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    The Official Opening of Shiloh's new Centre with the unveiling of the commemorative plaque by Rotherham Mayor Cllr Eve Rose Keenan assisted by her Consort Pat Keenan BBC Comes to Shiloh Home From Home

      Shiloh Rotherham is a Christian charity that offers warmth, practical support and pathways to a meaningful, self-reliant life for adults in need, regardless of their beliefs.

      Founded in 1992 to provide a place of rest, Shiloh is a Christian drop-in centre open three days a week as a sanctuary for the marginalised of society over 18.  The name Shiloh comes from the Bible and is a place of refuge.

      We provide compassion and dignity including facilities for washing, showering and laundry. We work with people one to one and can connect guests to other support services enabling them to make better choices for an independent life.  We believe that Jesus cared for the poor and we want to do the same.  Read more….