Freedom Tabernacle’s Outreach ministry meets the basic needs of the community by providing food and clothing for individuals and families. Monthly and annually planned events allow the church to impact the community in a positive way.
Freedom Tabernacle’s Children’s ministry is designed to provide a safe and exciting opportunity for children to worship GOD and receive ministry in an environment that is filled with the love of Christ.
The purpose of our Life Groups ministry is to provide an environment where Freedom Tabernacle members and friends build lasting friendships, care for each other and experience spiritual growth in a Christ-like manner. We come together to care for one another, pray for one another, and share with one another. Life Groups typically meet twice a month in members’ homes in a small group setting.
Praise and Worship Ministry
Together we usher in His presence and prepare our hearts to receive His word. This time of worship is lively and provides an atmosphere for everyone to pour out their adoration on the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords through song and dance.
LINK Ministries is a ministry designed and focused on 6 – 8th graders. We meet each Sunday at 10AM and Wednesday at 7pm in the LINK Room. We will have praise and worship, teaching, drama, interactive activities with peers and altar/prayer time. We believe that it is important to provide a place of acceptance for middle schoolers to know their identity in Christ.
We believe in the power of unity and fellowship and in providing the best possible learning environment for our teens. Freedom Tabernacle offers a variety of fun-filled, inspiring options for our teens (9th- 12th grade).
Overcoming Obstacles – Recovery
Our recovery ministry is focused on providing a Christ-centered environment for participants to attain freedom from addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. A confidential place of healing from hurts, hang-ups or habits. We meet each Tuesday at 7:00pm at the Freedom House (the white house located to the right of the overflow parking lot).