MONTHLY OUTREACH INITIATIVES
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH OUTREACH MINISTRY
The Outreach Ministry is a collaborative effort between all the ministries of Shiloh Baptist Church of Landover. A Deacon or Minister is assigned by the Pastor to be the coordinator of the ministry. A ministry will be assigned a month during the year to take the lead on an outreach activity and at least 2-4 other ministries will be assigned to assist the lead ministry in carrying out its outreach activity. The intent is to get all of Shiloh involved in participating in an outreach activity in the community during the year.
The SBC Outreach Initiative for the month of May
For the May outreach, Shiloh will provide non-perishable items to the National Area Food Back. Donations can be dropped off at the church on each Saturday or Sunday throughout the month of May and placed in the bin located in the vestibule. There is a significant need for food in this County, so your donations are truly appreciated. Thank you for all you do. If you have questions, contact email@example.com.
2023 MINISTRY OUTREACH ACTIVITY
Provide diapers, pull-ups, baby bottles, baby wipes, etc to Bee Fabulous Moments, Inc.
Support women and children at Shepherd’s Cove.
Donate items to Community Crisis Services, Inc. of Prince George’s County.
Aid single parents who are struggling to stay in school while being a single parent. We also donate baby wipes and pampers in support of this effort.
Donate nonperishable food items to the Capital Area Food Bank.
Provide men’s clothing such as pants, shirts, and ties to the Men’s shelter.
Donate clothing to children and toiletries and personal garments to drug rehabilitation centers.
Support children of neighboring communities with backpacks and school supplies.
Recruit friends and family members to attend AWANA and support annual mission effort to Otuam, Ghana, West Africa.
Distribute blankets, coats and sleeping bags for needy individuals who are in the target areas of District Heights, Landover, Hyattsville, Glenarden, and Capitol Heights. All items must be clean and usable.
Donate 60 Thanksgiving Baskets to the Community
Provide donations to the Access House, a place for homeless veterans, both male and female, located in southeast Washington, DC. Also, the Warm Hearts (Prison Ministry) provides gifts to children of parents who are incarcerated.