SBC Ways and Means Ministry
Shiloh’s Ways and Means Ministry is designed to
properly review Shiloh’s assets, liabilities, properties, and
investments and make recommendations as to how we can further serve
God, our membership, and our community with a spirit of excellence
as faithful stewards over what God has given us.
This ministry and their ministry leadership, staff, and team are vital to the health and success of Shiloh’s continued growth, development, and prosperity in business ventures as a Kingdom ministry.
Budget and Finance
To wisely manage the fiscal assets and resources God has entrusted to Shiloh through the giving of tithes and offerings, investments, properties, and interest bearing accounts. To manage Shiloh’s fiscal operations and ensure that spending is kept within budgetary means and measures so that church debt is reduced and increase in fiscal reserves can be reflected annually.
Culinary Arts Ministry
The Culinary Arts Ministry provides various types of food and culinary services for special occasions throughout Shiloh’s calendar year. To seek and strive to portray a spirit of excellence when serving others through Shiloh’s culinary arts experience.
Meeting Dates/Times: T.B.A.
The Pastor’s Aide/VIP Hospitality Ministry strives to ensure that hospitality excellence is extended to all visiting pastors, preachers, and VIP guests on behalf of our Senior Pastor and First Lady.
Meeting Dates/Times: Sundays and special services in the Jedidiah Room
Trustee Ministry (Building and Grounds)
To help manage and maintain the security and upkeep of Shiloh’s main campus located at 740 W. Locust Street. Trustees are to ensure that the building, parking lot, vans, and other assets are properly maintained, managed, and kept to the best working order. As improvement needs arise, bids and recommendations are secured by the trustees and presented to the Diaconate to submit to the finance ministry. The finance ministry will process the checks so payment can be made.
To provide transportation for Shiloh members to and from our worship experiences with God.