Siloam Missionary Homes is a ministry that was incorporated in February 1992 to minister to the housing needs of missionaries. The mission’s goal is to provide a comfortable, tastefully decorated, completely furnished home for weary, tired and yes, at times, sick missionaries. Siloam wants to meet the need for missionaries to find refuge and rest, a place to be together as a family, and to be refreshed, renewed and ready for their return to serve the Lord in the region He called them to. SMH is governed by a board of directors whose desire is to meet this goal.
Siloam Missionary Homes is located in Snow Camp, in a gated village on 33 acres in the heart of North Carolina, between Chapel Hill and Greensboro.
There are 14 homes on the property. Twelve of these homes are for missionaries, two are staff homes. Each of the homes is tastefully decorated. They range from a 576 sq. ft. efficiency apartment to 3,000-sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 3 bath homes. The houses are completely furnished with appliances, washer and dryer, dishes, pots and pans, linens, towels, TV and DVD. All of the utilities and phones are turned on and ready for the missionary family to move in.