Meaning of Beulah
The name Beulah is of Hebrew origin means married. The Prophet Isaiah explains this name by stating that Jerusalem will no longer be called Azubah (Forsaken) and her land Shemamah (Desolate), but Jerusalem will be called Hephzibah (My Delight Is In Her) and her land Beulah (Married), “for the Lord delights in you, and your land will be married” (62:4).
The Christian Dedication of children is a ceremony in which believing parents, and their chosen God-parents, publicly submit a child to the authority of the Lord Jesus Christ. They recognize the child as a gift from God and accept that the stewardship responsibility of parenthood requires that they do everything within their power to raise the child in a godly way, prayerfully until he or she can make a decision on his or her own to follow Christ. It includes the responsibility to instruct the child in the ways of the Lord, exposing the child to the community of Christians and personally living a god-fearing life before the child. (Deuteronomy 6:6-7; Proverbs 22:6; Luke 2:25-28)
At Beulah Tabernacle, we believe in the sanctity of human life. Individuals who are interested in having their child(ren) dedicated should ask the ushers for details.
Christian Marriage is more than a contract. It is a sacred covenant between a man and a woman in which the two become one flesh. At the heart of God’s design for marriage is companionship and intimacy. It is the only God ordained union that allows for the full expression of the uniqueness of the man and the uniqueness of the woman. According to Genesis, marriage was instituted by God in the Garden of Eden. In the New Testament marriage is a revealed mystery, with the husband and wife relationship illustrating the relationship between Christ and the church. One of the best ways to insure success in this sacred institution is to prepare for it through sound biblical instruction. (Genesis 2:23-25, Matthew 19:4-6; Ephesians 5:22-33; Hebrews 13:4)
- Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
- Life Changing Academy (Sunday School Ministry) 2:00 – 3:30pm
- Tuesday Prayer & Pastoral Teaching 7:00pm
Consult the online calendar for details regarding other scheduled activities.
Do I have to dress up to come to church?
No, you do not have to dress up in what has become known as your “Sunday Best” to attend our services. We do believe in a modest dress style that is reverent and complements the individual. While some people choose to dress formally, it’s ok to dress casually.
What are some things that I can do to grow in Christ?
1) Read God’s Word daily with an obedient spirit and an open heart
2) Attend weekly prayer & pastoral teaching and develop a consistent personal prayer life
3) Learn and practice biblical teaching regarding all relationships (good and bad)
4) Make an effort to attend all services
5) Fellowship with your brothers and sisters in Christ
6) Honor God and support ministry through tithes and offerings
7) Discover your gifting and purpose in the Body of Christ and freely, faithfully & cheerfully serve
What are some things that a new Spirit-filled believer can expect?
1) Growth requires a commitment, therefore attending and completing our new comers class “Basic Training” is a necessity.
2) To offer their talents and gifts to the Lord as they actively participate in the local congregation.
3) To face challenges as the enemy will always try to discourage new Christians.
4) To experience victory as your knowledge and application of the Bible increases and your faith is matured and exercised.