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 3-18)
Sunday 6pm Teaching Ministry
Monday 7.30pm Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7.30pm Bible Study
Public Worship at East Dulwich Tabernacle

All our services are now being held in our church building and all are welcome to attend. Services will also be broadcast live on our YouTube Channel.

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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

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 26th March 2023
The Lord curses a fig tree on the way to Jerusalem that serves as a symbol for Israel's faithless religious system.

Bible/College Class . 26th March 2023
Bible Class - Girls - Mrs Alli, Boys - Mr McCammon College Class Girls - Mrs Cadapen, Boys - Mr South
Full Class Uploaded

Sunday Evangelistic Service . 26th March 2023
The Apostle Paul was never ashamed of the Gospel. Rather the message he presented to the world was that they they ought to be ashamed of their sin and turn to Christ to know the power of God in salvation.

Wednesday Bible Study . 22nd March 2023
The doctrine of 'progressive sanctification' teaches us to mortify the flesh while we are here on this earth. What does 'mortification' look like?

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 19th March 2023
Christ's entrance into Jerusalem was with great acclaim, but did the multitudes fully understand the nature of his Kingdom?