Shiloh Baptist Church


Shiloh Baptist Church, Gwinn, Michigan, United States
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In HOHOR of those who sacrificed so much 'Contending for the Faith Once Delivered'
Pastor Mac G. Woody
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Shiloh Baptist Church Covenant

HAVING BEEN LEAD, as we believe, by the Spirit of God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior, and on the profession of our faith, having been baptized in the name of our Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, we do now in the presence of God, angels, and this assembly, most solemnly and joyfully enter into covenant with one another, as one body of Christ.

We engage, therefore, by the aid of the Holy Spirit, to walk together in Christian love, to strive for the advancement of this church, in knowledge, holiness and comfort; to promote its prosperity and spirituality; to sustain its worship, ordinances, discipline, and doctrines; to contribute cheerfully and regularly to the support of the ministry, the expenses of the church, the relief of the poor, and the spread of the Gospel throughout all nations.

We also engage to maintain family and secret devotions; to religiously educate our children and seek the salvation of our kindred and acquaintances; to walk circumspectly in the world; to be just in our dealings, faithful in our engagements, and exemplary in our deportment; to avoid all tattling, and backbiting, and excessive anger, to abstain from the sales and use of illegal and/or recreational drugs, intoxicating drinks as a beverage, and to be zealous in our efforts to advance the Gospel of our Lord ad Saviour Jesus Christ.

We further engage to watch over one another in brotherly love; to remember each other in prayer; to aid each other in sickness and distress; to cultivate Christian sympathy in feeling and courtesy in speech; to be slow to take offense, but always ready for reconciliation, and mindful of the rules of our Savior, to secure it without delay.

We moreover engage that, when we remove from this place, we shall, as soon as possible, unite with some other church, where we can carry out the spirit of the covenant and the principles of God’s Word.

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664 Dahlstrom Rd.
Gwinn, MI 49841
United States
Phone: 9062491205

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Mac G. Woody
664 Dahlstrom Rd.
Gwinn, MI 49841
United States
Phone: 9062491205

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Psalms 12:6

The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.




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Sunday School 10:00 am

Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am

Sunday Evening Service 5:00 pm

Wednesday Evening 7:00 pm

Service Times last updated on the 10th of December, 2017

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Shiloh Baptist Church, Gwinn, Michigan, United States
Shiloh Baptist Church map
Water baptism
Shiloh Baptist Church sign
In HOHOR of those who sacrificed so much 'Contending for the Faith Once Delivered'
Pastor Mac G. Woody
The Tent Ministry

Shiloh Baptist Church History

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"Baptist Succession"

THE WELSH RECORD Before we follow the historians’ record across the continent of Europe, let us first examine the Welsh Baptist heritage. After all, it is the apostle Paul himself who makes reference to these people 2 Timothy 4:21. Thus from the ministry of Paul in Rome begins one of the most direct historical lineages of Baptists. There are varying accounts of how Claudia and Pudens came to be in Rome, but there seems to be little doubt that they took the gospel back to Wales. As Paul’s converts there is no question as to what kind of church teaching they took with them. It was Paul who wrote the doctrinal epistles that established the churches in the distinctive New Testament truths. It must be remembered that at that time the Welsh people were only a tribe of Great Britain. In discussing Briton’s repelling of the Roman invasion, Isabel Elder makes this clear. She states: “The Welsh or Cymry, as the eldest tribe, held three priorities. Priority as the first colonizers of Britain; priority of government and priority in matters of learning and culture.” She also points out that the Romans only gained a foothold in Britain after ten years of constant warfare, but never succeeded in conquering the land. Caesar was never able to say of this land, “I came, I saw, I conquered.”

In consequence of this the gospel reached Britain and Wales very early. According to J. Davis, Rome, having failed in this conquest. played the game of, if you can’t lick ‘em, join ‘em. He says that Rome, “having failed, in consequence of other and more important wars, to conquer the Welsh nation, made peace with them, and dwelt among them many years. During that period many of the Welsh soldiers joined the Roman army, and many families from Wales visited Rome; among whom there was a certain woman of the name of Claudia, who was married to Pudence. At the same time, Paul was sent a prisoner to Rome, and preached there in his own hired house, for the space of two years, about the year of our Lord 63. Acts 28:30.) “Pudence and Claudia his wife, who belonged to Cesar’s household. under the blessing of God on Paul’s preaching, were brought to the knowledge of the truth as it is in Jesus. and made a profession of Christian religion.” To support this statement he sites 2 Timothy 4:21, Fox’s Acts and Monuments, Dr. Gill, Matthew Henry and others. He then adds, “The fact, we believe, is this: The Welsh lady, Claudia, and others, who were converted under Paul’s ministry in Rome, carried the precious seed with them, and scattered it on the hills and valleys of Wales.”

He adds that it is certain that in 180 A.D. two ministers, Faganus and Damicanus, both Welshmen who were saved in Rome, were sent back to Wales to assist the brethren there, and that in the same year Lucius the Welsh King accepted the Christian religion. This information is substantiated by other histories, such as “What the World Believes,” A Concise History of Baptists, and others. The same mountainous terrain that held back the Roman invaders also secured these Baptist churches from destruction by the efforts of the Roman church during the dark ages, and “It is conceded that during the dark ages the Welsh churches remained pure and never bowed the knee in submission to the roman church.” They, however, certainly had their share of persecution, the most severe apparently beginning with the reign of Diocletian around 300 A.D. There is some evidence that the apostle Paul himself may have visited Wales, or Britain. He certainly had good occasion to do so since his converts were flowing from Rome back to these isles. R.W. Morgan has written a book under the caption, St. Paul in Britain, and there are other writings that suggest as much. Whether Paul himself visited Wales, his message certainly clearly reached these people in its purity, and they did not compromise it.

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