Pastor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr., Mrs. Tiffany, and the Memorial Tabernacle Family welcome you to the family.  We invite you to become a member of a family of believers God is using to "reach to teach, teach to change" one person and one block at a time.

Choose to be a part. We pray you will choose to attend one of the reunion services to rece ive the love God has given us to give to you specifically! We are waiting on you! Let us know more about you by connecting with us on our online form or by stopping by 58th Street and Telegraph Avenue! See you soon!
Your Invitation to the Family Reunion!
Sunday, July 15 at 10:30AM; Speaker: Elder Mrs. Jeanette Wortz
Sermon Summary | July 8, 2018
“HELP ME! I CAN’T GET UP!” ( Luke 5:17-26 )

Let’s look at this story. A man was brought to Jesus by the faith of his friends. Luke says that the power of God was present to heal them. In this story, there is the paralytic, and there are his four friends. Although he wanted to attend the meeting, he was paralyzed and his paralysis prevented him from getting to Jesus.

Day in and day out, there he lay looking up at the ceiling, counting the cracks, the crevices, and the cobwebs. There he lay, imagining what it would be like to have strength in his limbs and healing in his body.

Today, there are people all around us who are like this man—people who are in a state of paralysis—maybe not in arms, legs, or body, but still they are paralyzed. They are paralyzed by some social situation, circumstance, or incident in their lives, some unresolved conflict, some unconfessed sin, some unpaid debt, paralyzed by their fears, paralyzed by their past, paralyzed by their looks, paralyzed by their race or color, paralyzed by low self-esteem or no self-esteem. They have the activity of their limbs but still they are paralyzed. It is not that they are necessarily lazy or crazy. It is not that they do not want to work or that they do not want to make a contribution to society. It is that circumstances have conspired to keep them out of the game of life, and they need a lift. They are in the same condition as this man and unless they get a lift, they will remain paralyzed.

And before we judge them, we should remember when we went through whatever we went through and that somebody had to lift us up because we could not lift ourselves. Now as never before we are challenged in so many ways to move persons beyond their state of paralysis so that they can get to Jesus. That is what serving God, living for Jesus, and loving people is all about. That is social activism for today and every day. We must make it our business, our number one priority to help somebody get to Jesus. There are many people who are not going to receive the message of salvation unless you lift a corner of their mat and bring them to the place where they can hear from God. —USK
Birthday Celebration for Pastor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr.
Sunday, July 22, 2018 following Morning Worship Service

"Let him who is taught the word share in all good things with him who teaches." - Galatians 6:6-10 NKJV

If you know P astor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr., you already know he is frowning at this post in the newsletter. BUT as sheep, we will honor the shepherd! We - the sheep - are taught the word, and Pastor is the one who teaches! We honor God for keeping him, covering him, directing him, protecting him, loving him, providing for him, restoring him, refreshing him, and guiding him.

While we can honor him with cards, gifts, online posts, and voicemails in advance of his birthday which is July 23, there is one thing he wants more than anything. He wants you... yes YOU ...to worship Christ along with him. Join him in worship and praise Sunday, July 22 at 10:30AM at Memorial Tabernacle Church. #PastorUSKBDay
Preparing for the Harvest
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A Culture of Celebration, Study, & Prayer
Pre-Service Prayer
Psalm 100:4 Entrance
Sundays at 10:00AM
Conversational Bible Study with the Pastor
Tuesdays at 7:00PM
Prayer Hour
Thursdays at 6:00AM
Share Your Love for MTC on Google
We have asked you to share your love on Yelp and other online platforms in the past. We were recently enlightened to learn that more people searching for what we have to offer actually use Google to learn more about places to eat, sleep, shop, and worship.

If you previously provided a review on MTC, thank you and feel free to share that same review on Google. Click here to do so. You can also just google "Memorial Tabernacle Church" and click reviews.