What To Expect

On your first visit and beyond...

When you arrive at Shiloh Baptist Church, expect to find greeters who will meet you in the parking lot, and if needed, help you find a place to park. You will then be screened by our medical team in compliance with the current COVID-19 CDC guidelines and then guided into our place of worship!

Expect to be loved. You will not be ignored when you come to Shiloh Baptist Church. People will greet you and welcome you to church, but you won’t be singled out or made to feel uncomfortable. We want you to feel at home.

 

Here are some other questions you may have.

What kind of worship style does Shiloh have? Our music styles are as diverse as our people. Shiloh uses a blended style of worship that includes classic hymns and more contemporary choruses and modern worship songs. We use a piano, guitars, handbells and other instruments to enhance the worship experience. Our goal is to praise God and glorify Him through our music, regardless of style.

What should I wear? We care about you, not what you are wearing…and we want you to feel welcome just as you are! Shiloh does not have a dress code. Attire ranges from suits and nice dresses to business causal to jeans and t-shirts.

Can I have my child in church? Of course. An extended session is offered for young preschoolers, but families are encouraged to have their children worship with them if they desire. A “crying room” for babies is available right outside the sanctuary if needed.