Welcome!
 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.

We pray you will choose to attend one of the reunion services to receive 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!
Celebrating Community
"Community is extremely important to me as no one, NO ONE exists alone. If you are around this evening, join me and the MTC Family at our First Friday Family Fun Nigh t Friday, June 1, 2018, 6:00PM - 9:00PM in the Memorial Tabernacle Church Fellowship Hall (5801 Racine Street, Corner of 58th & Telegraph Ave, North Oakland).

There will be games, music, refreshments, several craft activities (leis for graduates and gifts for dad), and most importantly conversation and laughter!
  • Bring a dish and games to share.
  • Bring your bag of candy to make your lei. 
  • Support Youth Going Green by bringing your cash redemptive recyclables too!

If you do come, I ask that you bring a special gift - a pack of black socks in support of those who are homeless, displaced, and transient. There are 3 organizations we support at Memorial Tabernacle who are meeting the needs of our neighbors - Manna From Heaven, OUSD's McKinney Vento Program, and a new partner CSU's Pioneers of H.O.P.E. If you want to make a financial contribute to support our work with these programs, do so at  http://mtchurch.org/contributions.shtml  and select 'Outreach & Evangelism'.

I know it is a late request, but you just may be able to come! Thank you in advance!"
  💚  Mrs. Tiffany
Daily Devotion
Put God FIRST in ALL things! (Matthew 6:33)
Sermon Summary | May 27, 2018
“REVIVAL: TIME OF REFRESHING” ( Acts 3:1, 19-20; Romans 8:32-39 )
By Pastor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr.

Revival is almost an unused term in the church today. When I think of revival I am specifically speaking about those seasons or “time of refreshing” and renewal the Holy Spirit brings to the life His church and transformation in our communities. It is that “vigorous season of preaching, conviction of sin, prayer, joy, worship, and evangelistic activity.” We don’t have very many revivals today; we have events.

Historically, when we look at the revivals of the past they brought positive change in society and the church. However, much of what we call revivals today are events where we come to hear well-known speakers, professional singers, and have a worship experience that makes us feel good. However, if we clearly understand the revival that took place in Acts, it transformed an entire community of people.

Have we lost the spirit of the early church revivals? Revivals bring up those times when we went to church every night for two, three, or even a month. People “tarried” around the altar all night long. Prayer lines where the evangelist anointed you and rocked you from side-to-side to give you a little emotional motivation. Some slapped you in the head so hard until you fell out from fear he or she might hit you again.

Revivals bring back memories of a time when some unknown preacher would come stay in our home for weeks, eat up our food, and sleep in my bed. These men (and a few women) were revered and given honor like none other. Offerings were then raised by the local church and given to the speaker. This was before speakers were allowed to raise their own honorariums, which often led to unhappy deacons afterwards.
I must confess that these were indeed special times in the life our church. Many of the early evangelists truly cared about the church and people they were called to serve. Lives were changed and transformed. They knew how to “work the altar.” They labored and prayed for everyone that stood in the prayer line. Sometimes praying for people in the prayer line took longer than the sermon. There was an anointing that flowed that moved people to “go tell” what Jesus had done. What’s the difference? It seems to be all about performance. People come to church now to hear the speaker and not the One who speaks. —USK
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.
A Culture of Prayer, Celebration, & Study
Christian Education:
Sunday School
Sundays at 9:15AM
Conversational Bible Study with the Pastor
Tuesdays at 7:00PM
Bible Study
Christian Education:
Sunday School
4th Sunday, May 27 at 9:15AM
Preparing for the Harvest
Jesus said in Luke 6:38, “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

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