He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.’
— Mark 16:15

URGENT: Here's how we can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey:

1. Monetary Donations

2. Hygiene Kits

3. Check out Helping His Hands Disaster Response for more ways to help


If you have any questions, please contact the church office at 812-634-9542.

Operation Christmas Child

October 1, 2017- Kick-Off

October 29, 2017-  box Dedication 

Shiloh family, you have been faithful in sharing God’s love by filling boxes for children around the world for many years.  Every item lovingly added to an Operation Christmas Child shoe box has the potential to impact a child. We will provide you with a box or you may supply your own box.  If you provide a box, please make sure it is sturdy so families can reuse it. 

New for 2017:  tooth paste and candy are no longer accepted for safety reasons.

If you have questions, please contact Susan Leonard or Elaine Weinberg.


What goes in a box?

help build hope

Each year we work with our friends at Redemption Church to demonstrate the unity of the church and create hands on service for all ages through the framing of homes for partner organizations to enhance the impact in our community. 

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evansville youth home

The Evansville Youth Home is a UM organization supported by Shiloh Church every year. It is a worthy org that does great work with young people. Part of our faith promise money supports the home as does part of the Bishop's Christmas offering  

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Midwest mission distribution

Midwest Mission Distribution Center (MMDC) is a disaster relief facility located on an 8 acre campus, 4 miles south of Springfield, Illinois.  MMDC's campus provides opportunities for individuals and groups of all walks of life, denominational backgrounds, abilities, and ages to help provide disaster relief kits and resources as well as educational and medical supplies to those in need both locally and internationally.  

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The mission of the Highland Support Project is to innovate transformational models of development that break cycles of dependency.  They engage in long-term accompaniment that supports Highland Indigenous communities of the Americas to live on their land, in their community, and with their culture.


Faith Promise is a commitment that you make toward the mission outreach of Shiloh UMC.  It is a promise that you will trust God to provide a way for you to give over the next year in support of our mission outreach.  Your pledge might be designated to a certain mission, missionary, congregational assistance, local community programs such as Crisis Connection or Tri-Cap, or to the general mission outreach program.  Thank you Shiloh!  Our Faith Promise Pledged Amount for 2017 is $35,500!  If you would still like to make a pledge, please contact Kathy Hunt.


Jeremy and Meredith Fulda are serving in Taiwan with One Mission Society, learning Mandarin Chinese. They will work alongside local churches in evangelism and discipleship; and develop partnerships in the fields of counseling and child advocacy in Taiwan.  

Rev. Upendo Likondi serves as a United Methodist Pastor of the IOP Community providing education and care for orphans in the village of Ilula, Tanzania.

Tom Heaton, a United Methodist pastor who has been supporting the needs of the poor in Guatemala since 2000.

Micki serves in Rwanda with the International School of Young Life by introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith.