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Congregational Care

"Supporting The Body of Christ" James 5:13-20

The Congregational Care Ministry is crucial to the overall health of the church;

it focuses on the internal health and needs of our church and congregation.

Bereavement  * Birthdays Recognition * Congregational Care Staff  * Financial Empowerment * Health * Interfaith Caregivers  
New Members * Seniors Ministry * Scholarship * Hospitality *Torch Bearers * Ushers * The Shiloh Travel Ministry


To nurture and support families and individuals who are grieving the loss of a loved one and those who are sick and shut-in.


Objective  - Is to demonstrate love for one another through practical means and support.


The Congregational Care Ministry is to love and support families and individuals who are grieving the loss of a loved one; establish a process by service either temporarily or permanently. It has as primary foci class instruction for new members, hospital and home visitation, providing a letter of correspondence to visitors who attend our worship service, prayer or bible studies. Congregational Care also provides communion, taped sermons, prayer and bible study to the sick and shut-in and make them feel loved and a part of the larger congregation.  Our Deacon, Deaconess and Missionary Ministries actively serve in this capacity.


Congregational Liaison Ministry

MISSION:  The Congregational Liaisons endeavor to support the ideas listed below: Unity is important because (1) it makes the church a positive example to the world and helps draw others to us; (2) it helps us cooperate as a body of believers as God meant us to, giving us a foretaste of heaven; (3) it renews and revitalizes ministry because there is less tension to sap our energy. Living in unity does not mean that we will agree on everything; there will be many opinions just as there are many notes in a musical chord, but we must agree on our purpose in life-to work together for God. Our outward expression of unity will reflect our inward unity of purpose. (NIV) 


GOAL: To serve the congregation by presenting concerns, issues, questions, etc., to the appropriate body that make the decisions about the matter and facilitating a timely response and resolution to the concern.


OBJECTIVES: To serve as liaison between the congregation and the Executive Committee, Joint Board and Church Council to ensure that the concerns, ideas and issues of the congregation are brought to the appropriate meeting and are heard; to provide groups, organizations or individuals that have concerns, ideas, questions, or an angst about something within the Church that they feel compelled to express, with a voice through which the idea is expressed in a formal meeting.

Lay Leader Denise Dennis

The goal of this ministry is to help our members who have lost loved ones. This ministry meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays every month from 5:30p.m. to 7p.m. in the S. Howard Woodson room.  Sister. Dennis is using a resource called “Grief Share” to address the needs of our congregation.


Lay Leader Eunice Lewis

This ministry reaches all of our congregants by way of birthday cards throughout the year. During the Christmas season the ministry distributes cards to our sick and shut in.


This ministry provides assistance to the ministry Director and acts as a liaison between new members, the congregants, ministries and the pastor to address congregational issues. It also informs leadership of any areas that may require attention.


Lay Leader Herbert Goff

This ministry assesses and responds to the health concerns of the congregation.

The health ministry host events that provide information and services related to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.


Lay Leader Anne Horne

This ministry provides hospitality to both members and visitors in various ways. To be a beacon of light to both members and guest, and to set the tone for fellowship and worship. This ministry also welcomes New Members to our congregation by way of introducing them to the leadership.

Lay Leader Landies Bullock assisted by

Joan Sumners and Marguerte Goff

This ministry provides aid to those who cannot do the activities they use to do. The ministry seeks to attend to and serve congregants who are on our sick and shut in list.


This ministry orients our new members to the “Articles of Faith” and introduces them to Shiloh and other New Members. It  provides New Members with the basic information needed to navigate a large church such as ours, and  prepares New Members for the various Bible studies and other ministries available at Shiloh.


Lay Leader Kay Henderson

This ministry ensures that Shiloh congregants maintain a level of excellence by providing aid to our members for education. This ministry creates guidelines for receiving scholarships from the church. It also solicits the congregation and others to sponsor scholarships.


Seniors Ministry

Chairpersons -  Phillistine Chester and Audrey Willis

This Ministry was established for the Senior members of Shiloh Baptist Church to foster and promote activities for their interests.


Lay Leader Carrie Rogue

This ministry continues to support our church through service.

A schedule of events will be forthcoming.

Shiloh Baptist Church Senior Usher Board Ministry

Motto “If every usher was just like Jesus what this usher board would be?”

