Teams of church members visit door-to-door in local communities presenting the gospel, inviting area residents to church, and identifying those who have spiritual needs.
New Move-In Visitation
Members visit new residents, invite them to attend the services of Tabernacle Baptist Church, and provide helpful information about their new neighborhood and community.
Sunday school teachers and workers visit those who have been identified as a prospect with a spiritual need and an interest in learning more about the Lord Jesus Christ and the ministries of Tabernacle Baptist Church.
Each week, those who have visited Tabernacle Baptist Church receive in-home visits designed to provide information about the Sunday School, various church ministries, and how interested visitors may unite with the church.
Trained childrenís workers visit in the homes of young converts to teach the importance of following Him in believerís baptism and faithfulness in the Christian life.
Each week teens from Tabernacle Baptist Church have the opportunity to share the gospel with many in our community through house-to-house visitation, teen follow-up, and other forms of visitation.
Each week teams of workers visit with Spanish-speaking families in our community in an effort to present the gospel and encourage those who know the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior to continue to follow Him.
Nursing Home Ministry
Many times throughout the week church members young and old carry the gospel message to the residents and staff of nursing homes and assisted living centers. In-house worship services and Bible studies are conducted for residents who cannot attend church. Workers volunteer their time making visits, reading, singing, conducting Bible studies, and much more.
Once each month, shut-in church members know to expect an encouraging visit through the Sunshine Ministry. Caring members visit in homes to strengthen and encourage shut-ins, those who are recovering from a hospital stay, and others suffering from a lingering illness.
Hickory Soup Kitchen
Once each month volunteers from our church family have the opportunity to serve a warm meal and share the love of Christ with many who take advantage of the assistance provided by the Hickory Soup Kitchen. Others in our church bring in needed items to provide meals to those in need.