Youth & Family Programs

Every Adventure Is An Opportunity For Life Transformation

Adventures instill identity, offer belonging, inspire connectionand awaken the purpose inside of you!

Boosting morale in any workplace is crucial for maintaining a positive and productive business environment and to develop teams.

Camp is a Blast!

SUMMER CAMP: Ages 8-17

Shiloh provides a variety of summer camp programs for urban youth. At camp, youth participate in sports, arts, adventures, Bible study, and worship. These unforgettable five-day experiences are hosted in a culturally relevant environment to develop courage, build confidence, and nurture meaningful relationships.

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Experience Art in New and Exciting Ways

ART CAMP: Ages 8-17

Do you love expressing your creativity through art? Are you looking for new ways to experience art with your friends? Art Camp is the place for you! 

At Art Camp, youth learn a variety of art forms, engage in Bible study, and explore God’s creation in a beautiful outdoor setting.

Corporate events offer employees a break from their regular routine, allowing them to relax, & connect with all colleagues.
Recognizing & utilizing individual talents not only benefits the team but also contributes to the growth of the organization.

The Most Important Time is Family Time


Central to Shiloh’s mission is to strengthen families. At Family Retreat, families can relax and enjoy a meal together, engage in intentional conversations with one another, and have fun with a variety of outdoor activities!

Launching Future Leaders

ASCEND: Ages 14-18

Shiloh offers the ASCEND Youth Leadership Program to inspire, equip, and launch the next generation of leaders. Each ASCEND fellow learns servant leadership skills and engages in personal development as they discover their unique identity and God-given purpose for their life.

Teens ages 14-18, with at least one year left in high school, are eligible to apply. Applications are accepted once a year and reviewed by the selection committee. 

ASCEND fellows make a one-year commitment from July-May and participate in the summer kickoff retreat, monthly momentum meetings, individual mentorship, small group sessions, personal assignments, and service projects throughout the year.

Team building activities create opportunities for team members to connect on a personal level, fostering a sense of belonging.
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