About

Our Mission & Vision

The mission of Shiloh Church is to glorify our Father, God and His Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. We long to make true disciples throughout all the nations by means of outreach and missionary support, to minister the ordinances, to enlighten believers, and to do all that is sovereignly possible and biblically acceptable to magnify the name of Jesus.

Our Leadership

Lead Pastor

Pastor Danny Harris

Pastor Danny and Diane have both been involved in ministry since they were teenagers. They traveled for many years singing and preaching the gospel.

Feeling directed of the Lord to do so, they came off the road in 1990 to begin fulltime pastoral ministry. Answering the call of God to come to Shiloh in October of 2017, Shiloh is now the fourth congregation they have had the privilege of serving as Pastors.

Pastor Danny has also served in numerous positions of leadership on the Conference level of the North Carolina Conference of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.

Along with serving as Lead pastor of Shiloh Church, he currently serves as the North Carolina Conference Men’s Ministries Director, is a member of the North Carolina Conference Discipleship Ministries Council and is also a member of The North Carolina Conference Executive Council.

Pastor Danny and Diane are both excited about what the future holds for them and their congregation at Shiloh and feel extremely honored to have this opportunity to serve them.

Associate Pastor

Pastor Jeff Smith

Pastor Jeff was born in Fayetteville, NC to a military family. He graduated from Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA. 

He served three churches before bringing his family to Shiloh in September of 2001. He serves as the Disciple Ministries Director and Youth Pastor. He is also currently the North Carolina Conference Youth Pastor and serves on the Disciple Ministries board. 

Jeff is married to his best friend, Rhonda Smith. They have two beautiful daughters, Hannah and Rachel. Jeff is a true blue UNC fan and enjoys time with his family.

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