A Little About our Purpose and Methods
The purpose of this camping ministry shall be to create and maintain a “Christian Conference Center” for the furtherance of the Gospel, and to facilitate ministry outreaches that are evangelical with a major emphasis on nurture in the Word of God, growth, and service.
We hope that every camper has fun and grows in their relationship with Jesus. "Study, Do & Teach the Word."
Many camps these days seem to be distracted by all the activities. The activities become their primary focus, and even their very identity. Although we have many activities at Shiloh, and strive to do our best to insure the campers have a blast, our primary focus is still the Word of God, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We prioritize things in our schedule such as chapels, cabin devotions, personal devotions, Bible Quizzing, and even strive to make our Ultimate Challenge (an extended, theme based team competition at the end of each week) geared in such a way that the entire event teaches a spiritual principle or principles which we highlight at the end of the competition.
Another thing we are committed to here at Shiloh is to keeping the price of our camps as low as possible, so that as many kids as possible can come and hear about Jesus. We do this through a variety of ways. First, all our Full Time Staff are missionaries who raise their own support. Second, all our support staff are volunteer. Third, we rely heavily on donations. Our operating costs are not met in full by the funds we receive from camper fees. This means we rely on monthly donations, and other gifts that gracious donors give to our ministry.
At Shiloh we don't want to turn anyone away due to finances. Camper Assistance funds are available. Click here to view and download the Application for Financial Assistance.
We are firmly committed to faithfully uphold and teach the Bible, God's Word. We are also committed to offer quality programming at the most affordable price possible, to allow as many people as possible to learn about Jesus.
This facility is operated in accordance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) which prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, or political beliefs. To file a complaint of discrimination, write or call USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410. (202)770-5964 (Voice & TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.