About Shiloh Worship Center of Garland
Who We Are

You are welcome to join our non-denominational Christian community at any time. We believe in creating a faith community that’s as rooted in the gospels as it is in one another. Join us next Sunday and see how our community comes together to praise.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to fulfill the mandate given to the church by our Lord Jesus Christ as it is written in the book of Matthew 5:16 and 25:35 -40.

What We Believe

Articles of Faith

  1. Salvation Includes: Sanctification, being born again and protection
    A. Sanctification: Romans 15:16, Philippians 2:12
    B. Born again: Romans 7:9, John 3:3, Romans 10:9-0
    C. Protection: John 11:9-10
  2. Baptism of The Holy Spirit: Acts 2:4,38-39, Acts 10:44-46
  3. Healing: Deuteronomy 28, Galatians 3:13, I Peter 2:24, Isaiah 53:5, James 5:14-16
  4. Catching away of Believer:(rapture of the church) John 14:2-3, I Thessalonians 4:16-17
  5. Praise to and Worship of God: Hebrews 2:12, 13:15, John 4:23, 9:24,Matthew 4:10, Psalms 45:11, 95:6
  6. The Bible is the Inspired Word of God: II Timothy 3:15-17, II Peter 1:19-21
  7. Giving and Receiving: Philippians 4:15, Luke 6:38, Malaciah 3:8-10, Matthew 6:1, Acts 20:35, I Corinthians 16:2
  8. Operation of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: I Corinthians 12:7-12 & 28, 14:1-40
  9. Water Baptism by Immersion: Matthew 28:19, Mark 1:9, 16:16, John 3:22-23, Acts 10:47-48
  10. God in Three Persons:( God the Father, The Son and Holy Spirit ) Matthew 18:19, II Corinthians 13:14, II Peter 1:2
  11. Heaven and Hell: Heaven- John 14:1-3, I Corinthians 15:51-55, Revelation 22:1-5, Hell- Matthew 25:41-46, Mark 3:29, Revelation 21:8
  12. Marriage between a Man and a Woman: Genesis 2:21-24, Matthew 19:4-6, I Corinthians 7:1-3, Romans 1:26-32

Church History

In the early months of 1960, a congregation began meeting in the home of John J. and Geraldine Nedbalek. This congregation was growing and in August, 1960 the church on the corner of Shady Lane and Resistol Drive was purchased. Reverend Nedbalek chose the name of Faith Tabernacle Full Gospel Church. This name was chosen due to the memories of the church where “Bro. Ned” (as he was called by most people) was first saved and he had attended in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and also that this was a step of “faith” with the Lord’s leading.

Reverend & Mrs. Nedbalek were faithful to God’s calling and always had a heart for their people.

At the time deemed necessary, Reverend Nedbalek was directed of God to ask his son-in-law, Rev. Harliss Turner, married to Gloria, the youngest daughter of Reverend Nedbalek, to continue this work and become the pastors of the church. Failing health problems had been hindering Bro. Ned and on June 26, 1999 he passed from this life.

Reverend Nedbalek and Reverend Turner had a vision to serve God and to be a greater witness to the community. The location of Faith Tabernacle was in a residential area and there was no way to enlarge the church. Remembering a dream and vision of Reverend Nedbalek, Reverend Turner was led to a 3+ acre plot of land in which to relocate the church. The Lord was definitely in this transaction and in 2003 the property was purchased and the church was blessed to pay cash for the property. In March, 2004 construction began.

Faith Tabernacle was a 5,000 square foot facility and the current building is over 16,000 square feet. The building has a beautiful sanctuary, a nice fellowship hall with kitchen, classrooms and offices. This building was completed on March 12, 2008.

Since the church was changing locations, Reverend Turner thought it would be good to also update the name of the church to “Shiloh Worship Center”. Ever since construction began the name of Shiloh Worship Center was birthed in our hearts. Not only because of the street name, but also in the Bible, reference is made to Shiloh in the book of Joshua.

Pastor Harliss Turner was faithful and dedicated to his calling and the congregation that had been entrusted to him. However, as building is a rather stressful experience, Reverend Turner’s health began to have multiple problems and on December 13, 2010, he went on to a higher calling in Christ. Upon the death of her husband, Gloria Turner stepped in as pastor of the church and is currently carrying on the work of the Lord.

We are proud of our endeavors for the Kingdom of God and pray that many souls will be saved, healed and delivered. We encourage you to come and be a part of this body of believers. We love the Lord and would love to see you and to enjoy the presence of the Lord together.

Affiliated with Victory New Testament Fellowship International, Rev. Larry Skelton, President

Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.
Psalm 127:1 (KJV)

Our Ministry Leaders

GLORIA TURNER
GLORIA TURNERPastor
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GARY STEVENS
GARY STEVENSMinister
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PAUL HARRIS
PAUL HARRISMinister
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DEBRA MCIVER
DEBRA MCIVERMinister
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I was invited to visit Shiloh Worship by my daughter ,Sherri. She kept sharing with me about the good singing and the warm friendly people that worshiped there. One visit and I was greeted with love and could feel the moving of the Spirit. That’s been over 10 years ago. It is great being a part of a loving church family of God.
– Rita