Investing in tomorrow's Church.
It's very hard to have a healthy Church family when family life at home has become difficult.  For parents, helping their teens navigate the transition to adult life can be a lot of work.  At Shiloh, we want to partner with you and help you finish well.
 
Ignite and Element 26 are two programs geared towards the youth at Shiloh Community Fellowship.  
 
 
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Ignite is our Middle School Ministry. Middle school are some of the biggest years of growth in a students life. It can also be some of the hardest, struggling with identity ,relationships and fitting in. We want to show them that their identity is in Jesus and that they are valued for who they are. By taking time to build relationship with them and teaching on a solid foundation in Jesus we hope to ignite a passion that carries over into all aspects of their lives.
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“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17. Element 26 is the element for iron on the periodic table and we feel this is applicable to the High School Youth Ministry in many ways. Element 26 is a launching pad to walk out Proverbs 27:17. High School meets on Sunday mornings to build relationship, encourage and challenge one another. Taking what they learned they are encouraged to join and be apart of other activities in the area and build CommUNITY with their peers. To date they have joined with youth groups at Encounter Church, Grace Church of Willow Street, Brisk at New Providence Church of God and Ground Zero. A few have started their own community groups while others have joined in Young Life, Campaigners on Friday morning, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Wednesday morning prayer at the school. 
 
Both groups gather during the adult enrichment time on Sunday mornings for a time of learning God's word. In addition, the groups will get together Tuesday evenings during the Family Night activities at the Church. Other activities are scheduled throughout the year.
 
If you have any questions, email Sara Fisher at sfisher86@comcast.net.