Mission Society

The Mission Society is a group of dedicated and selfless individuals who pool their energies, gifts and resources to generously and systematically contribute to the support of Christian education and missions work at home and abroad.

Since December 2004, the Mission Society has worked with the congregation to provide clothes, toys and food baskets for member of the community during the holiday season; provided meals to the residents of A Friend’s House (local shelter for abandoned, abused and neglected Henry County youth); provided personal hygiene/toiletries to residents of the Cornerstone Nursing Home; supported the Miles for Meals and the March of Dimes walk-a-thons; volunteered during Hurricane Katrina relief efforts in Henry County; adopted a family for Christmas in 2005 and provided financial assistance to church/community members.

The Mission Society continues to provide meals to the residents of A Friend’s House monthly. Other ongoing efforts include sending cards to the sick, shut in and elderly members and neighbors as well as providing basic/fundamental assistance to these individuals upon request. The Mission Society is also working with the youth of Shiloh to engage them in missionary work. A missions curriculum will be developed to teach youth and prepare them for community involvement and foreign mission.

It is our position that each ministry/member of Shiloh be a vital branch of the Mission Society. To find out how you can become a part of the Mission Society, contact the Rev. Aliska Smith at 770.315.2195.

WEEKLY SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School: 9:45 AM & Worship Services: 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM

262 Macon Street McDonough, GA 30253 Church Office: 770-957-2344
Education Center: 770.914.0550 | Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2410 McDonough, GA 30253

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