Shiloh In the Community

Here at Shiloh, we enjoy getting involved with our community.  Our outreach consists of feeding, clothing, and housing those in need both within and outside of our church and we encourage our members to participate in our community programs.  Some of the programs that we provide are:

Shiloh Clothes Closet

The Clothes Closet provides gently used clothing and shoes for men, women, and children. It is available to our members and to the community. It is open every Saturday except 5th Saturdays and holidays. No registration is necessary.

Shiloh MLK Food Bank

We provide a basic variety of foods and can goods for pick up. It is available to our members as well as members of our community.   Shiloh’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Food Pantry is open every Saturday except 5th Saturday and holidays.  In order to use the MLK Food Pantry you must have a referral from the Public Assistance Office and then call us and register before coming on Saturdays.

Shiloh Community Housing, Inc’s goal is to help the community build assets such as quality affordable housing, good jobs, strong businesses, and educational programs. The long-term goal of SCHI is to ensure that all Alaskans have access to decent, affordable housing in safe and quality neighborhoods, so they can live healthy and productive lives as informed community residents.

Shiloh Community Development, Inc. local non-profit organization that empowers youth, minorities and the disadvantaged to improve lives. The organization’s goal is to enhance the quality of life of those less fortunate by providing transitional assistance, economical/educational opportunities, job search support, health education /prevention/wellness programs and youth mentoring. The major emphasis of SCDI is to develop and promote programs that advance minorities and youth in Health, Education and Economic Development.

MLK Memorial

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living Memorial of the Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation of Alaska is an outgrowth of the desire of the Living Memorial Committee of Anchorage, Alaska.

Established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King, The King Center is the official, living memorial dedicated to the advancement of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., leader of America’s greatest nonviolent movement for justice, equality and peace.

For more than 100 years, American Baptist home missionaries in Alaska have encouraged life in Christ through ministries of witness, renewal and justice. Today, mission in Alaska is organized and energized by members of local American Baptist churches, just as it is in other parts of the U.S. Currently, 14 American Baptist congregations, located throughout the state, reach out as ambassadors for Christ to Alaska’s multicultural population.

American Baptist Churches are healthy missional churches that nurture devoted disciples of Jesus Christ who live their lives in mission and ministry for the healing of the world through the love of God.

Founded in 1886, the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. (Convention) is the nation’s oldest and largest African American religious convention with an estimated membership of 7.5 million. The National President, Reverend Dr. William J. Shaw, has led the organization since 1999.