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God's House on the Hill Serving Christ.



On behalf of the members of the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, I want to welcome you to our Web Site. Here you will find information about our church, directions how to reach us and the many activities that are taking place at the church.

We invite you to attend our weekly prayer and praise service, weekly Bible study, Church School or Sunday Worship Service. We believe that you will find a warm and caring environment in which to worship and praise God. If you do not currently have a church home, we invite you to become a part of the great fellowship we have here at Tabernacle.

Remember, God loves you and so do we!

Peace and Blessings,

Pastor Gerald D. Kisner

121 Years of Service

Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church (TMBC) celebrated its 121th anniversary on October 19, 2014. The church was started in the Styx in Palm Beach, FL in 1893. One year later, TMBC housed the first school for African Americans in Palm Beach County. For a complete history of Tabernacle, please click here.  





PROPOSED U.B. KINSEY EDUCATIONAL AND COMMUNITY CENTER   The Tabernacle Learning Center which was demolished on February 12, 2008 will be housed in the new U B. Kinsey Educational and Community Center. Construction of the center has begun.


 Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church launched its first church broadcast on radio station WJFP (107.1 FM), Monday, May 19, 2014 at 2pm. The broadcast "HOPE FROM THE HILL" can be heard every Monday from 2-3 p.m. You can listen to the broadcast on radio station--WJFP--FM 107.1 or on the internet by clicking the link,


Job Opportunity


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 News from the Health Ministry

The Health Ministry participates in a nationwide observances and  healthcare recognition of selected health issues (ovarian cancer, cholesterol education, family health & fitness days, etc.) beginning in September. For a complete calendar of Health Observances & Healthcare Recognition dates for March 2015, please click here for more information.


Outreach Ministry serves breakfast and provides clothing and supplies for the needy every Sunday morning in the Fellowship Hall.   


TMBC is pleased to announce its own travel booking agency, an active partner of  YTB Association. To book your travel reservation, click here       


Fast Facts on the Bible



Church   Schedule

Sunday:  Church School 8:30 AM
Sunday:  Worship Service 9:45AM
Tuesday: Adult Bible Study 6:00 PM
Wednesday: Prayer & Praise Service 7:00 PM
Saturday:  Children Bible Study



(rotating Saturdays)

Morning Bible Study is held at 11am on the second and last Wednesday of each month.

Directions and Contact Information

Phone Number (561) 832-8338
Fax Number (561) 659-7929


801 8th Street
WPB, Fl 33401


Map and Directions to the Church

 Bible Verse of the Day

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our website to  Bernard G. Jones.



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Upcoming Events:   April 2015  

Event /Date/Time

Reception for The First Lady Mamie Hampton Kisner

April 18, 5:00 p.m.

Pastor's 20th  Anniversary

April 19,  9:50 a.m.

Spring Revival

April 24, 7:00 p.m.

For a complete list of monthly and weekly activities, click here.


Please click the Donate button for Online giving to Tabernacle MB Church.

Thoughts of the Week

"God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with."    Rev. Billy Graham


"Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither.” —C. S. Lewis

Humility is not thinking less of yourself - it is thinking of yourself less!    —Anonymous


"Scripture should more than inform us. It should transform us.”


"Don’t worry about what you do not understand in the Bible. Worry instead about what you do understand but do not live by.”

—Emile Caillet