Tabernacle Community Church
After two years of prayerful planning and receiving support, encouragement and wise counsel from individuals and the two sending churches, Pastor Kizombo Kalumbula, Artie Lindsay and Marvin Williams planted Tabernacle Community Church in September 2002. With a focus upon sharing the gospel with people outside the four walls of the church the pastoral and leadership team judged their success not upon the seating capacity of a building but upon their sending capacity to go out into the community sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. As a result, Tabernacle Community Church has become a place where hundreds of broken and hurting people, regardless of their race or background, have entered into a life saving relationship with Jesus Christ and found support in their spiritual journeys.
The word Tabernacle comes from the Hebrew word mishkan (Exodus 25:9), which means to dwell. It was called the Tent of Meeting because it was the place where God revealed Himself and dwelled among his people. The name Tabernacle represents a place where broken people can experience the presence of God with other believers as he reveals himself in and through his Son, Jesus Christ. We desire Tabernacle to be a place of God’s holy and refreshing presence in the parched wilderness of our culture. We are determined to be a place for all people in our community, regardless of racial, denominational or economic barriers. Tabernacle Community Church is a place to belong, believe and become.
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