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.

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!
The Harvest is Plentiful...
A great team of members have been tending to the community garden at Memorial Tabernacle Church.

We have removed the weeds.
We have nurtured the soil.
We have planted the se ed.
We have watered the seed.
We have aimed to keep our garden free of anything to prevent it from being fruitful.
But only God gives the increase!

Now, God has saw fit to bless us with an abundance of of plums, boy choy, and collard greens. 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.” We know God will exceed our expectations with financial blessings to meet the needs around the church that has stood on the corner of 58th Street & Telegraph Avenue for the past 94 years. Sow a seed into the ministry of Memorial Tabernacle Church.

Give securely at  www.memoriatabernacle.org , select the Giving tab, and give as your heart desires. May the Lord multiply your gift and thank you for blessing our ministry.   Give Today!
A Culture of Celebration, Study, & Prayer
Christian Education:
Sunday School
Sundays (except 3rd) at 9:15AM
Conversational Bible Study with the Pastor
Tuesdays at 7:00PM
Intercessory
Prayer Hour
Thursdays at 6:00AM
Sermon Summary: June 24, 2018
“DO NOT LOSE HEART” ( Luke 18:1-8 )

We are told that the judge feared neither God nor the powers of others. Perhaps this made him a good judge—judging impartially and without feeling. Jesus says he was unrighteous, which is not a comment about his abilities as a jurist. Jesus means that he had or exhibited no ability to show righteous indignation or delight.

The widow wanted no part of this. She wanted partiality to her side. “Vindicate me against my adversary!” she cried. In the end the widow provoked the judge to feeling, to passion, to partiality, for she bothered him. She got on his last nerve! He was moved to choose sides, and acquired something of what is called, “a heart.”

Does God take sides? Jesus himself asks, “Will not God vindicate his elect, who cry to him day and night? Will he delay long over them? I tell you He will vindicate them speedily.” If we believe, as we have good reason to, that God’s justice is preferentially directed to the poor, then they are numbered among his elect, among those who will be vindicated. This little lesson suggests that God is at least as passionate as the pestered judge. So keep praying and do not lose heart.

We lose heart when we believe that no one cares for us, that no one is on our side taking our needs to heart or loving us for who we are and what we have experienced. We lose heart when we feel like we are alone. We lose heart when we fail to pray. What we expect from God, which we do not expect from the judge, is passion for us. We expect compassion.

But our vindication is nearer than we supposed. All the widow had to do was pester the judge until he felt something. All we have to do is find God in Jesus Christ by our side—no stranger now—but someone who feels for us, and is with us. We “ought always to pray” so that the judge, as well, obtains a heart—a heart of compassion for all of us, together and separately. —USK
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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.