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In the Fall of 1961,  Bishop James A. Waiters and Mother Ethel Waiters founded Shiloh Temple Church in their living room at 4704 Norman Street in the Golden Acres section of Columbia, SC .

They worked fervently in the vineyard telling of about the goodness of the Lord. Mother Waiters was known for gathering children and teaching them to sing. 

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They returned to Atlantic City in 1964. 

In September 1966, Bishop and Mother Waiters founded the Shiloh Temple Church in at 121 Melrose Avenue, in the inlet of Atlantic City.  

Mother Waiters was a diligent missionary - going from house to house, witnessing to win souls. 
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 To assist in with expenses of the church, Mother rented and sold clothing before and after working on her full-time job.

In 1968, Shiloh Temple moved into 505 Madison Avenue (Baltic Avenue). Mother Waiters worked tirelessly going into the hedges and highways compelling men, women, and especially children to come to Jesus.