Ushers are one of the first contacts with new comers; therefore, we must welcome worshipers to the Lord’s house with a warm and friendly smile. In us, the hospitality of GOD should be seen. Our role is important because it is the Lord we serve. Moreover, our mission is to usher the worshippers into the sanctuary with a spirit of humility and love. We celebrate the opportunity to serve as abiding servants who adopt psalm 84:10: “I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my god, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness. “ In the ushers ministry it is our privilege to serve the body wherever the need arises. We are looking for people with a heart of service. It is our mission to offer support to our Pastor and members so they can focus on prayer and teaching of the Word. If you feel led and have a desire to serve the Lord through greeting others and supporting the pastoral staff we would welcome you to this ministry. Please contact Timothy Jamison through the Church office for any further information. The Ushers meeting are every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM.

Officers: 2017 – 2019
President: Timothy E. Jamison
1st Vice President: Lisha D. Woods
2nd Vice President: James Coleman
Correspondence Secretary: Carol Johnson
Recording Secretary: Amanda Faucette
Treasure: Pattie Mitchell
Financial Secretary: Sandra Marks
Senior Advisor: Andrew Wallace
Chaplain: Lucretia Bennett

4th Sun - Feb Holy Cross – Gloria Champion
2nd Sun - March Jerusalem Baptist - Clara Sampson
4th Sun – March St. Phillips Baptist - Wanda Cowling - Pres. Fin. Secy.
4th Sun-April Grace Community Church – Rosanna Upshaw
5th Sun-April Ujima Village Christian Church Cynthia Solice
4th Sun-May Beauty Grove Baptist - Joyce Piper
4th Sun – June Grant Chapel AME – Jeulian Hendiryx
3rd Sun-Sept Wayne Avenue Baptist - Darlene Johnson – Charles Moore 2nd Vice
4th Sun-Sept Shiloh Baptist - Timothy Jamison 1st Vise Pres.
2nd Sun-Oct Life Abundant Church Of God – Alice Biggs
3rd Sun – Oct First Baptist Eggerts – Diane Chester
2nd Sun-First Baptist of Pennington – Willie Ford
3rd Sun-Nov Friendship Baptist – Leroy Roberts
4th Sun-Nov Usher’s Council

Jan 9th Friendship Baptist 11 Perry St.
Feb 6th Grant Chapel AME Church 261 Mercer St.
Mar 6th First Baptist of Pennington 5 Academy St. Pennington.
Apr 3rd Grace Community Church 700 W. State St.
May 1st Life Abundant Church Of God 167 Mercer St.
June 5th Ujima Village Christian Church 1001 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township

Sept. 11th Beauty Grove Baptist 66 Race St. Trenton
Oct 2nd St. Johns Baptist Church 70 Oregon Ave Ewing Township
Nov 6th New Holy Cross 500 E State St Trenton
Dec 4th First Baptist Eggerts. 121 Hillcrest Ave., Lawrenceville.
Note: All Monday Council meetings are scheduled from 7:00 – 8:00 PM.
Anniversary time varies from 3:30 – 4:00 PM.

Shiloh Baptist Church Senior Ushers Ministry

Shiloh Baptist Church Junior Ushers Ministry

Seniors Ministry

Co-Chairs -  Phillistine Chester and Audrey Willis

This Ministry was established for the Senior members of Shiloh Baptist Church to foster and promote activities for their interests.  An early fun project was the making of a religious quilt for Pastor Armstrong, containing our favorite Bible verses.  Our Community outreach extends to Spring and Fall donations of personal products to the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.  In addition, we as a ministry donate toys for Shiloh’s community Christmas party.  Books and toys have also been given to the Trenton Preservation House.  Current pertinent senior issues, legal, social security, and health information are provided by speakers and seminars throughout the year.


The dinner theatre production of a play “Willa Mae’s Last Will and Testament” was a crowning success, due to the splendid talent of our seniors.  Another play is on the way!


The Seniors also enjoy trips several times during the year to theaters in nearby areas, which afford members an afternoon of fellowship, lunch, and entertainment.  Our annual Christmas Luncheon is well attended, which makes for a great social occasion.


Senior Ministry Meetings

Third Thursdays - 1:00 p.m. -  John White Chapel

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