will be morning services Wednesday through Friday at 10:30. On Sunday morning, a catered meal will be served after the traditional service, which will begin at 10:30. All services will be held in Shiloh’s historic arbor.

To commemorate this historic event, several important activities will take place: A tree planting, a pillar dedication to pay tribute to the arbor’s restoration, and a time capsule dedication. Hope to see you there!

Learn more about our camp meeting, preacher, John Ed Mathison, one of the most respected United Methodist Church leaders who has now taken his ministry around the world.