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Centennial Central

16 Nov Posted by in Centennial | Comments

Celebrating and Continuing in His Abounding Grace! – Lamentations 3:22-24

Your one stop for information for Tabernacle Centennial Information.

MESSAGE FROM THE CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE

It has been our privilege to serve as leaders of our Centennial Celebration planning. We want you to be Informed, Engaged, and Excited as we embark upon the journey marching toward the grand finale, November 8, 2020.

Please be sure to let us know your questions, comments, and thoughts. We are eager to receive them.

In His Service,

Dr. Walter McLean
Sis. Tommye Hinton Roberts


CENTENNIAL EVENTS ::: SAVE THE DATE

Special Prayer & Fasting Focus

January 8, 2020 – 5:30 pm – Church in Fellowship, Study, and Prayer – GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Pastor Johnson will officially launch the Centennial Events with a special general assembly focused on Corporate Prayer and Fasting. You are invited to fellowship with us at 5:30pm. At 6:30pm we will convene in the sanctuary for a general assembly followed immediately by a period of corporate prayer leading into the pre-Centennial year.

The Church in Fellowship, Study, and Prayer will being the Winter 2020 class schedule January 15, 2020. Click here for more information and an opportunity to pre-register.

January 2020 Prayer Focus: That God will provide all the resources needed without an emotional or financial strain on the Church.


Patrick Lundy Concert

May 2020 – Memorial Day Weekend


Church Picnic & Family Fun Fest

July 18, 2020


African American Male Spirituality Program

Date To Be Determined – More Information Coming soon…


Centennial Gala

November 7, 2020 – 5:00 pm

Crowne Plaza Hotel
2 Washington Blvd | Detroit, MI 48226

Tickets Available in the Tabernacle Cloakroom beginning January 19, 2020. (Tickets available online via Givelify January 5, 2020)

$125 for adults | $25 for children (3-12 years)

Find out more details by reading the Frequently Asked Questions


Centennial Anniversary Worship Celebration

November 8, 2020 – 11:00 am

Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
2080 W Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48208

Rev. Dr. Lance Watson, Guest Preacher


Tree of Life

In commemoration of Tabernacle’s Centennial Celebration, a permanent wall is purposed to feature the Tabernacle “Tree of Life” that includes 300 miniature brass leaves; Solid Walnut Mini Tree comes with a brass plate with a gold finish; and/or Bronze Cast Stone casted in bronze with a genuine brass plate that will be placed below or beside the tree to recognize or express one’s sentiment. The stone may also be used to acknowledge a special gift. Up to six lines of imprinting is possible on this stone, however all imprinting is an additional charge.

The tree, stones and mini trees will be permanently placed in the area across from the Fellowship Hall leading up the stairwell to the second level. The ornate tree, stone and/or mini tree will feature personalized messages from donors.  Each message will be granted 20-23 characters/spaces per line with up to 3 lines of text.   Families of TAB or other donors may honor or memorialize their loved ones who have contributed to Tabernacle history during this century or will contribute into the next century by purchasing a leaf. Please check the TAB website:  Centennial Central for more detail regarding how one may purchase a leaf.


HISTORICAL NUGGET

A Moment in Time…Did You Know?

January 2020

By 1946, Tabernacle had reached financial stability, and enjoyed a membership of approximately eight hundred (800) members. It owned its parsonage, was debt-free, and had $10,000 in a trust fund for an educational building. The educational building had been the dream of Rev. Pittman. Plans were drawn and all the necessary arrangements were made to start the foundation in the fall of 1946. Due to his untimely death, he never saw his dream realized.

Rev. Pittman was a gifted man. Not only did he serve as Pastor, but also as a teacher, counselor, administrator and musician. He directed the Tabernacle choir until 1935, when Charles Speights offered his musical gifts to the church. He was appointed Minister of Music, serving for nearly Twenty (20) years.

Archives of Previous Month’s Historical Nuggets


Do You Remember?

Easter Sunrise Services conducted on Belle Isle?

Anyone who attended the Tabernacle Child Development Center?

The Family Retreats at Bambi Lake, MI?


SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook | #TMBC2020


Make sure your contact information is updated in the Church Clerk’s Office. Submit family, friends, and past member’s contact information for Centennial invitations and communication.

Contact the Centennial Committee by emailing: CentennialCommittee@tmbcdetroit.org