2016 HARVESTS

 2016 HARVESTS & OTHER CELEBRATIONS

  1. Patronal Festival thanksgiving                                 July 25 – 31, 2016
  2. Children Harvest                                                        September 18, 6
  3. Professional Harvest                                                  October 23, 2016
  4. Diocesan Harvest                                                       October 30, 2016
  5. Society/Adult Harvest                                              November 13, 2016
  6.  State-by-State Harvest                                      December 11, 2016

PATRONAL FESTIVAL WEEK 2016 |   (July 25 – 31, 2016)

Theme: New Song in My Mouth (Ps. 40:3)

Monday, 25th – Tuesday 26th July, 2016 – Crusade (5:00p.m daily)

Wednesday, 27th July, 2016 – Power Service (9:00a.m)

Thursday 28th July 2016 – Bible Quiz

Friday 29th July 2016     – Praise Night (11:00p.m till dawn)

Sunday 31st July 2016   – Thanksgiving Service (10:00a.m)

 

                                       EMANCIPATION FESTIVAL 2016

                                                (September 18 -21, 2016)

                   Theme: “Who is This Uncircumcised Philistine?” (I Samuel 17:26)

Sunday 18th September 2016 – Mattins

Monday 19th –Tuesday 20th September 2016 @ 5.00pm daily (Free Medical Service – 3.00 – 5.00p.m)

Wednesday 21st September 2016 – Closing Ceremony (Power Service)

 

PRAISE SERVICE

Welcome to Shiloh’ holds every second Sunday of the month between 5:00 – 6:30p.m. This programme affords members the opportunity of expressing themselves in worship and adoration of God to bring about  miracles, healing, deliverance, salvation, signs and wonders. The

Programme is meant for both Adults and Youths of the Church. It holds at the Otunba Oduntan Hall, hosted by the Youth wing of the Cathedral.

*   Other Programmes may feature as the Holy Spirit leads

  * Diocesan Programmes also takes precedence over other Parishes & Cathedral programmes

  1. BIBLE STUDY ON MONDAY AT 5.00P.M

The first quarter of 2015 (Jan-April) will be occupied by the Foundation School programme of the Cathedral. Classes will be divided into both English & Yoruba classes for better communication. Normal Bible Study will start after the first set of foundation school ends.

Subsequent sets of Foundation school will have their lectures at the same time with bible studies.