May 9, 2021

10:15 am

Jonathan Miller
Preston Yoder
Kingdom Growth Part 3:
"Weeding the Heart"
Shekinah Christian School

Sunday Service
We look forward to seeing many of you at our Sunday morning services. We will continue to provide options for you to worship and glorify God at the level you feel is safe and wise for you and your family. We recognize each person’s circumstances are unique. Whether you choose to attend in-person services or not, we will continue to love and support you.
We ask you to not come to church if you have any symptoms of illness such as a fever, cough, trouble breathing or otherwise not feeling well.
A. We will continue to provide a live stream online service at 10:15 a.m.
B. We are meeting inside with the following guidelines in place.
1. Please wear face masks in the church unless seated. Masks will be available.
2. Bulletins will be available in the lobby for self-pickup. A digital copy is also sent by email every week.
3. The offering box will be available inside the main doors to place your offering as you enter or exit the building. We also encourage you to continue taking advantage of online giving or mailing in your offerings.

Kids Camp
We are so excited to offer Kids Camp again! A few changes to be aware of:
- Kids Camp will meet the second and fourth Sunday of each month.
- Kids will return to the sanctuary for worship at the end of the service.
- RSVP - On Tuesday prior to Kids Camp you will receive a text with a link to sign up and RSVP. To help us with planning please RSVP by Friday night. We look forward to spending this time with your children!!

Adult Discipleship Class
Walking with God in the Desert – Experiencing Living Water when Life is Tough - Ray Vander Laan video series.
Throughout the Bible, the desert functions as an image of discord, of loss of control, and of separation from the safety of society. Barren and deadly, the wasteland meant certain death without access to resources. Many times, God led His people through the desert, where they learned that they would have to depend on His provision for all their needs. What are the difficult places in your life, the moments of loss and pain that can seem impossible to survive?
Facilitator: Rich Peachey; 7-week series beginning Sunday, March 21

Annual Kids Ministry Volunteer Meeting
If you are a volunteer or plan to volunteer in any of Shiloh’s Kids Ministry programming please plan to attend the annual meeting being held Sunday, May 16, at 9:00am in the fellowship hall. This meeting will include sharing vision for Kids Ministry, safety and first aid protocols and general information from Shiloh’s Child Protection Policy. If you have any questions or interest in serving as a volunteer, please talk with Alma Yoder or Liz Yoder. We are always looking for people who have a passion for sharing the love of Jesus with children!

Kids Camp
The Kids Camp schedule for May will not follow the routine pattern because of holidays and volunteer availability. Kids Camp will meet: May 16 and May 23.

Adult Discipleship Class Beginning May 16
The Adult Discipleship Class in the coming months will be studying some of the major Biblical themes. These are themes that are introduced early in scripture, developed throughout the Old Testament and finally fulfilled in the person of Jesus. We will be using the Bible Project theme studies as inspiration. Some of the themes we hope to explore are Sabbath Rest, Tree of Life, Temple, Messiah, Water of Life, Bread of Life, Covenants, etc. The Bible Project tagline is, "We believe the Bible is a unified story that leads to Jesus," and these theme studies do a good job of illustrating that reality. The first theme will be Sabbath Rest. On page one of the Bible, God orders a beautiful world out of chaotic darkness within a sequence of six days. And on the seventh day, God rests. This introduces the major Biblical theme of patterns of seven that conclude with God and humans resting together as partners. In this class, we will explore the theme of seventh day rest and the Biblical concept of Sabbath. We will also look at why Jesus adopted this idea as a major part of his own mission to bring God’s Kingdom to earth. This class will run May 16, 23, and 30 and will be taught by Keith Beachy.

Shiloh Mom’s Group
The moms of Shiloh gather the second Tuesday of every month from 9:30-11:30am for a mommy and me play date. On Tuesday, May 11, you are invited to Christine Yoder’s home for breakfast, a craft, and playtime. Please RSVP to Caranda Miller.

Women’s Ministry Picnic
For all ladies young and old, pack a lunch, a water bottle, a camera, and put on your walking shoes! The women’s ministry team is inviting you to a picnic at The Park of Roses (3901 N High St., Columbus) on Saturday, June 5 from 10:00am-?? Those interested in carpooling will leave from Shiloh at 9:15am. Let’s connect in conversation while enjoying God’s beauty.

Musical Double Header
Rosedale Bible College will present an evening of music on Sunday, May 16 at Shiloh. The Salt & Light Co., an acoustic, folk/contemporary ensemble, will take the stage at 5:00 pm, with free hotdogs and other baseball-style refreshments at 6:00. Salt & Light will resume at 6:30 with the Rosedale Chorale performing at 7:30. Since some of the evening will take place outside (weather permitting), please bring lawn chairs. The evening is free and open to the public; an offering will be received.

2021 Vacation Bible School
All kids age 3-8th grade are invited to come along on a Rocky Railway VBS adventure this summer! VBS will take place June 13-16, 7-9 p.m. at Shiloh. Registration will be available in the next few weeks. If you would like to volunteer to help with VBS, there is a sign-up sheet at the Welcome Center.

Seeking Music Teacher for 2021-2022 School Year
Shekinah Christian School (Plain City, OH) is currently searching for a music teacher interested in inspiring high school students to become engaged lifelong learners who glorify Jesus Christ through music. Primary responsibilities include; instructing students in the fundamentals of music theory, scheduling and equipping students to lead chapel worship, and provide leadership to musical components of major school events (Christmas program, Fine Arts Gala, etc.) as well as assisting with the biennial musical or drama production. The position could also include additional hours and responsibilities teaching elementary and/or junior high music classes based on the availability, skills and interest of the candidate. For a full position description or to submit a resume, please contact Head of School Brice Kauffman:
7521 Woods and W Ave, London, OH 43140