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 | September 2, 2018

We all enjoy those mountain top experiences, but we are not afforded the opportunity to dwell on the mountain. Most of the time, we will soon encounter the realities o f life, following a “mountain top experience.” We must learn to use the lessons learned on the mountain as we navigate the difficulties of the valley.

Peter, James, and John had experienced the glory of Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. Their experience was so wonderful that Peter desired to remain on the mountain. Jesus knew they could not stay there; He had much yet to accomplish. He had taken them there to reveal His glory, which would serve to strengthen their faith as they endured the difficulties of ministry following His death, resurrection, and ascension.
As these men made their way down the mountain, they were immediately met with difficulty. There would be no time to rest in the beauty of the moment. They were back among the every day cares of life and living, and would need to be ready to endure the difficulties it brings.

We all face difficulties in life. Often these difficulties are beyond our ability to handle. Faith in the Lord is essential to overcome and experience victory. Are you struggling in a valley of life? Does it seem as if your faith is weak? The Lord has the ability to meet our needs and increase our faith. We must trust Him to provide, even when it appears hopeless. Maybe you are like this young man who had been possessed by an evil spirit, in need of spiritual deliverance. Jesus provided the means of salvation. We must come to Him in repentance and faith. —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.”

The ministry is 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!
Special Invitation for You!
Ninety-third Church Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16

IT'S ALMOST TIME FOR THE ULTIMATE FAMILY REUNION! The family of God will gather as we celebrate and honor His for giving us 93 years of FAITHFUL WITNESS Saturday, September 15 at the Salad Festival and Sunday, September 16 at the Worship Service . Tickets for the festival and raffle here - https://mtc-salad-festival-and-raffle-2018.eventbrite.com/ .

We are standing on the promises of God as we enter our 93rd year of excellence in ministry, service, sharing, and impact. Each generation is tasked with identifying a way they can do to demonstrate the impact the church has had on their generation and to invite their generation to the celebration for continued engagement beyond. So let's do roll call:
  • GI Generation - Born 1901-1924
  • Silent Generation - Born 1925-1942
  • Baby Boomers - Born 1943-1964
  • Generation X - Born 1965-1980
  • Millennials - Born 1981-2000 (flexible dates)
  • Generation Z - Born 2001-Present
A Culture of Celebration, Study, & Prayer
September 2018 Calendar is available here .
All are welcome to learn, study, and celebrate Jesus! You do not have to walk this journey called life alone! Come as you are and leave connected to the family who loves you!

We look forward to meeting you and growing with you!
Conversation Bible Study with the Pastor
Tuesdays at 7PM

Music Ministry:
Band and Choir Rehearsal
Wednesday, 9/5, 5PM & 6:30PM
Prayer Hour
Thursdays at 6AM
Community Connection: Impact, Inspire, Love
First Friday Family Fun @ The Tabernacle
Friday, September 7 at 6:00PM

Monthly fun with the purpose of encouraging, educating, and celebrating Young People, Parents, and Families! All are invited - single people, couples, families, neighbors, co-workers, ALL!

Our fluid schedule includes:
6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Fun, Games, Food, and Lots of Energy
6:45 - 8:45 p.m. Watch " Coco ", our movie which highlights the importance and what is special about generations being connected!
8:45 - 9:00 p.m. Wrap-up and final burst of fun!

For more information, call (510) 652-4915 or email grow@memorialtabernacle.org . Sign-up to participate here .
Easter LOVE Experience 2019:
Launch & Engagement Meeting
Monday, September 10 at 6:30PM

The response to Easter LOVE Experience 2018 exceeded our wildest dreams. Over 1,000 neighbors attended, more than 40 vendors/community organizations shared, and we shared a little love in our community!

It is that time again! Let's launch and get you...the community engage in the planning of Easter LOVE Experience 2019! Saturday, April 13, 2019 is the date! Meet at the host location - Bushrod Recreation Center on 59th Street. Bring your ideas, your positive energy, and your love!

Think of the Team you would like to be a part of to help ELE 2019 be most successful:
  1. Registration  
  2. Vendor Area (selling items)  
  3. Resource Area  
  4. Security  
  5. Volunteers  
  6. Food  
  7. Marketing  
  8. Fundraising  
  9. Logistics  
  10. Programming  
  11. Easter Egg Hunt  
  12. Entertainment  

Share! Share! Share! For questions, please email EasterLoveExperience@gmail.com
CWA Sister2Sister Empowerment and Enrichment Alliance
Wednesday, September 12 at 6:00PM

Sister2Sister Empowerment and Enrichment Alliance is a program free to women and girls who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and other crippling adversities. We are also open to family and friends of survivors who need support and counseling. Support groups meet in the Deacon Solomon Wortz, Jr. Prayer Room.

For more information, email courageouswomen@gmail.com .