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

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 . 24th October 2021
Ehud was a great man of courage whom the Lord employs to carry out an act of divine judgement against Eglon, King of Moab. What lessons can be applied to believers in the light of his example?

Bible Class . 24th October 2021
Girls Bible Class and College Class - Mrs. Clement Boys Bible Class - Mr. Clement, Boys College Class - Mr. South
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Sunday Evangelistic Service . 24th October 2021
The parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus offers us perhaps the clearest view of hell in the New Testament, and there are accompanying lessons for us to learn if we to avoid the eternal state of sorrow.

Wednesday Thanksgiving Service . 20th October 2021
Psalm 126 speaks of the great things that the LORD does for His people, and can be applied to glorious Gospel truths.

Sunday Baptism Service . 17th October 2021
Before a Christian comes to everlasting life, he must first realise that he is dead - spiritually dead. But what is the difference between spiritual death and spiritual life?