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
SERVICE INFORMATION
Sunday 11am Evangelistic Service
All welcome, specially helpful for new visitors
Sunday 3pm Sunday Shool and Teenage Bible Class (age 3-16)
Sunday 6pm Teaching Ministry
Monday 7.30pm Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7.30pm Bible Study
Welcome
You are invited to services at East Dulwich Tabernacle, an independent reformed baptist church. You will be warmly welcomed to hear the Bibles message clearly explained.

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Latest Updates

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 14th October 2018

Sunday Evangelistic Service . 14th October 2018

Wednesday Bible Study . 10th October 2018

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 7th October 2018
A parable that puzzles, appearing to be contradictory to Christian character. This parable of the Lord Jesus Christ challenges our zeal, tests our stewardship of the money and time entrusted to us by the Saviour. It asks the question too of all (including the seeker), are you genuine, will you persist with urgency?

Sunday Evangelistic Service . 7th October 2018
At the inauguration of the temple built under King Solomon a vast number of animals were sacrificed. Where are the animal sacrifices today, and what were they for? This message explains the way of reconciliation and its profound simplicity.

Wednesday Bible Study . 3rd October 2018
Here we see the Bible showing salvation leads to sanctification. The law that was the barrier to Heaven becomes our guide for fruitfulness. We serve our new Lord and Saviour, freed from the mastery and misery of sin.

Sunday Teaching Ministry . 30th September 2018
The parable of the prodigal son moves from the gracious redemption of rebels to the scrutiny of those that lack evidence of membership in the body of Christ, in the context of the elder brother.