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, January 25, 2015.

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“Believe in life! Always human beings will live and progress to greater, broader, and fuller life.”

W.E.B. DuBois

1868-1963


 
One of the shining lights for African Americans is William Edward Burghardt DuBois.  He was passionate about being Black and discovering ways to highlight our significant contribution to the United States and the world.  He was not a fan of racism in the United States and wrote widely against it.  He was educated, being the first African Americans to receive a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University.  At the turn of the 20th Century, DuBois was described as the smartest and most intellectual Black man.

 Working with others, DuBois was instrumental as a founder of the NAACP and the Pan- Africanism Movement.  His book, The Souls of Black Folk, published in 1903.  He was a prolific reader and his thirst for knowledge was demonstrated in many published works and research projects.

 He challenged Booker T. Washington’s notion that Blacks should focus on vocational education and not higher education and political aspirations.  DuBois challenged Washington’s assertions in a very public debate.

 In 1961, DuBois joined the Communist Party and moved to Accra, Ghana, West Africa.  He died August 27, 1963 (one day before the March on Washington) and is entombed in his home in Accra that has become an institution for learning.  It is toured by thousands of visitors each year.

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Weekly Meetings


Thurs.  01-22  Bible Study      12 Noon

Fri.       01-23   No activities


Sat.    01-24    Choir Rehearsal
                         Male Choir  9:00am


Sun.    01-25   Fellowship        9:00 am

                        Quiet Time        9:15 am

                        Sunday School  9:25 am

                        Worship            10:50 am
                 

                       


Mon.    01-26   Budget Committee Quarterly Meeting               


Tues.    01-27  Friendly Circle   12noon
                         TAB School Board Mtg 6pm

Wed.    01-28  Work Out Wed.
                         Teacher Prep     5:30pm
                         Bible Study        6:15pm