Tabernacle Baptist Church or 'Tab' is a welcoming family from a variety of backgrounds joined by a desire to know and share God's love.

Find out what's on during the week or about church life here:
What's OnChurch Life
For details of our Sunday services see below, we'd be delighted to have you with us.

Find us

We have two sites in Wolverhampton:
  Tab@Broad Street is in the city centre (google map).
  Tab@Dunstall Road is situated in Whitmore Reans (google map).

mapPublic Transport: The train station is a 5-minute walk from Broad Street. The number 5 bus (from the bus station) stops at Dunstall Road.

Parking: Pay & Display and small locked car park off Westbury Street (One Way). Free at Dunstall Road.

Facilities: Ramped access through the foyer at Dunstall Road.


We have two services almost every Sunday, 10am   Dunstall Road and 6:30pm   Broad Street. You are very welcome at either or both.
Find Us
Sunday Morning 10-11:30am   Dunstall Road
Our welcome team will greet you as you arrive, please do ask them if you have any questions or need anything.
  • We usually sing (modern songs and traditional hymns), pray and listen to a talk.
  • Children and Youth leave for their own groups, Jam and Ignite, near the beginning. They return during the final worship songs. A parent or carer needs to go with them to register them on their first visit. Parents and carers can take their babies or toddlers into crèche at anytime.
    Creche JAM Ignite logo
  • An offering is usually taken but please don’t feel under any pressure to give.
  • Prayer is available after the service in the Prayer Corner (on the left as you look forwards).
  • You are free to watch or join in as much as feels comfortable for you. There is no dress code. We want you to be comfortable, please come as you are.
  • A hearing loop is available.
  • You’re invited to stay for tea, coffee, soft drinks, biscuits and maybe some cake in the hall. Follow everyone else  : )
Sunday Evening 6:30-7:45pm   Broad Street
Our evening services are often more informal. We enjoy a time of worship, prayer and Bible teaching. We have communion on the first Sunday of every month. On a fifth Sunday we may pray and/or share food and stories of what God is doing.

Any changes to our Sunday services will be in our calendar.

Who's who

Our Deacons
We are thankful for the many others who volunteer, as the Deacons do, in different areas of church life. The Deacons are also Trustees.
blank portrait Barbara Hamnett
  Barbara Hamnett
Church Secretary
Anne Berry Salwa Khalil
Anne Berry
Deacon for Children's Ministries
Salwa Khalil
Deacon for Discipleship
Elaine Kulyna Cynthia McDonald
Elaine Kulyna
Deacon for Fellowship
Cynthia McDonald
Deacon for Pastoral Care
Seun Kolade Abigail Taiwo
Seun Kolade
Deacon for Vision & Strategy
Abigail Taiwo
Deacon for World Mission
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Other Staff & Volunteers
Mel Angier Peggy LaRue
Mel Angier
Bookings & Marketing Coordinator
Peggy LaRue
Office Administrator
Alan Clark blank portrait
Alan Clark
Pioneer Worker
Designated Persons for Safeguarding
Sue Dudley Lah Aros
Sue Dudley
Advocate for Children & Youth
Lah Aros
Deputy Advocate for Children & Youth
Sue Lavender Henryk Kulyna
Sue Lavender
Advocate for Adults at Risk
Henryk Kulyna
Deputy Advocate for Adults at Risk

What we believe

Our mission statement is, "Transforming the city, one changed life at a time" because we believe that Jesus still changes lives today.

We are part of Baptists Together ...
Baptists Together
Declaration of Principle - The Basis of the Baptist Union is:

1. That our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, is the sole and absolute authority in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as revealed in the Holy Scriptures, and that each Church has liberty, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, to interpret and administer His laws.

2. That Christian Baptism is the immersion in water into the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, of those who have professed repentance towards God and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ who 'died for our sins according to the Scriptures; was buried, and rose again the third day'.

3. That it is the duty of every disciple to bear personal witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and to take part in the evangelisation of the world.

... and members of the Evangelical Alliance.

With regards to our relationships, marriage and sexual intimacy the church meeting has agreed this.

Come visit us on a Sunday or during the week and see or ask us what we believe  : )
You can also find out a little more of what Christians believe from the video below:
Courtesy of: Christian Enquiry Agency
Visit christianity.org.uk to find out more about Jesus Christ and the Christian faith

Contact us

Tabernacle Baptist Church
Dunstall Road
Whitmore Reans

01902 428962 (Mon-Thu, 10am-4pm)