Assist the Pastor and Deacons in all church activities: visit the sick and shut-in, aid those that are less fortunate and in distress, provide steadfast sympathy and
comfort to others
Family Crisis Support
The visitation committee shall consist of five members and shall visit church members during crisis such as deaths, tragedies, accidents, etc. The team will also visit church members that have requested removal from the church roll and perform other duties as requested by the Pastor.
Pastor Aid Committee
Responsible for the overall coordination and planning for all programs and activities associated with the pastor’s and wife’s anniversary and other events. This team also addresses the overall well being of the pastor and wife and provides additional assistance via love offerings and special programs.
provide Christian activities for children and adults during the summer.
Young Adult Ministry
Provide sound biblical principles for young adults (ages 18 to 35) that:
supports their spiritual growth
addresses their concerns,
integrates them into regular worship services
facilitates social activities that promote teamwork and new members.
To assist the Pastor by distributing alms, visiting the sick, shut-in and absentee members, assisting with ordinances (Lord’s Supper and Baptism), maintaining the church in a neat, orderly, and secure manner, maintaining a high spiritual atmosphere and perform other requested tasks.
Develop a spiritually inspired curriculum; nurture, teach, and lead elderly and young women so that they understand decent conduct and spiritual maturity. Provide guidance and spiritual insight (counseling) regarding social ills. Serve as a spiritual counselor, adviser, and trainer for female congregants.
New Membership Monitoring Committee
Assure a seamless transition for new candidates, whether by baptism or Christian experience, into the church’s ministry. Inform new members of the steps and the available materials necessary to acquire the knowledge and doctrines of the church ministry.
Assist those who will avail themselves of the opportunity to learn what the Christian life is and the will of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Serve as official legal servants regarding business matters related to the Church. They act in the best interest of the members of Shiloh to assure continuation and protection of the church.
Warmly greet and receive patrons at the door of the church. Assist with handouts, seating, and appropriate entry/exit from the church sanctuary during services. Direct patron movement and support the pastor and other ministries.
Youth Church Ministry
Establish processes necessary to continue the Christian education of youth (ages 12 to 18) of the church and evangelize to those who are not members. These processes include:
Development of Christian educational classes to support spiritual growth
Steps that address the concerns of youth
Education of youth regarding proper Christian etiquette
Coordination with the other youth oriented units of Shiloh.