The chief purpose of the Bethel Tabernacle Pentecostal Church is to exalt and glorify the Almighty God, who has for this age manifested in the Person of Jesus Christ. In exhibiting our love and faith in God, we enter into public worship services, seeking to give fitting expression to our profound and dedicated commitment to our Lord Jesus Christ, who first loved us and gave Himself freely for us.
In our worship of the Almighty God, we experience a meaningful awareness of God with us and we respond to this awareness with true praise and worship. Our worship includes the preaching and teaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, concerning His advent, birth, life, death, burial, resurrection and return, in order that we might enlighten our spirit, soul, and body to the holiness of God, truth of God and the matchless grace and mercy of God.
In our service to Jesus Christ, we are to call sinners to repentance, lift and restore the fallen, feed the hungry, cloth the naked, visit the sick and incarcerated and maintain the highest standards of morality everyday, and urge all believers to seek a Spirit-filled life. It is essential that we nourish and cultivate the Christian lives of our parishioners and that we purposefully fulfill the commands of the Holy Bible in society, in general and in our community in particular.
In order to effectuate this purpose, the ministries of the Bethel Tabernacle Pentecostal Church were founded.
Bishop Dr. Gwendolyn Weeks
Dr. Gwendolyn G. Weeks, daughter of the late Bishop and Evangelist Thomas J and Susan E. Weeks, was saved at the tender age of 6 and received her first call to the ministry at age 12. Dr. Weeks believes that salvation and education make a great combination; therefore education has played a great role in her life. She is a graduate of Springfield College, Springfield, Ma; Rhema Bible training Center, Tulsa, OK; and Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL, where she obtained both the Master’s of Divinity and the Doctoral of Ministry Degrees.
In 1994 Dr. Weeks was installed as the Pastor of the Bethel Tabernacle Pentecostal Church in Boston, Ma; the church founded and pastored by her father for 37 years.Dr. Weeks was elevated to the office of a Diocesan Bishop March 16, 2017, and was placed to serve The 64th Episcopal Dioceses of the P.A.W. – Eastern Cape- South Africa. Dr. Weeks’ desire is to love and to serve God with her entire being and to be the Servant Shepherd that feeds God’s flock.
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Early Morning Prayer 6 AM
Worship Service 10 AM
Prayer & Bible Study 7 PM
Mid-Day Prayer 11:30 AM