Missions and Social Concerns

“Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see thee hungry and feed thee, or thirsty and give thee drink? And when did we see thee a stranger and welcome thee, or naked and clothe thee? And when did we see thee sick or in prison and visit thee?’ And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me.’”

Matthew 25: 37 – 40

Missions and Social Concerns Committee


    • ·To be advocates for the mission of God through the church to the world.

    • ·To make the committee itself knowledgeable on the many services and mission projects taking place locally, nationally and internationally.

    • ·To personalize missions by informing and educating the congregation on activities, needs and opportunities to serve others.

    • ·To select local, national and international projects for active participation by church members.

    • ·To establish a yearly mission calendar for the church.

    • ·To formulate a yearly mission budget and a challenge goal for mission giving that promote financial support of mission programs.

    • ·To facilitate relationships with local community organizations, such as The Foodbank, and coordinate the Shiloh Church – Valerie Elementary School Partnership. To educate the congregation on issues of current social concern.

    • ·To further Shiloh’s tradition of reaching out to help neighbors in the community, nation and world.

Financial Support

Shiloh Church supports financially a variety of denominational, local, national, and international projects and organizations. These include:


Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence

Crop Walk for Hunger

Day of Caring Pancake Brunch

Easter Seals Adult Day Care

Golf Outings to support needy families at Christmas

Hospice of Dayton

House of Bread

Rebuilding Together Dayton

Samaritan Homeless Clinic

St. Vincent DePaul Homeless Shelters

The Foodbank

Valerie Elementary School

YWCA Shelter Service


Adult Mission Trip

Appalachian Service Project

Church World Service

Doctors Without Borders

Heifer International

One Great Hour of Sharing

Trigo Y Miel Feeding Program, Mexico


Funds that support missionaries, colleges and seminaries, church camp, new church starts, congregational planning, and varied mission effort in the U.S. and around the world.

2020 Missions Calendar

“Living the Word”

June 7 - 21

Tools of Hope/Blanket Sunday

June 26 (Friday)

House of Bread Workday

July - August

School supply collection for Valerie Elementary School

August 7 (Friday)

House of Bread Workday

August 9

Valerie Elementary School

Volunteer Recruitment

August 15

Charity Golf Outing

August 30

One Great Hour of Sharing

September 17 – 20

Tornado Relief or Appalachia Service

Project Trip

October 4


October 10 – 31

Pumpkin Patch

October 24 (Saturday)

House of Bread Workday

October 25 – November 22

Thanksgiving Food Collection

November 26

Thanksgiving Offering for

St. Vincent de Paul

November 29 – December 24

Heifer International Living Gift Market

November 29 – December 24

Advent Tree Donations

School year tutoring and assistance with

special projects at Valerie Elementary

Year-round collection of non-perishable

food items for Agape Food Pantry