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  • 11.00am Live-Streaming Shiloh Services
    16 August 2020


    Shiloh is now accepting limited numbers attending private services. We are operating a rotational invitation system to give our regular people the opportunity to come along. **ONLY THOSE WHO RECEIVE AN INVITATION BY TEXT (etc) TO ATTEND WILL BE ALLOWED ACCESS! **However, if you are interested in attending one of our services as a 'Visitor' you can check availability of seats in advance. Those who have not received an invitation can continue to watch our livestream service by clicking on the ...

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    Jul
    2020
    Introduction of Same-Sex Marriages in Northern Ireland
    Legislation was introduced in Northern Ireland (January 2020) allowing for civil same sex marriage ceremonies to be conducted in Northern Ireland. Further to this, other legislative changes are being introduced from September 2020 to allow for religious same sex marriages also to be carried out in Northern Ireland. The legislation requires that churches must designate if they wish to conduct same sex marriages or to remain registered only for opposite sex marriage. On Tuesday 21st July 2020 S...

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  • 25

    Jun
    2020
    Statement by Shiloh Overseeing Committee
    Statement by Shiloh Overseeing Committee Shiloh’s Overseeing Committee met on Wednesday 24th June to frame a pathway plan to reintroduce attended Sunday morning services at Shiloh. Although government has agreed places of worship can reopen from 29th June, there has been no further guidelines to date. As a precaution the Committee has decided the following course of action. From Sunday 5th July 2020 a selected number of people will be invited each week, on a rotational basis to attend t...

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  • 12

    May
    2020
    Lockdown in Pakistan may be ended but there’s still hungry people.
    A number of members of Shiloh Christian Fellowship have been supporting poor families in Boter, Farooqabad, Pakistan who normally struggle to make ends meet, but with the COVID- 19 impact, life has been more difficult than usual. Through our local Christian contacts, we provided funding to purchase food parcels for some needy families, which were distributed earlier today. Our contacts delivered the food, including sweets for the children, and all the recipients were very grateful for the kindn...

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  • 27

    Apr
    2020
    Shiloh Food Parcels
    'It is better to give than to receive' In our currrent climate it is good to remember to look out for others who may be in need, or to simply show people that others are thinking of them at this time. A number of people from Shiloh felt they would like to prepare simple food parcels to distribute to individuals' within the local community. With the support from Caroline at Tesco's (Bloomfields), enough goods were purchased to produce 50 parcels for delivery. These were delivered and wer...

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  • 16

    Jan
    2020
    Shiloh Welcomes ‘Ladybirds Childcare’ Group
    Shiloh Christian Fellowship are delighted to announce a new partnership with Ladybirds Childcare which is part of Kilcooley Women’s Centre, to bring a new Playgroup to Lisnabreen. For many years, Shiloh has been keen to expand its services to the community, and this service to support children aged from 6 weeks to 4 years, and provides positive parenting programmes (including Incredible Years),  is the first of what we hope is many new ways to engage with local people.   Ladybi...

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  • 25

    Nov
    2019
    Shiloh Anniversary Celebration 2019
    What a Celebration!! Last night Shiloh was packed to capacity with people who had come along to celebrate Shiloh gong into our 20th year. Tommy Rowntree and Thomas McKeown had been invited to minister in song, and what a blessing that was! One man said, "When the two guys sang I felt like electricty was going through my entire body." Others spoke of the anointing the two singers had and how God used their ministry to touch people's lives. Mark Tatty Gordon preached on Psalm 133 about 'How goo...

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  • 25

    Nov
    2019
    New Deacons Appointed At Shiloh
    At yesterday morning's service in Shiloh three new deacons were officially installed. During the communion service the three deacons, chosen after prayerful consideration and a secret vote, were presented to the Fellowship, anointed with oil and prayed for. Shiloh has never had deacons before and this was a new thing being done. The three nominated persons are: Billy Morrison: Married to Wilma they have one son and two grandsons. Billy first gave his life to the Lord as a child but as he gre...

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  • 11

    Nov
    2019
    Remembrance Services 2019
    Mark Tatty Gordon was invited to conduct a number of Remembrance Services this year, including a Dedication / Memorial in the Shankill Memorial Garden (Sat 9th), in West Winds (Sun 10th) at Shiloh that evening and again on Armistice Day in Kilcooley. Each service began with the same reading from Ecclesiastes 3v1-8 and all services focussed on these words. Below is the message spoken at Shiloh. "I’ve been privileged to have been asked to conduct a number of Remembrance Services this year...

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  • 5

    Aug
    2019
    Thanksgiving Blessing Jake McCullough
    Yesterday at Shiloh another ‘Thanksgiving Blessing’ took place to celebrate God’s good gift of little Jake McCullough to his parents Sophie and John.  The short service was conducted by Mark Tatty Gordon who spoke about God’s goodness enabling some who fear Him and walk in His ways, to see their children’s children.  Because of Jesus there is a hope for all who trust in Him that is far reaching and brings manifold blessings. Children are a blessing from ...

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