Serve. Connect. Grow.
The Women’s Ministry mission statement is to serve the community, connect with one another, and grow young leaders.
The Women's Ministry offers women of all ages at Shiloh many ways to see that mission lived out through serving the church family, the community, and international ministries. The group participates in 3-4 major service projects each year along with several smaller opportunities to meet the needs of others. They often host fellowship activities, a yearly "Ladies' Day," and guest speakers.
Local Mission Opportunities
We love partnering with local organizations to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to those in the Tyler Community! Click below to find out more information about the organizations we're blessed to serve alongside.
Some of the ministries/projects we partner with:
- American Heart Association
- Christian Women’s Job Corp
- Habitat for Humanity of Smith County
- LiveBeyond – “Haiti School Supply Drive” and “Back to School Fundraiser”
- Refuge of Light
- Sweetie Pies Dance Troupe – Local Mentoring Program
Women's Ministry Groups
Grow closer to God alongside other women in a smaller setting: check out various women's ministry activities and groups below!
JC's Cooking Class
Meet new people and hone your cooking skills! Jon Carole's cooking class is a fantastic way for women and girls of all ages to connect while creating tasty dishes and treats. (This intergenerational activity has temporarily been put on hold due to COVID-19.)
FREE women’s exercise classes (pilates/yoga) every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00pm! Contact Lola Scott or call the church office for more details.
Sisters in Service (SIS)
Shiloh’s group of “sewing sisters” are intent on serving the local community by sewing blankets, masks and partnering with organizations like Refuge of Light. Interested in getting involved with SIS? Contact Jan Barrows, Becky Omdahl or the church office.
Mother's Praying for Adult Children (MPAC)
Moms connecting to support one another and pray for adult children in the midst of their struggles and searches. Contact Sherry Luckett or the church office for more details.