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Siloam to host Lifeway Women Simulcast program with best selling authors Apr. 13

Siloam Baptist Church will be hosting the Lifeway Women Simulcast with Jen Wilkin, Jada Edwards, Kelly Minter, Elizabeth Woodson, Melissa Spoelstra, Jennifer Rothschild, Caroline Saunders, and more. Over the course of one day, attendees will pursue Christ together with their favorite Bible teachers and authors while connecting with old and new friends. The event will take place on April 13, 2024.

The simulcast event begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. with multiple breaks. This event is free!!! Each attendee will be given a goodie bag at the time of registration and lunch will be provided. This will be a day of spiritual refreshment!

To find out more information about attending the Lifeway Women Simulcast, visit www.thesiloambaptist.com or contact Casey Dunaway at 334-683-6313 or email at siloambaptistchurch1822@gmail.com. Siloam Baptist Church was founded in June 1822, about the same time as the city of Marion. The principal founder was the pioneer preacher, Charles Crow. In 1838, members of Siloam founded Judson College. In 1842, Howard College, now Samford University in Birmingham, was also started in Marion by members of Siloam. It was here in 1844 that the Baptist State Convention adopted the “Alabama Resolutions” resulting in the separation of southern and northern Baptists in 1845, thus the beginning of the Southern Baptist Convention. The Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention held its organizational meeting here in 1845 around the table which still sits in the Memorial Parlor. In November 1847, Siloam purchased the land on which the present church stands. The building was dedicated and put into service in 1849 and has been in service ever since.