Tabernacle Baptist Church


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112 E Church St, Cartersville, GA 30120, USA

(770) 382-1977

©2019 by Tabernacle Baptist Church, Inc.

Shelter in Place Order

(Tabernacle Baptist Church, April 2, 2020)

Due to Governor Kemp’s announcement about sheltering in place, our office will be closed starting Friday, April 3, until Monday, April 13. We will be having online worship both Sunday, April 5, and Easter Sunday, April 12 at 10:45. If you have not done so already, please pick up your communion supplies from our church office by 5:00 pm today or secure your own.

Update from Pastor Patrick

(Tabernacle Baptist Church, March 31, 2020)

Dear Church Family,


In light of recommendations from national, state, and local leaders, we will not have in person worship during the month of April.  We will continue with our online broadcast on Sunday mornings at 10:45.

In Christ,

Pastor Patrick

Update from Pastor Patrick

(Tabernacle Baptist Church, March 26, 2020) 


Dear Church Family,


Know that I am praying for you all as we face this COVID-19 crisis. Thank you for all of the positive feedback you have shared concerning our online worship platform and #TBCFamilyConnect. Multiple people have shared about how the Lord has moved powerfully through our online worship! I wish we could all be together in a physical sense, but I know that we are together spiritually (Colossians 2:5)! With that being said, let me update you on a few things.


Sunday Morning Worship — Remember that we will not have in-person worship this Sunday, March 29.  You can join us via our Comcast broadcast on channel 24. Also, we now have a YouTube channel!  We will live-stream from there this Sunday morning. You can also search for the “Tabernacle Baptist Church” channel to find us.  In addition, a link for this broadcast will be available on our website, as well as on our social media accounts.  


#TBCFamilyConnect — I am greatly appreciative for the work of Amy Burney, Benjy Linder, and Rebecca Willoughby in providing a great opportunity for families to have family worship during this hiatus from regular activities! Make sure you visit to learn how you and your family can have an engaging time of interaction that revolves around Sunday’s sermon topic. The Family Connect resources will be available for your family’s use this Sunday after our worship service. 


Giving —Wasn’t it wonderful to recently hear our President and Vice President encourage our nation to support local churches during this time? If you have not heard about what they said, find out about it here: Regarding our church, you all hit the ball out of the park this past week! You gave around $70,000 in financial gifts, even though we did not meet in person! Thank you for your generosity, and please continue to be faithful during this time!


Office Closings — This week we closed our offices on Thursday (March 26) and Friday (March 27), and we plan to reopen them on Monday (March 30). We are continuing to follow the advice of our national and local leaders concerning worship cancellations and office closings. This past week we gave a keen ear to the advice Governor Kemp offered on Monday afternoon (March 24). As a result, our office staff is not meeting in groups of 10 or more, and we are also encouraging 6 feet of separation in the workplace. In addition, we are allowing those who need to work from home to do so, and we have instructed anyone with the slightest symptoms to stay at home. Six of our employees have requested to stay home, and we have granted those requests.


Future Worship Closings — We have not made an official call to cancel in-person worship in April, but I imagine we will make that call in staff meeting this coming Monday (March 30). We will communicate that decision when it is made.


Though our separation from one another is not ideal, I believe the Lord is going to use this time to strengthen His church. I look forward to the great things He has in store for us! Stay healthy and stay safe. Contact me at if you have any questions!


For the glory of King Jesus,


Patrick Latham