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!
Sermon Summary | October 7, 2018
“JESUS, I’LL NEVER FORGET” ( Psalm 45:1-6, 17 ) by OUR PASTOR STEPHEN KING:
Psalm 45 is a description of the King. We are not told which king is being described. Tradition has it that it is Solomon who is in view. But as we read through this Psalm, we are going to see things said that go far beyond Solomon. The ultimate king in this Psalm is King Jesus.

These words seem at first glance to be in contrast to the description of Isaiah, which state: “He has no stately form or majesty that we should look upon Him, nor appearance that we should be attracted to Him” (Isaiah 53:2). But that is a description of the Crucified Christ, the Messiah who hung upon a cross whose appearance was marred more than any man (Isaiah 52:14).

The one thing for which Jesus was known even among His enemies was the power and authority with which He spoke. When Jesus was teaching openly in the Temple, those in authority sent forth soldiers to arrest Him. They came back empty-handed.

The officers therefore came to the chief priests and Pharisees, and they said to them, "Why did you not bring Him?" The officers answered, "Never did a man speak the way this man speaks" (John 7:45-46).

Do you recall the time when Jesus spoke to you to, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light” (Matt. 11:28-30)? There was something powerful and life-changing in His words. I’ll never forget that day when He saved me.—Notes by USK
Giving Back To God!
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 t he 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!
Be A Part of Our Family Reunion Services
October 2018 Calendar is available here .
Wednesday, October 10
Sister2Sister Alliance
6:00 - 8:00PM
Sunday, October 14
Sunday School
9:15AM
Sunday, October 14
Family Worship, 10:30AM
Elder Calvin King
Sunday, October 14
Second Sunday Celebrations
after worship
Sunday, October 14
Financial Literacy Workshop, 1:30PM
RSVP here .
Sunday, October 14
Servant's Prayer Hour 6:30PM
Community Connection: Impact, Inspire, Love
World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day! If you are struggling with mental health issues (bipolar, depression, mood disorder, anxiety, ptsd, etc), talk to your partner & loved ones and keep the lines of communication open. Stay in contact with mental health supports and community resources. Take care of yourself emotionally, holistically, and physically. 
Getting Informed for Tuesday, November 6th

Thank you so much to all who participated in the Townhall Meeting at Memorial Tabernacle Church Sunday, October 7th. 

Sister Tonya provided a great reference -  https://ballotpedia.org  as you make decisions on how you will vote Tuesday, November 6th.  Also, she communicated that every Tuesday until the election she will be participating in a conversation on civic engagement with Jennifer Johns.  You may see the first taping of this discussion  here  on Facebook Live. They will be talking every Tuesday at 8 pm. The homework assignment for next week is: (1) Who is your city council member? and (2) Who is your school board representative? "Follow" the video to stay connected. 

Also Oaklanders, here is an opportunity for you. Join the City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission | Application deadline is Oct. 19, 2018. Apply for a seat on the City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission. 1 Commission-appointed seat opens in January 2019. The application deadline is Friday, October 19, 2018. Download the application at http://www2.oaklandnet.com/w/OAK071431
YG G  Represented at the 2018 Northern California  Green The Ch urch  Summit
Monday, October 8th, Mrs.  Tiffany E. Grant King , Ms. Marilyn Alvarez, Miss Nuvia Alvarez, and Mr. Arthur Martin and the YGG (Youth Going Green) Ministry at Memorial Tabernacle Church represented and presented innovative and creative ideas and solutions for saving our planet and environment at the 2018 Northern California Green the Church Summit at Glad Tidings COGIC in Hayward, CA.

We are particularly proud of our youth leader, Miss Nuvia Alvarez, who gave a thoughtful presentation that did not only inspired young people to get involved in environmental protection of our earth, but adults were amazed too! Summit attendees were enthralled at her maturity, her genuine knowledge of greening the planet, her sensitivity, involvement, and care for and about waste, compose, and recycling. Thank you, Miss Nuvia, and the entire YGG Team for a job well done at today’s summit. ~ Pastor King  #GTC18

Videos and photos will be posted on the YGG website yggrecycling.weebly.com in the next week.
Save the Date! Youth Going Green Meetup
Sunday, October 21st at 3:00PM

YGG is inviting you to learn about air pollution, what we can all do to improve its quality, and connect to see where we stand. The air we breathe is necessary! Let's understand it and respect it better! Bring your cash redeemable recyclables. Be sure to wear your YGG shirt! If you need one, you may purchase one at the meeting. Let us know that you are coming by RSVPing on the website . Questions: Email ygg@memorialtabernacle.org .
Subteam Registration for Easter LOVE Experience 2019
The response to Easter LOVE Experience 2018 exceeded our wilde st dreams. Over 1,000 neighbors attended, more than 40 vendors/community organizations shared, and we shared a little love in our community!

Be a part of the Easter LOVE Experience 2019 Team! Think of the Team you would like to be a part of to help ELE 2019 be most successful: Registration, Vendor Area (selling items), Resource Area, Security, Volunteers, Food, Marketing, Fundraising, Logistics, Programming, Easter Egg Hunt, and Entertainment. Let us know what subteam(s) you would like to be a part of:  https://ele2019-subteam-registration.eventbrite.com.

Save-the-Date for Saturday, April 13, 2019, and we are returning to the host location - Bushrod Recreation Center on 59th Street. For questions, please email  EasterLoveExperience@gmail.com 
Mental Wellness: Empowering Churches
Many churches are doing what they must to become informed, connected, and prepared for helping members and the community overcome, manage, and develop their mental health! Here are a list of days and events in which churches can use to bring about awareness and education to remove the stigma and provide resources to those who need them!

Our Church Mission
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.