Shiloh Church of Christ

                   Omega township, Marion Co., IL



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   We are looking for photos of people and/or places from around Kinmundy & Alma.  Can you help?

Or maybe you have stories or memories from the "Good Old Days"?  What do YOU remember?

        The Kinmundy Historical Society would be honored to preserve your memories and stories.  We also have the

equipment to scan (or copy) your photos so that they may be enjoyed now as well as for generations yet to come!

        We would love to hear from you!  For more information, please contact: 


   Dolores (Ford) Mobley –

                       208 Joan Dr.; Divernon, IL  62530; (217) 625-7527



            Gladys (Corrie) See –

                                         408 S. Washington St.; Kinmundy, IL 62854; (618) 547-7731



Shiloh Church of Christ was located in Section 1 of Omega twp.



“The Kinmundy Express” – July 10, 1947: Revival Meeting: "A gospel meeting begins July 14th at the Shiloah Church of Christ about 14 miles southeast of Kinmundy.  Come and hear the gospel, by Wm. Reed of Olney.  Don't forget the date - Monday night, July 14 to July 27.   Services begin 8 p.m. weeknights.  Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.  Everybody welcome."


“The Kinmundy Express” – July 28, 1949: Meeting Begins August 1: "A Gospel meeting will begin at the Shiloh Church of Christ, 1 mile east and 1 1/4 mile north of the Brown Church; or about 12 miles southeast of Kinmundy on Monday night, Aug. 1 through 14.  Services each evening at 8 o'clock.  Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.   Everyone cordially invited to attend.  William Reed, of Olney, will do the preaching.  Everybody welcome."


“The Kinmundy Express” –  Feb. 21, 1952: "The new building for the Shiloh Church of Christ, is now near enough completed to be used for services.   this new building is located 8 miles east of Kinmundy on the Louisville Road.  Lyle Berry, of Olney, is the minister, holding services the first Sunday of each month."


“The Kinmundy Express” – Aug. 26, 1954: Gospel Meeting at Shiloah: "A Gospel meeting is now in progress at the Shiloh Church of Christ, 8 miles east of Kinmundy, on the Louisville Road.  Everyone is welcome."


“The Kinmundy Express” – Aug. 4, 1977: "Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tate and Ronalyn were among those from Brown Church attending Revival services on Saturday night at Shiloh Church"




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