Maurice Watson Speaking @ Wednesdays in the Word at Shiloh Tonight

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  • Oh, well.

    All good things must come to an end at some point.

    Tonight will conclude our Wednesdays in the Word 2012 series of services. W

    But I trust we will end with a bang tonight.

    Mr. Preacher, Dr. Maurice Watson – Senior-Pastor of the Beulahland Bible Church of Macon/Warner Robbins (GA) – is our guest speaker tonight.

    Maurice Watson has preached at Shiloh several times over the past threes. We were challenged and encouraged by his past visits. I expect that tonight will be no different.

    Pastor Watson is one of my favorite preachers. His life and ministry have me. My own ministry has been greatly enhanced by his mentorship.I am honored and excited to have Maurice Watson as our special guest tonight.

    The service starts at 7 PM. Dinner will be available at 5:30. The pastors of Shiloh will be in the main auditorium for personal prayer at 6:30.

    If you live in the Jacksonville area – and you do not have a church home or your church does not have a meeting scheduled tonight – please join us for worship.

    You can also watch the service live via or

    H.B. Charles Jr.

    Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida.

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