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Welcome to Life Groups Ministry!

The Children’s Ministry helps children grow and develop into spiritual teens, young adults, and ultimately spiritual men/women of God, who will make a lasting impact for the Kingdom of Christ. Through the various children’s ministries here at Shiloh, we believe that a firm spiritual foundation can be made that will anchor our children forever. Children’s Church meets 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Sunday. Nursery meets every Sunday.

We have a vibrant curriculum that children love and learn from, as well as family resources designed to meet the needs of today’s families. Children are encouraged to open their hearts to God through worship and study in a safe and loving environment.
Our Nursery- Kinder Director, Monique Rios, and our Children’s Director, Juli Godsil, are both available to help you in the most important task any parent can have – helping your child develop a relationship with God!

Heaven makes space for every child and so do we.

For some kids, we have the joy of working a little harder to make sure they are welcomed well. We call this our Breakthrough ministry and we seek to support neuro-diverse and special needs children. Parents and staff collaborate to find the best fit for the child. We have three different approaches:
Early Years (Ages 0-6): Inclusion model
Elementary (1st – 6th Grade): Inclusion model
Breakthrough (1st Grade – 18 years old): Sensory sensitive classroom

We believe our church is richer for these little ones and we seek to partner with Gods’ dreams and purposes for them. For more information and to notify us that your child will be joining us, please email: example@cmsmasters.com

Meeting Times

Tuesdays, 12:30pm – 3:00pm
Thursdays, 9:00am – 11:00am

Schedule

10:00 AM – Pre-Service Hangs
10:30 AM – Service
11:30 AM – Pick-Up

Location

Lake Building 20 Lake Blvd.Redding, CA 96003
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Winnerschapel

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First, we must understand church is not a building, a Sunday school class, or a service time. According to scripture, a church gathering is a group of people coming together in Christ and the people are the church. Jesus shows us in Matthew 18 that a gathering can be as little as two people together.

The service usually involves the singing of hymns, reading of scripture verses and possibly a psalm. If the church follows a lectionary, the sermon will often be about the scripture lections assigned to that day. Eucharistic churches have usually Holy Communion either every Sunday or several Sundays a month.

There are no rules as to what to bring to church, other than your self, an open heart and mind. Some bring a bible, if you’re going to engage in bible study.

If you want to know how to dress for church, something modest and comfortable should be fine. Generally, graphic tees that show off sports team logos or bands should never be worn to church. Solid-colored tops are fine, and even something with a pattern should be OK to wear.

Ask your friends if they have a place to worship the Savior and invite them to come worship with you, especially at times like Christmas and Easter. If they aren’t Christians, ask them if they’d like to learn more about Jesus Christ and invite them to experience a Christian worship service with you. Remember to show the same respect for their beliefs that you hope they will give yours.

 There are many questions Christians are asked that the individual Christian is unable to answer. It happens all the time.

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