The Mission of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church is to engage the lost. Establish members in the faith, equip members to serve and empower members to go. Teaching, preaching and living the word of God and loving each other unconditionally. Exemplifying love of and for each other, those in need and for the world through fellowship, ministry, evangelism and missions. 
History of the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Pahokee, Florida Inc.
“Upon this rock I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”  
Matthew 16:18

The Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church began on March 15, 1925, when a group of early settlers of Pahokee gathered together in Hughes Quarters to give praise in our Father’s name and Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
After several years in Hughes Quarters, the congregation built a church at 176C West Fourth Street, Pahokee.
Thirty-one years later, under the leadership of the Rev. A. L. Jordan, the present edifice was dedicated on April 28, 1956.  The official staff at that time was as follows: Deacon Enoch Morris served as Chairman of the Deacon Board, Jim Mills, E. L. Jordan, Ernest Williams, Julius (J. C.) Davis, James Joseph, W. Mosley and Ulysses Kerr served as deacons.  For 23 years Mrs. Pauline Stokes and Mrs. Emma Morris served Shiloh as Church clerk and financial secretary, respectively.
During Shiloh’s 91-year history, fifteen (15) ministers have served as pastor of the congregation.  Past pastors included Rev. Daughtry, Rev. Jones, Rev. Stevenson, Rev. Edith, Rev. Heart, Rev. Chancy, Rev. Powell, Rev. A. L. Jordan, and Asst. pastor, Rev. C. Peete, Rev. L. I. James, Rev. Isaac Green, Rev. Oscar West, Rev. Bennie McLeod, Rev. Larry White and Evangelist Theophilus Miller.  Presently, Shiloh is under the leadership of Reverend Benny L. Everett, III. He has served as pastor since 2017.

The Oldest Church in Western Palm Beach County