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. 2, 2015.

Weekly Calendar









 

 “A (person) that hath friends must shew (themselves) friendly: and there is a

 Friend  that sticketh closer than a brother (or sister).” – Proverbs 18.24 (KJV)



 I treasure friendships and important relationships.  A couple weeks ago, thanks to Facebook, I reconnected with a high school friend.  We have not seen each other since graduating from high school.  I played trombone, first chair and he played trombone, second chair.  From the eight through the twelfth grades, we sat and marched next to each other in our high school bands – marching, concert, jazz, and honors.  Although I occasionally thought of him, I did not inquire about him with other friends and he was not present at our last high school reunion a couple years ago.  So, when I saw him responding to a Facebook posting made by my brother, I quickly chimed in and befriended him.  We have enjoyed several conversations with each other since that initial posting.

 The month of July prompted a lot of thoughts running through my mind.  When you are confined to home for a lengthy period of time, you spend a lot of time alone with your thoughts.  During the month of July, I pulled out photo albums and pictures I have collected and stored on jump drives and in various computer files.


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Weekly Meetings


Weekly Meetings

Thurs.  07-09

 Bible Study                                       12 noon                 

              

 

Fri.       07-10

              No Activities

                

Sat.       07-11

              Choir Rehearsal

               Youth Choir                                    9:00 am

                


Sun.      07-12

            Fellowship                 9:00 am

          Quiet Time                   9:15 am  

               Sunday School                   9:25 am                                   

               Matron’s Day


Mon. 07-13

               Deacon’s & Trustees’ Meeting     6:00 pm


Tues. 07-14

 No Activities


Wed. 07-15

               Work-Out Wed.

               Meals-on-Wheels

               Teacher Prep – 5:30

               Bible Study – 6:15