"Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world." (Matthew 28:19-20)
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The overall purpose of the Christian Education Ministry is to provide, develop and promote programs that equip individuals for discipleship (Matthew 28:19-20). The Christian Education Ministry is comprised of 11 sub-ministries that individually and collectively have a three prong focus of spirituality, service and education. Biblical teaching and learning are the essential elements of the Christian Education Ministry. Through active participation in Christian Education programs, individuals acquire the tools and skills needed to lead others to Christ and to allow them to grow spiritually in a community of believers.
ASALH | Elnora Lewis
The mission of the Woodson Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History is to promote appreciation for the life and history of persons of African descent; to provide information and encourage thought based on the historical truth about the numerous contributions made by the ancient Africans and Africans in the Diaspora (worldwide); and to encourage the understanding and knowledge of, as well as, to remove misinformation about the contributions Africans and African-Americans have made to the founding and continuation of the United States of America.
bible institute | Gwendolyn prioleau
The mission of the Shiloh Bible Institute is to promote Bible literacy through inspiring and interactive formats; explain and discuss how the Scripture applies to our individual daily experiences; develop life skills that lead to transformed lives; prepare members for effective stewardship in one or more of Shiloh’s ministries; and cultivate Christian disciples and leaders.
Church School | linwood moore and Robert gunn
The mission of the Church School is to reach people of all ages and abilities for Bible study; to witness about Christ; to teach the Word of God; to train for study, teaching accurate interpretation, and practical application of the Word of God; to minister to the spiritual and human needs of the congregation (members and non-members); and to interpret and under-gird the work of the Church through Bible study.
Hbcu council of Shiloh | J. Otis harris
The mission of the Shiloh Historically Black Colleges and Universities Council is to celebrate and educate others about the tradition and excellence of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The Council also introduces different educational opportunities (i.e. Free SAT Practice Tests by the Princeton Review, College Preparatory Workshops for parents, information on upcoming college fairs in the DC Metro area etc.) and provides support for educational scholarships for students attending a Historically Black College or University students to In addition, HBCU Council undertakes other efforts to preserve and support historically Black colleges and universities and encourages all HBCU Alumni to become active and give back to their alma mater. Visit www.hbcucouncil.com
Historical commission | Judy williams
The mission of the Shiloh Historical Commission is to collect, preserve, and store artifacts, documents, photographs and memorabilia related to the church's history and its personalities. Its mission is to provide historical information for programs, booklets and oral presentations for special day observances within the church as well as to outside agencies and individuals interested in Shiloh's history. It is also the mission of the Commission to education church members and others in the city about Shiloh's contribution to the community, city, nation and the world.
ITC | Mac Paschal and Hazel Bland thomas
Shiloh International Training in Communications (ITC) is a personal development organization. The mission of ITC is to provide coaching in effective public speaking, communication and leadership skills.
library/Book Club | vacant
The mission of the Shiloh Church Library is to provide education and inspiration for adults, youth, and children; to provide resources for leaders, ministerial staff, and lay leaders; to provide resources for school programs, missions, and special groups; and to promote the love and appreciation of reading through Shiloh Book Club.
new members workshops (adults and youth) | deacon ministry leadership team
The mission of the New Members workshops for adults and youth is to offer a basic introduction to the Church and instruction on basic principles of what Baptists believe, including the two ordinances that Baptists practice, Christian discipleship, the meaning of being a Christian and participating in a church community.
Nursery | fern c. clark
The mission of the Shiloh Nursery is to provide child care for families with children ages infancy to eight years old during the 10:55 a.m. worship service. Child care services include fine and gross motor activities, story time, snacks and volunteer hours for High School students.
Scholarship Committee | Patrice M. Pitts and zenobia Bingham
The Scholarship Committee provides oversight in the awarding of scholarships and other prizes funded by members and organizations of Shiloh Baptist Church; serves as the umbrella organization under which scholarship sponsoring groups within the church operate; provides publicity about other scholarship and award opportunities by groups not affiliated with our church and hosts a celebration for graduates from elementary school through graduate and professional school.
Vacation Bible School | michelle busch and anita hariston
The mission of Vacation Bible School is to provide teachings for all ages in an effort to promote learning about Jesus; to empower students and adults to use these offerings to become more responsible and accountable in their daily walk.
The present leader of the Christian Education Ministry is Janice Carter Bowden and the co-leader is Anita Hairston. For more information about this Ministry, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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