We serve the members and friends of Shiloh through our education and investment programs.

The Finance and Economic Ministry seeks to help participants in our ministry events to manage their finances using Christian principles including tithing and giving for the higher purpose of building God’s Kingdom and helping others.

The Finance and Economic Development Ministry is comprised of the following sub-ministries:

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

- James 1:17 -

Debt Reduction Campaign

Formally Claim the Victory

Every Shiloh member is a part of this campaign to raise funds to retire the mortgage debt of Shiloh Baptist Church and is encouraged to give cheerfully. Funds are received in the second offering plate following the collection of tithes.

Treasury Department Federal Credit Union

Shiloh’s credit union is now a part of the Treasury Department Federal Credit Union (TDFCU). The Shiloh branch of TDFCU is located on the Lower Level of the Family Life Center. TDFCU offers several financial products and gives you an alternative to traditional banks.

Shiloh Blessed 7 Investment Club

The Blessed Seven Investment Club invests in the stock market through its investment portfolio. If you would like to learn how to read stock selection guides, analyze stocks, and invest in the stock market, please consider joining the Club. The Club meets the 4th Tuesday of each month beginning at 6:45 p.m.

Investment Club 2

Investment Club 2 researches, evaluates, purchases, and sells stocks with the goal of doubling its investment portfolios every five years. If you would like to find out more about the club, please consider joining the club. It meets on the 1st Saturday of each month beginning at 10:00 a.m. Shiloh Investment Club #2 is accepting new members.

Shiloh Investment Club #2 is accepting new members

Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University (FPU) teaches some and reminds others how to live in financial wellness. It will teach you how to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and begin to create wealth. In its first eight classes, FPU members reduced their debt by more than $307,200 and increased their savings by more than $118,000. 

Shiloh Financial Seminars

Financial information is delivered to Shiloh members, their families, and the community at large on a variety of subjects. These quarterly seminars feature subject matter experts who deliver powerful information in areas such as Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning.