Church News

Preparing for the School of Prophets

Every year Shiloh hosts a summer conference called the School of Prophets. Several hundred people arrive to seek the Lord together in worship, speaking the word, classes, recreation, and fellowship together. It is always a landmark time of our year. This time would not be possible without the many volunteers who spend weeks in preparation…

Off to Israel!

Today marks the beginning of an adventure to Israel for myself and a small group from Shiloh. Bags are packed and loaded as we begin the first leg of our long trip around the globe. We loaded onto the bus at Shiloh with friends and family there to wave goodbye. We’ll be meeting up with…

A Celebration of Life for Elizabeth Frances Lenton

Shiloh church will host a celebration of life service for Elizabeth Frances Lenton on Wednesday, September 7th at 7:30 pm. A light reception and time of fellowship will follow the service. The service will be held in the Shiloh sanctuary at 100 Shiloh Drive in Kalona, Iowa. Flowers may be sent to the Shiloh address…

Memorial for Marilyn Lee Hargrave

Shiloh Church announces a private memorial service and graveside ceremony for Marilyn Lee Hargrave on November 8th, 2015.  These events are by invitation only for family and members of The Living Word Fellowship. When: 1pm, Sunday, November 8th, 2015 at the Main Shiloh Sanctuary Graveside service immediately following at the Shiloh Memorial Cemetery.  A reception…

Spring Cleaning Day 2015!

As winter finally fades away, and in preparation for the School of Prophets conference that Shiloh hosts every year, we set aside a day to clean our facility. This year the morning began with an assortment of snacks and breakfast goodies to get our engines going. Then a prayer that we are not just cleaning but that…

New Paint Job for the Shiloh Water Tower

After withstanding Iowa’s extreme weather conditions for more than twenty years, the Shiloh water tower was in need of some tender loving care. Both its inner and outer surfaces had been worn down by the elements and constant use. To remedy the situation, both the inside and the outside of the tower were sanded, sealed, and painted. It took over 100 gallons of paint to give the water tower its fresh new face, much of which was applied with traditional size paint rollers!