Outside the Church

BLOC Ministries

BLOC works one-on-one and encourages at-risk students and adults to grow daily in body, mind and spirit. Find out more by visiting their website:

New Life Furniture 

New Life is a  furniture bank that operates very much like a food bank, but they provide gently used furniture instead of food. They serve folks coming out of shelters who have overcome homelessness or fled an abusive situation. Find out more by visiting their website:

Matthew 25 Ministries

Matthew 25 Ministries is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor locally, regionally, nationally and internationally regardless of race, creed or political persuasion. By rescuing and reusing products from major corporations and manufacturers, Matthew 25 Ministries provides basic necessities, nutritional supplements, educational materials, micro-enterprise supplies and disaster relief across the US and worldwide. Find out more by visiting their website:

My Neighbor’s Place

My Neighbor’s Place is a community development organization in Westwood, a neighborhood of Cincinnati, working together with local churches and civic groups to serve our neighbors! Find out more by visiting their website:

The LIT Movement

The LIT (living in testimony) Movement helps to assist individuals in acquiring safe recovery housing. They provide recovery coaching and spiritual training to those who seek freedom from addiction. Formerly known as the Tyler Schmidt foundation, the LIT movement helps recovering addicts and the incarcerated get back into society with the help of spiritual guidance. Learn more at

Married In Missions

Check out what some of our folks, Rick and Jen, are doing as they follow God’s call on their life and marriage. Rick and Jen serve in Cambodia where they rescue children from human trafficking and teach them life skills, job skills, and most importantly the love of God.  (click here to see their blog).


Inside the Church

Love to bake? There are opportunities every Sunday to provide hospitality through baked goods between worship at Shiloh. You will not want to miss this sweet opportunity!

There is always opportunity to write to the Shiloh Shut-Ins. Help our members stay connected with what is going on. Grab your stationary and get creative!

If you have a busy schedule and tight budget, there are always opportunities on the prayer team. Prayer is not the least you can do, it is the MOST you can do. Consider joining the prayer team and joining in prayer with Shiloh

Eat at Diane’s Restaurant any day and have 15 percent of your meal cost donated to Shiloh’s community outreach and missions program.