S. Howard Woodson Jr. Way, Trenton, New Jersey - (609)
On behalf of the Shiloh
Baptist Church family and my personal family. We praise
GOD that the Holy Spirit has directed you to our
website. We pray that this site will be a blessing to
you through information and inspiration. We also pray
that you would not only frequently return to this site,
but that you would share it with others and join us in
person for one of our many worship services, Bible
studies, prayer services or fellowship activities. We
love GOD...GOD's WORD...GOD's people! Our prayers are
with you and your family.
Armstrong, M.Div., Ed.S.-MFT, Pastor
The Rev. Darrell L.
Armstrong, Pastor of the Shiloh Baptist Church of Trenton, NJ has been chosen to
receive the National Foster Care Alumni Recognition Award from Casey Family
Programs. This national award recognizes leaders who have made a substantial
contribution to the field of child welfare and have helped to improve the lives
of children and families whom they serve.
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Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Study Commission on Violence has begun its examination of
violence as a public health issue and will be holding hearings
through the fall seeking input from the general public on how to
address violence in New Jersey.
Similar to the "7 Last Words of Jesus" traditionally preached on
Good Friday, we will convene a "7 Last Sayings" service with a
focus on the final words uttered by seven African Americans
slain by police, security personnel, or vigilantes. These
sayings will be the preaching "texts" used and include sermons
on Eric Garner ("I Can't Breathe); Renisha McBride ("I Want to
Go Home"); and Mike Brown ("Don't Shoot!".