The History of Shiloh United Methodist Church

On January 20, 1869, a number of members of the United Brethren in Christ residing in the neighborhood of
On motion, it was unanimously resolved that those attending this meeting and others form themselves into a religious or Christian affiliation to be styled “The Trustees of Shiloh Church of the United Brethren in Christ.”

Shortly thereafter, they met again to plan for the construction of a church building. One acre of land was bought from Samuel and Catherine Hoover at a cost of $150.00 The church was built in 1869 and dedicated February 13, 1870 by Bishop Weaver.  The total cost of the structure was $2,917.24.

The first major improvement to the original building was the addition of a tower with a bell in 1922. In 1939, an addition for educational and social purposes was added. In 1952, a
modern kitchen was added and in 1956, another addition comprised of divided classrooms was made. In 1968, a vestibule and new bell tower were added.

Because of the merger of two denominations, in November 1946 the church became Evangelical United Brethren. And in 1968, a merger with the Methodist denomination created the current Shiloh United Methodist Church.
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