No Evening Service – Summer Schedule (See Details)
During the summer there is no Sunday evening service on the first Sunday of June, July, August and September.
Tabernacle Baptist will be open for the 11:00 service on Sunday, May 31st for those who would like to attend. There will be a Facebook Live stream of the service for those who are uncomfortable about attending in person. For those coming, masks or face coverings will be mandatory to be worn at all times inside the building. Hand sanitizer will be provided at the door for those entering. We will be observing six foot distancing. Music will be instrumental only as singing with masks might be difficult. There will not be a nursery for children. The church will provide masks for anyone who needs them. God bless you all and we hope to see you on Sunday.
There will be prayer meeting starting on Wednesday, June 3rd. It will be on Facebook Live also. Masks, etc. will still need to be observed.
There will be no Sunday School until further notice.
On June 14th we’ll add in the Sunday Evening service at 6:00 pm. Masks, etc. will still need to be observed.
Note that the governor is not forcing us to wear masks, etc. The only requirement from the governor is to limit church attendance to no more that 50 people in the service. Know that the governor is not calling the shots for our church. We are voluntarily doing what we can before the Lord for safety’s sake and to be good testimonies during this time. Our church population is mostly made up of senior saints and they are in the high risk category.
Evangelist Randy Chovan will be with us Sunday September 13 – Wednesday September 16. Evangelist Chovan will be preaching on Sunday for 9:45am Adult Sunday School, 11:00am Morning Service and 6:00pm Evening Service and at 7:00 pm Monday through Wednesday. Nursery will be provided. Please clear off your schedule for these days and be in prayer for these very special meetings.
The Bennett family and our own church members will be supplying special music for the services.
Please invite as many folks as possible to these meetings. We will also be inviting folks from area churches to come.
Evangelist Chovan was converted on the island of Okinawa, Japan, while serving in the US Air Force in 1976. God called him to the Gospel ministry the same year. He received his education from Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, TN, and from Spurgeon Baptist Bible College in Mulberry, FL.
Randy Chovan has been a Pastor and an Evangelist for over 30 years. He has traveled extensively, preaching the Gospel on six continents. He possesses a wealth of experience and knowledge that enhances his biblical preaching.
Evangelist Chovan is married to Grace Chovan and they have three children. The Chovans make their home in Gainesville, Florida.