About Us

History

In June, 1985, the Reverend Jonathon C. Carter was called to provide the spiritual guidance and leadership to the Siloam Family. Siloam Baptist Church began to move towards its dream of becoming a nondenominational Church in 1997. Stepping out in faith and building upon the following eleven principles, Pastor Jonathon Carter, led by the Holy Spirit, changed the ministry’s name to Siloam Church International:

  • Seeking the Lost (Witnessing)
  • Investing in Leaders (Word)
  • Lifting the Lord (Worship)
  • Optimizing the Laity (Word)
  • Advancing by Learning (Word)
  • Ministering through Love (Witnessing)

These six characteristics led the Siloam Church International to be the church our Lord called it be, to lead his people to Him through the word witnessing and worship! Each one of these principles builds upon the other, allowing them to work together to engender a supernatural church.

The Siloam Church International is realizing its destiny, forbidding both prejudice and fears to get in the way. The Siloam Church International will be a powerful force for His Kingdom. It is a vehicle to lead the people of God through discipleship, evangelism, missions, spiritual growth, with programs based on Biblical foundations.

Siloam Church International has experienced significant growth, and continues to grow and welcome more and more families to its family. In 1997, a building expansion program began, which has more than doubled the existing space. This building process has enabled Siloam Church International to reach out and meet the needs of a growing body of believers. The new church sits on 20 plus-acres in south Fulton County. The Siloam Church International is a multiracial, nondenominational church.

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