times & info

 

Worship Services

Come join us on Sunday mornings as we worship God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  

Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church offers 2 styles of worship on Sunday mornings:

  • Traditional Worship at 8:45am led by a choir and instrumentalists.

  • Contemporary Worship at 11:00am led by a band in a more casual atmosphere.

  • Spanish Worship at 11:00am on the third floor. 

In both services each Sunday morning our Pastor, Dr. Craig Christina, brings a relevant message from the Bible.

 

Connection Groups

Our small group Bible studies we call Connection Groups are the best way to get involved with others at Shiloh Terrace. We offer groups for preschoolers & children, youth & college, and adults. At any age, our people focus on building community as we learn and apply God's Word together.

Our children meet together in Connection Groups at 9:45am.  A worship experience designed just for them is offered at 11:00am.

Our middle school and high school students meet together at 9:45am in Connection Groups on the 3rd floor

 

Visit the information booth when you arrive and someone will be happy to help you find the Connection Group that's right for you.

 

 

map / directions

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Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church is located at the corner of Oates Drive and La Prada Drive in east Dallas. It is easily accessible from LBJ, I-30, and Highway 80.

 

Driving Directions

 

From LBJ (I-635)
Exit Oates Drive (exit #9)
Turn West on Oates Drive
Proceed 2.2 miles on Oates Drive
The church is on the right at Oates Drive & La Prada Drive

 

From I-30
Exit Big Town Boulevard
Turn North on Big Town Boulevard (Big Town Boulevard becomes La Prada Drive)
Proceed 1.3 miles on Big Town/La Prada
The church is on the right at Oates Drive & La Prada Drive

 

From Highway 80
Exit Big Town Boulevard
Turn North on Big Town Boulevard (Big Town Boulevard becomes La Prada Drive)
Proceed 1.7 miles on Big Town/La Prada
The church is on the right at Oates Drive & La Prada Drive

 

what to expect

Thanks for visiting!

At Shiloh Terrace, we are passionate about connecting people to Christ and each other. A great way to get connected is to visit us on a Sunday morning. Feel free to watch a brief message from our Pastor, Dr. Craig Christina, and to visit our church. We know you will be welcomed and encouraged.

A Welcome from Our Pastor from Shiloh Terrace on Vimeo

 

 

for your family

 

Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church is a family...

 

...made up of people who are young and not-so-young, single and married, parents and grandparents, working and retired.

We’ve got people from all walks of life and from different parts of the world but we’re all united together in the family God through Jesus Christ and for His mission. Here’s some information for you and your family that should help you on your first visit.

If you have children:

At our main entrance, someone will greet you and direct you to our information center in the foyer. From there, one of our volunteers will guide you down a hallway toward our Children’s Ministry area where you will find another information booth.

There, you will be able to register your child (infant through pre-school, assistance will be available) in Noah’s Nursery. If your child is in elementary school (kindergarten through 6th grade), someone will be happy to guide your child to a Connection Group (at 9:45am) or Crew Kid’s Church (11:00am). They will have a great time learning about Jesus and interacting with other children.

If you have students:

At our main entrance, someone will greet you and direct you to our information center in the foyer. Students at Shiloh Terrace (7th grade through college) gather every Sunday morning on the 3rd floor of our campus for Connection Groups at 9:45am. You will find most of them hanging out in our main area before heading to their grade-level discussion times. Your student will be welcomed and encouraged.

 

 

what we believe

 

  • There is one God Who reveals Himself in three Persons: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; Who subsist in unity and also as three separate and distinct Persons.

  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He was born of the Holy Spirit and the virgin Mary as both fully God and fully man. He lived a sinless life, He died to atone for the sins of human beings, He was buried, He was raised from the dead, He ascended into heaven where He sits at the Father's right hand, and He will return to earth.

  • The Holy Spirit is the divine Helper, Assistant, Counselor and Instructor and His work is to reveal Christ, convict of sin, lead to repentance, guide, comfort, strengthen, and sanctify the believer.

  • The Bible is God's inspired and holy word, without error, and is the sole authority for the Christian's life and doctrine.

  • Human beings are the special creations of God made in His image. They fell through the sin of the first man, Adam, who brought sin into the human race. As a result, all human beings are sinners in need of salvation.

  • Salvation is the gracious gift of God through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ as Lord. In a broad sense, salvation includes regeneration (new birth), sanctification (growth in holiness), and glorification (the eternal and abiding state of the redeemed). Every person who is saved is eternally secure in the Lord Jesus Christ and will spend eternity in heaven with God, while those who reject Jesus as Lord and die in their sins will spend eternity in hell separated from God.

  • Baptism is by immersion after salvation and is done in obedience to Jesus Christ's command.

  • Each believer has direct access to God through the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

If you are interested in learning more about God and having a relationship with Him, we invite you to explore our How to know God page or click HERE for more information on how to become a Christian.

 

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