East Dulwich Tabernacle

Baptist Church

An independent reformed baptist church, founded in 1877

107 Barry Road, East Dulwich, London, SE22 0HW

East Dulwich Tabernacle

"Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest"

Matthew 11:28
Sunday 11am Evangelistic Service
All welcome, specially helpful for new visitors
Sunday 3pm Sunday School and Teenage Bible Class (age 3-16)
Sunday 6pm Teaching Ministry
Monday 7.30pm Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7.30pm Bible Study
Public worship at East Dulwich Tabernacle
After a lengthy period of closure during the Covid-19 pandemic, the church officers at East Dulwich Tabernacle are now preparing to reopen our church building at 107 Barry Road.

Our proposed schedule for the reopening is as follows:
Monday 13th July: Prayer Meeting to be held at the church building, not on Zoom.

Wednesday 15th July: Bible Study to be held at the church building. The service will be streamed live on YouTube, and not available on Zoom.

Lord’s Day 19th July: Both morning and evening services, and all subsequent meetings for the foreseeable future, God willing, will be held at the church building, and streamed live on YouTube for those unable to attend in person.

These plans are subject to change, and dependent upon our ability to sustain a live broadcast from the church building. A link to the Church's risk assessment can be found here.

Please click here to access the YouTube channel for live and previous services
You are invited to services at East Dulwich Tabernacle, an independent reformed baptist church. You will be warmly welcomed to hear the Bible's message clearly explained.

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Latest Updates

Wednesday Bible Study . 12th August 2020
The Tenth Commandment does not speak of wicked deeds but wicked thoughts. Covetousness is a strong desire for that which God has forbidden us to take. It was at the heart of original sin and it can cause great damage to the spiritual life of a Christian. How can we avoid this sin and embrace the opposite positive virtue?

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 9th August 2020
We focus on two glorious themes that emerge from Isaiah 40 - the ever watchful protection of our gracious God, and his promise to give power to the faint.

Bible Class . 9th August 2020
Bible Class and Older Sunday School

Sunday Evangelistic Service . 9th August 2020
The Lord calls all men to look to him. It means acknowledging God, turning away from all other idols and looking to him for salvation - which can only be found in Christ Jesus.

Wednesday Bible Study . 5th August 2020
Enshrined in the 9th Commandment is the principle of truthfulness. As those who are followers of the God of Truth, we must do our very best to live with honesty and integrity in all the matters of life, particularly in our spiritual lives.

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 2nd August 2020
The mercies and the faithfulness of our God are clearly expressed by the Prophet Jeremiah even in the midst of great distress. Here is teaching to encourage and refresh the soul.