1 Church, 2 Locations
In 1818, a small group of pioneers formed a small group focused on growing in Christ and worship. Since that time, Shiloh has grown into a powerful and exciting church with 2 campuses – in Delhi and Price Hill.
Are you new to Shiloh?
We offer 3 different worship experiences on Sunday mornings and we offer excellent and safe Children’s and Student ministries at both campuses. So there is something for everyone. We are a diverse group of people from all walks of life with Jesus as our unifying center.
Who is Shiloh?
We are a group of imperfect people seeking to grow in our faith and in our connection to God and to each other. We are a diverse community. We look different, think different, vote different and worship different but we’re united by Jesus as our core. We believe that our purpose is to take one step closer to Jesus every day and if we do that, we can change the world.
There is a place for you at Shiloh
If you’d like to see a message series that outlines who we are and what we believe, check this out:
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This message series was based on our membership class and was designed to help our folks answer 3 key questions as we all try to take one step closer to the King:
When do I worship?
With whom am I growing?
Where do I serve?
When you get to Shiloh on Sunday, come on in and get a cup of coffee at our welcome center. Our greeters will point you in the right direction. During the week, check in at the reception desk or the church office for any help you might need.
What does “1 Church, 2 Locations” mean?
Shiloh is 1 church with 2 campuses – one in Delhi, one in Price Hill. We have one unified mission, vision and strategy, but we are intentional about reaching out to our two communities in ways that make sense. We have live music and preaching at both campuses and we encourage people to switch campuses from time to time.
How do I dress?
We want you to come as you are. For some, that means jeans, T-shirts and flip flops. For others, that means a three-piece suit or dress with heels. Either way, you are dressed perfectly for Shiloh. Because we know God doesn’t look at our outsides, but into our hearts.
What about my kids?
No matter the age of your children, Shiloh has a place for them. We have a comfortable room for infants and a room full of toys for toddlers. Both are staffed by loving church members who have been trained and background checked.
Children 3 years old through fifth grade attend Sunday School classes tailored to their age groups. Some of our Sunday School teachers are such veterans that they’re now teaching the children of their former students.
Shiloh kids who are in sixth grade and up go to the Youth Room for games and discussion about everything from building better relationships to why God lets bad things happen.
What does Worship look like?
Delhi 9:30 – Traditional Worship
If familiar hymns, meaningful liturgies, a powerful choir and a message that is both Biblical and relevant make up the kind of church service that resonates with you, our 9:30 a.m. worship is for you.
How do I get involved?
There are so many ways to get involved at Shiloh. Maybe you’d like to start with getting baptized or check out our membership classes or having your children try out our Sunday School classes.
Would you like to sing in the choir? Or try out one of our many Life Groups?
Please email us to get started. We’ll get back to you with some possibilities.
What does Shiloh believe?
Mission – “To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World.”
Vision – “To become the empowering and transforming center of our community as we serve our neighbors, worship God and grow in Christ.”
Purpose – “To create a Christ-centered community focused on God through passionate worship, reaching out to people through radical hospitality, growing in Christ through faith-forming relationships, partnering with God through extravagant generosity and sending people out through risk-taking mission and service.”
Worship – Grow – Serve – Care
We ask all our members to be able to answer 4 questions.
- Where do I worship, privately and publicly?
- With whom am I growing in an accountable community?
- How am I serving inside and outside the church?
- How am I caring for others?