For more than 25 years Shiloh Pentecostal Church has blessed families and individuals in our community on every level of their spiritual journey. We are a multicultural, Biblically motivated congregation of Apostolic origin, committed to spiritual enrichment. Our Bible based ministries, genuine praise and worship, and commitment to truth continue to change lives, one heart at a time. At the core of all we do is to be "Building Community, Upholding Values, and Serving Others."
Here you will find a warm welcome and open invitation to learn more with us as we seek for a closure walk with Jesus Christ. We invite you to join us on our journey!
Pastor Kent and April Ryall have been serving as the lead pastor for Shiloh Pentecostal Church since 2016. Having a heart to serve they continue to invest in the Church, their Family and their Community.
Kent and April Ryall are both graduates from Genesis Institute of Theology. They are passionate about God, people, and spending time with their two girls.
We believe that God exists, and that the Bible is God’s inspired, infallible Word.
2 Timothy 3:16
We believe what Paul wrote in his letter to the Ephesians: There is “One Lord, one faith, one baptism” Ephesians 4:5
There is one God who created all things. He is the Father of creation, and took upon himself the form of a man (Jesus Christ) to save humanity from our sins. He was crucified after a sinless life, and resurrected himself from the dead on the third day following his death.
Deuteronomy 6:4, Matthew 1:21, Colossians 2:9, 1 Timothy 3:16
THERE IS ONE WAY TO APPROACH GOD: THROUGH JESUS CHRIST. WE BELIEVE THE SAME DOCTRINE THAT THE APOSTLES PREACHED IN THE BOOK OF ACTS.
There is one way to approach God: through Jesus Christ. We believe the same doctrine that the Apostles preached in the Book of Acts.
John 15:6, Acts 2:38
Baptism refers to being immersed in water in the name of Jesus Christ, and the baptism of God’s Holy Spirit as experienced in the Book of Acts.
Acts 2:38, Luke 24: 47, Acts 19:4-5
Water baptism is an essential part of the formula for salvation in the New Testament, as preached by the Apostle Peter in Acts 2. It is done for the remission (washing away) of sins, and is not just a symbol of becoming a Christian.
Galatians 3:27, John 3:5, Mark 16:15-16