The Florida Baptist Witness has published an article about the new work the Shiloh Church JAX is beginning in Orange Park.

We will acquire the facilities owned by the Ridgewood Baptist Church, where Michael Clifford is the Pastor. The Ridgewood membership will not move. Prayerfully, leaders and members will join the new work we are calling Shiloh Church of Orange Park.

We are excited about the opportunity to expand our gospel witness into Orange Park. We are even more excited that a predominately Black church and a predominately White church will come together to make disciples for Jesus Christ. Praise God!

Over the next months, we are praying, planning, giving, doing outreach together, and having several join worship services. Shiloh Church of Orange Park will officially begin January 1, 2015.

Pray for us.

Check out the full Florida Baptist Witness Article: H.B. Charles’ Jacksonville church to partner with Orange Park congregation 

Appearance: H.B. Charles’ Jacksonville church to partner with Orange Park congregation
Outlet: Florida Baptist Witness (www.gofbw.com)
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Format: Newspaper

The Charles Spurgeon Pulpit

Easter Sunday 2014, before I gave the benediction at the end of the worship service at the Shiloh Church, I took a few minutes to point out that I was preaching for a new pulpit desk. Many in the congregation did not notice anything different. But to say I was excited  is an understatement. More than […]

Remembering July 30, 2008

  On July 30, 2008, the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville met to call a new pastor. I was one of two names to be considered that Wednesday night. I had mixed emotions. First all of, the momentum was moving toward me being called to Shiloh. Yet I had been in this situation before. And […]

TODAY’S SERMON: “What It Means To Trust In God” (Psalm 27)

It’s the Lord’s Day!

Today, I plan to end our 2014 Summer Psalm Series at the Shiloh Church with a message from Psalm 27, entitled, “What it Means to Trust in God.” The point of the message is that God is worthy of your trust in every situation. Specifically, you can trust God in the good days (27:1-6) and in the bad days (27:7-14).

 The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? – Psalm 27:1 (ESV)

Join us for worship at the Shiloh Church at 7:45 or 10:30 AM (EST). Both services will be live streamed.

Celebrating 5 Years as Pastor and People

We pause this week at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church to thank God for five years the Lord has blessed us to serve him together as pastor and people. It seems such a cliché to say that time flies. But it really doesn’t seem like it has been five years already. These years have been […]

I Want More Than Four More Years!

Four years ago, a monumental election took place. And right in the middle of the election, the economy collapsed. But I was not paying attention. I had monumental issues going on in my life and ministry that I was preoccupied with. During the summer of 2008, I was engaged in a process that would eventually […]