Shiloh’s pastor is Rev. Jonathan Tullos. Pastor Jonathan is originally from Mississippi and came to the Bluegrass State in June of 2015. Pastor Jonathan began as a certified Lay Speaker in the Mississippi Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church in 2010 and started pastoral ministry in 2012. His passions include evangelism and mobilizing all Christians in service to the world as part of the calling everyone in Christ has to minister to the world.

In addition to serving as Shiloh’s pastor, Pastor Jonathan is a former paramedic and serves as the chaplain for Powell County Emergency Medical Services. He is also active in the Powell County Lions Club and the Powell County Ministerial Association. Additionally, Pastor Jonathan serves as a baseball and football official in the KHSAA’s 14th Region.

Pastor Jonathan is currently a student at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky where he is pursuing a master’s degree in Divinity. He also graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Religion from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and also holds associate’s degrees from Meridian Community College (Broadcast Communications) and East Central Community College (Paramedicine) in Mississippi.

Pastor Jonathan has been married to his wife Jessica since 2008. Jessica is a science teacher at Powell County High School in Stanton. The Tulloses also have a daughter, Hannah, who joined the church triumphant shortly after her birth.