September 6: Community Worship
Join us at 10:30 at Phillips Temple CME Church (34th and Washington Blvd.) for the annual community worship service featuring music by Phillips and Tab. A community lunch will follow. This is the only service on September 6.

Worship Schedule Starting Sept. 13
8:00     Communion Worship, Chapel
9:00     Christian Education for All Ages
10:00  Worship Service, Sanctuary

Sacred Music Symposium

From April 27-29, Tabernacle presents the 2016 Sacred Music Symposium, which will bring together top sacred music professionals from across the country for a gathering of professional growth and enhancement. Here are the details on clinicians and registration.

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Tabernacle Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of 34th Street and Central Avenue on the north side of Indianapolis. Inside the beautiful Gothic sanctuary, you will find a friendly, welcoming congregation. Here’s what to expect when you visit.

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The Widow’s Mite/Might

August 16, 2015 Rev. L. John Gable: The Widow’s Mite/Might Audio For as long as I can remember I have always been a window shopper which means I like to look, but don’t often buy.  Add to that, when I travel, I like to use only a carry-on suit case, which again limits the number of things I can purchase, so I want to show you everything I brought home from our recent trip to the Holy Land.  One small 4×7 mosaic from Mt. Nebo of Moses lifting up the serpent in the desert (that was my largest purchase) and a pair of sandals made of camel leather.  Everything else I could hold in one hand: a rock from the Dead Sea with salt crystals on it, a handful of animals carved out of olive wood for our grandsons Charlie and Beau, and several shards of clay pottery I found at Qumran and Petra.  Needless to say, when I travel, I tend not to be very supportive of the local economy.  However, my greatest treasure was a gift which was given to me by one of the shop owners we met.  It is right there in the middle of the picture.  It is a small coin called a “lepton”, but it is commonly referred to as being a “mite”, as in the “widow’s mite.”  It is a thin metal coin, stamped on both sides: one side is an ear of grain, the other a palm tree with suspended bunches of dates.  It was found among the ruins and dates to the time of Jesus. In Jesus’ day the lepton... read more

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