Tabernacle Baptist Church “Standing Fast in One Spirit, With              One Mind, For the Faith" Philippians 1.27a (NIV)

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Reverend Dr. Christopher M. Hamlin, Pastor

Our Pastor

The Rev. Dr. Christopher M. Hamlin serves as Pastor of the 128-year old Tabernacle Baptist Church and the Director of the HIV/AIDS African American Faith Based Initiative at the 1917 Clinic at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  He served as Facilitator for Project Corporate Leadership, a leadership program designed for middle managers of businesses and corporations sponsored by the Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce, for six years.  From 1990 to September 2000, Dr. Hamlin served as Senior Pastor of the historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church of Birmingham.


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Welcome to Tab!!!

The people of Tabernacle Baptist Church are excited that this medium is available as a means of welcoming you to our church. As we celebrate 128 years of active ministry in the City of Birmingham, Tabernacle continues to be blessed by God’s providential care and the commitment of people whose love for Christ and ministry is genuine.

Dr. Hamlin’s Reflection for Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014













“SEIZE THE DAY”


 Initially, I fell in love with Robin Williams watching the television show, “Mork and Mindy” and later in movies, where he became a serious actor.  He never moved away from comedy, that was his gift.  One of the first movies I saw was a classic remake of a children’s favorite, Hook, the story of Peter Pan as an adult.  Robin Williams portrayed Peter Banning, who visits an older Granny Windy and rediscovers Neverland, the Lost Boys and his innocence.  The movie offered a lot of moral gems for a generation of young people who are now adults.

 As an adult, I saw Williams transform into a serious actor, especially in my all-time favorite Williams movie, Dead Poet’s Society.  He worked as an English professor (Prof. John Keating) at an all-male very conservative boarding school.  His way of teaching, his style, was radically different than other professors. They would, with great suspicion, watch his every move and eventually were successful in having him removed.



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Weekly Meetings







Thurs.  08-14  Youth Workshop              6:30 pm

 

Fri.       08-15  Youth Workshop                 6:30 pm


Sat. 08-16

             Choir Rehearsal                                       9:00 am

             Youth Concert       4:00 pm


Sun. 08-17

              Nurses/Ushers Anniversary

              Quiet Time          9:15 am                  

             Sunday School        9:25 am                                        

             Worship            10:50 am

                               

Mon. 08-18                    No Meeting                          

                                                                                                                                 

Tues. 08-19

 No Meetings


Wed. 08-20

              Teacher Prep - 5:30             NO Bible Study/Prayer Meeting

              Youth Music Workshop               6:30 pm





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