Welcome to the Family!
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.

Our mission statement reads:
The Memorial Tabernacle Church has come together by the Holy Spirit for the specific purpose of preaching and teaching the word of God, (the Bible), and about Jesus Christ, God's son, and to proclaim the gospel of the Kingdom of God to the North Oakland Community and its environs; to bring healing to the brokenhearted and deliverance to the oppressed; to be a center of genuine concern for those in need, a sanctuary of community worship that is neither shallow nor restrained, a spiritual home where members find an expression of precious love for one another and a haven for the unsaved.
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! We look forward to doing awesome things together to increase the kingdom of God. #GodFirst #58thStAndTelegraphAve #FromGenerationToGeneration
Sermon Summary | February 3, 2019
“FAITH THAT SAVES” ( Hebrews 11:30-35; Joshua 2:1-6 )
Speaker: Pastor Ulysses Stephen King, Jr.

The Bible cannot be read without coming across stories of many godly, and a few ungodly women circumstantially placed in historical positions. It is not news that God used some of these women to accomplish His determined purposes as judges, spies, warriors, prophetess, leaders, musicians and philanthropists. Through some of them we can learn the lessons of life knowing what to do and not to do at any given occasion.

They can be found in both testaments. Today let me introduce to you Rahab, a real woman so intriguing that lived about 1450 years before Christ. She is a Canaanite, a Gentile, a sinner, and lived as a prostitute with many negatives that can shut any person out of a civil society. What an unlikely candidate—by all worldly standards—to be mentioned in the annals of the Holy Scriptures.

Rahab was a real, common person, showing real courage, and becoming an uncommon pillar of faith. She lived in the city of Jericho in the land of Canaan. Historically, the Canaanites were idolaters that practice religious child sacrifices to appease their gods. The nation was filled with serious sexual perversion where sodomy and other vices were commonplace. They had temples built to their gods and goddesses with male and female prostitutes.

Rahab lived in such a place and time. She never led an army nor went into battle at any given time, but she is the heroine of the story. She was instrumental in helping the Israelites win the battle against the Amorites of Jericho. She had no merits to recommend her, but she was destined by God to appear at the right time of history. She was an outstanding woman of exemplary courage and faith.

However in the eleventh chapter of Hebrews we noticed the absence of the name of Joshua, the hero and commander of the army of Israel. Why did the author omit his name and mentioned the name of Rahab? That is reason enough why this story is worthy to be told. It was written so that we might know the battle was won by faith, and not by the might of a man. The Holy Spirit was showing the important contribution of women to the ministry. Rahab is a perfect example of the riches of the grace of God. Her story shines out as a beacon of hope for the hopeless and strength in the midst of weakness. “For God chooses the weak things, despised, foolish to bring to nothing the wisdom of this world” (1 Corinthian 1:26-31). —Notes by USK
Thank You for Supporting the Community Food Giveaway!
Last Saturday, we had prepared to feed and be a blessing to those in our community who were hungry! And that is what we did! The blessings continued to flow over to Sunday where church members were able to get food for themselves or those they knew could not make it to the church. But the blessings continued! Fresh produce and can goods remained to be a blessing to Auntie Frances' Self Help Hunger Program Tuesday! God will always give us just what is needed to do what He has purposed for a thing! Obedience is key, and we continue to ask God to use us greater for His purpose. Just continue to TRUST HIM!

Special thank you to Brother Max & Phat Beets Prod uce and Emeryville Citizens Assistance Program - ECAP!

If you would like to be a blessing to the ministry and all of its love-reach engagements, please do so today. Visit http://mtchurch.org/contributions.shtml and select contribution type "Outreach & Evangelism". We thank you in advance!
Congratulations!
Congratulations to our very own California Democratic Delegate, Sis  Tonya Love ! Here she is explaining her position, its impact, and our involvement. Our prayer for her is "May His grace continue to shine upon you, His angels continue to protect you, and your every need be met! You are victorious in every thing as you walk in your destiny! Amen!"
Be A Part of Our Family Reunion Services
The online calendar is available here .
Sunday, February 10 | Second Sunday
  • Reaching to Teach: Sunday School, 9:15AM. Christian Education for all! Reaching to Teach! Teaching to Change! Join the class every Sunday except 3rd Sunday at 9:15AM! Bibles are available for those who do not have one! All are welcome!
  • Morning Worship Service, 10:30AM. Elder Calvin King will minister the Word of God!
  • Second Sunday Celebration, After worship
  • Servant's Prayer Hour, 6:30PM
Save-the-Date!
We are so excited for this partnership again with Oakland Parks & Rec and this event which promotes one thing... LOVE ! Thanks to Director George and his excitement! EasterLoveExperience planning is underway!  Communicate your interest to get involved and engage by emailing EasterLoveExperience@gmail.com . Thank you!
Giving Is Not A Seasonal Act!
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.”

Through your financial gifts, we are able to continue to do the mission of MTC. Continue to celebrate with us as we Matthew 28:19 and support with your financial gifts and offerings. The ministry is also in need of finances to prepare the church buildings for the winter and rain. More details to be provided on the need, but feel free to g ive 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!