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Our Vision

Vision is not about reality or what is, rather it is a compelling portrait of the future of our church.

It is all about what our dreams and aspirations are or what could be.

Our Vision statement is a narrative portrayal of what Shiloh Tabernacle will look like when we are living our core values and are accomplishing our mission.

The church we see…

  • We envision an international worship center, where a vibrant and dynamic people from every race, tongue, tribe, and nation worship together as one family, in one accord; exuding a sweet-smelling aroma of His love and splendor.

  • We envision a safe and welcoming wellspring of care and compassion where the hurting, the distressed, disgruntled, the depressed, the frustrated, and the confused can find love, acceptance, assistance, hope, forgiveness, direction, and inspiration through the healing power of Jesus in their lives, relationships, marriages, and careers.

  • We envision a church that actively and intentionally pursues those who have never attended church or have stopped attending church; reaching out to them through people- friendly worship services, and special events so that they can experience God’s transforming grace.

  • We envision a church where new believers and established believers are developed into spiritually mature and fully functioning followers of Christ through anointed teaching, worship services, discipleship classes, and small groups.

  • We envision a church where all our members are helped to discover their God-given gifts and talents and equipped for a significant ministry through Bible study, seminars, retreats, leadership training and are commissioned into service -  either within or outside our church as missionaries, church planters, church workers in the UK and beyond. Our goal is that every member becomes a minister.

  • We envision our church as a facilitator for the launching of new ministries and churches.

  • We envision a large facility that will accommodate our growth and be accessible to all the metropolis. This facility will provide ample room for Sunday school, small groups, Bible study, prayer, offices, and other meetings.

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