Shiloh CP

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The people of Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church welcome you to worship God with us.

Shiloh is a warm, friendly, and inviting place to worship with an extensive history. We are a small congregation that loves the Lord. Shiloh is a wonderful place to be on Sunday morning, and we are always excited to welcome visitors. We’d love for you to join us! Children have an active role in worship collecting the Noisy offering and participating in the Children’s Message. Come join us this Sunday!

 

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Worship: 11 AM

Rev. Melissa Goodloe

Rev. Melissa Goodloe

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Rev. Goodloe is a 1997 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. She earned her Master of Divinity (2005) at Memphis Theological Seminary. In 2006 Rev. Goodloe was ordained in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and has been faithfully following her calling ever since. She has served congregations in Tennessee, Indiana, and Illinois, as well as being a circuit pastor, prison chaplain, and case manager for youth in need. Rev. Goodloe was installed as pastor of the Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church in October of 2013. She and her husband Tim reside in the Macedonia community.

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I am excited to be serving in McKenzie, Tennessee. I look forward to being an active part of the community and getting to know my neighbors. Visitors are always welcome at Shiloh. Once you have visited you are family!

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History

Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church has a long and rich history, having been founded in the mid-1820s. For Homecoming 2009, a history of Shiloh Church was produced, titled “Stories of Shiloh.” The first two sections of the history are combined and edited forms of earlier histories. The final section contains a timeline of the history of the church.

What is a Cumberland Presbyterian?

So, You have never heard of Cumberland Presbyterians?
Forgive me if I do not act surprised.

We are a small denomination and here in the Bible Belt we are way outnumbered by Baptists. I would encourage you to not let that unfamiliarity scare you. Cumberland Presbyterians have a rich heritage and a wonderful ministry.