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Youth and Young Adults Ministry


Mission Statement: 


To build a youth group who loves the Lord Jesus Christ with all their heart, soul,
mind, and spirit.


To build friendships that will last a lifetime.


To bring unity among young people from different backgrounds.

Goals:    1. To reach out to young people (to be there for them.)
             2. To teach them about the Lord
             3. To keep them active (physically and spiritually) 
                                                                                                                       Rev. Kevin L.. Jones, Minister Youth and Young                                                                                                                        Phone :(561) 832-8338sp;  e-mail:        


Youth Ministry Activities at Tabernacle

Bible Study

Age – 5 to 18 years old

Meeting Days –
3rd Saturdays (Elementary) 
                         4th Saturdays (Middle/High School)

Description – to discuss relevant topics that are impacting our young people day and explore the word of God as it relates to those issues.  Lessons on leadership are also taught during this time as well. Contact – Rev. Kevin L. Jones – (561) 832-8338

 Cub Scout Pack #116

Age – 5 to 11 years old

Meeting Nights – Every other Monday at 5:30p.m.

Description – Cub Scouts is a home and neighborhood centered program that teaches boys to respect his home, others, his country, and God.  They also learn physical skills, mental skills, personal independence, and communication skills.
Contact – Rev. Kevin L. Jones – (561) 832-8338


Imani Phi Christ Sorority, Inc.

Age – 13 to 18 years old

Meeting Days – 4th Saturdays

Description – to help young African American girls to maximize their full potential.  Develop youth skills that help them avoid consequences connected to poor academic performance, negative personal relations, school retention and juvenile delinquency, violence, substance abuse, teen pregnancy, and other related problems that plague this population.
Contact – Sis. Virginia Smith – (561) 842-2926

                       Our Youth, Our Future


Age - 12 to 18 years old
Description – mentoring program to help young African American men maximize their full potential.  Rap sessions are held on various issues such as education, media awareness, healthy relationships, and gang prevention.  In addition to the group process, we also participate in social outings and community service projects.
– Rev. Kevin L. Jones – (561) 832-8338

                        Tehillah Praise Dance Ministry

Age – 7 to 18 years old

Meeting Nights – Mondays at 6:30p.m.

Description – to minister unto the Lord through the ministry of dance at worship services and other scheduled activities.
Contact – Sis. Shundra Pittman – (561) 856-6629
                 Sis. Vivian Taylor – (561) 844-1224

Sunday School

Age – 4 to 18 years old

Meeting Days – Every Sunday morning at 8:30a.m.

Description – the Church School is the teaching ministry of the church.  Church School is the training ground for Christians. Contact – Sis. Betty Frederick – (561) 616-8402



Youth Usher BoardAge – 4 to 18 years old
– Saturdays at 1:30p.m or as scheduled

Description – to provide the sacred music for the worship service and other church programs.
Contact – Bro.  Marcus Curtis – (561) 687-9592

                Sis. Debra Jones – (561) 691-1134


Youth ChoirAge – 5 to 18 years old
– 3rd Saturday at 12:00noon

– ushers are responsible for seating members and guests.  It is important that     ushers are friendly and courteous as they are usually the first to greet our guests.
– Bro. Frank Cunningham – (561) 684-5475  
               Sis. Pearl Lassiter – (561) 848-7108


We are currently working on developing the following ministries: 

 Media Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active!    
Age –
11 to 13 years old
– to assist youth in becoming more aware of, and thinking critically about media’s role in influencing their nutrition and physical activity choices.  To assist young people in building skills that help them make informed decisions about being physically active and eating nutritiously in everyday life, and to encourage youth to establish healthy habits that will last into adulthood.
Contact – Dr. Florenzia Davis – (561) 282-6689
                                                        Rev. Kevin L. Jones – (561) 832-8338


TAB Teen Council and Young Men’s Fellowship are under development..


Other Activities

TAB Youth Ministry also offers workshops around issues like HIV/AIDS, School violence, Internet Safety.  Career Symposiums are held as young people begin to look at potential careers that they are interested in.  We also like to participate in neighborhood cleanups when scheduled and we also go on field trips periodically.

 Come and be a part of what we are doing here at TABERNACLE!!

Coming Soon!!!!!!A photo montage displaying the various activities involving youth and young adults.