A HUGE THANK YOU to the 300+ guests who attended, those who spoke/ presented/ played music/ ran tech, helped set up & break down, cooked & served food, sponsored & hosted tables, gave financially, and prayed for the event. It takes a lot to make a night like this happen, and we couldn't do it without the help of our faithful friends, and of course, our God!
The Evening's Program:
Doors open @ 6:30pm, Dinner @ 7:00pm
Welcome & Intro: Jonathan Frank, Shiloh board member
Welcome to Shiloh: Virtual Tour Video
Worship: Justin & Amy Provencher, Cornerstone Christian Church
What Happens on a Retreat (video highlights from a recent youth retreat)
Youth Pastor Testimony: Daniel Suarez, Director of Salem Students, Salem Church, Staten Island
Teen Testimonies: Elijah & Luke, Salem Church Students
Importance of Volunteers (video highlighting 32 years of Shiloh volunteers)
Recognition of Shiloh Staff, Volunteers, Board, Table Sponsors
Update & Vision: Jon Frank, Founder & Director of Camp Shiloh
Message: John Oostdyk, Executive Director of Servant's Heart Ministry
Why I Give: Eugene Chrinian, Owner of Ashley Furniture Homestores of Metro NY & NJ
Call to Respond: Mona Patel, CEO of Urban Revival Project
Closing Song: Justin & Amy Provencher, Cornerstone Christian Church
Dessert & Coffee
We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all the following sponsors for covering the costs of this event. Because of their generosity, all contributions made at the event itself were able to go toward the capital campaign.
Burklow & Rotella / Ameriprise
Leckie Bus Corp
Almond Branch Church
Cornerstone Christian Church
Echo Lake Baptist Church
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
The (Jacksonville) Chapel
Board Member, Keith VonGlahn
Friend of Shiloh
Atlantic Stewardship Bank
Green Pond Bible Church
Servant's Heart Ministry
Preakness Bible Church
Procutters Hair Salon
Nicheporuk & Son
Knapp / West Milford Tire
Wayne Brotherton / 3D Dev Discipling Directors
Knowing that it is difficult to have a summer camp without a place to swim , and realizing that we are open all year long, our Board is responding to this need with the desire to build an indoor swimming facility.
We are in the beginning stages of building this indoor pool building (50'x80') enclosing a 30'x50' pool, pool deck, changing areas & showers, with a partial mezzanine to overlook the pool.
The total cost of this building will be approximately $375,000. All funds coming in from our banquet this year will go toward the continuation & completion of this building. Thank you for your support & contributions!