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Jim Cymbala Live 12pm Service 2 January 2021 | Brooklyn Tabernacle

Jim Cymbala Live at Brooklyn Tabernacle

Jim Cymbala Live 12pm Service 2 January 2021 | Brooklyn Tabernacle

Jim Cymbala Live 12pm Service 2 January 2021 | Brooklyn Tabernacle

Join the live Sunday 2 January 2022 service at 12pm with Pastor Jim Cymbala at the Brookly Tabernacle Church for the first Sunday of the new year.  This live service will be a blessing to you.

Share Pastor Jim Cymbala live Sunday service at 12pm today 2 January 2021 with your friends and family to partake in the blessings.  Jesus loves and cares for you.


About Pastor Jim Cymbala, Brooklyn Tabernacle

James R. Cymbala (born 1942) is an American author and pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle. He is also a former college basketball player, serving on the teams for the United States Naval Academy and the University of Rhode Island.

Cymbala’s best-selling books include Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire; Fresh Faith; and Fresh Power. In 2002, Cymbala was nominated for a Dove Award for Musical of the Year, for his work on Light Of The World, along with his wife, Carol Cymbala and their 270-voice Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. He has been the pastor of the multi-racial megachurch The Brooklyn Tabernacle, since 1971. When he began serving The Brooklyn Tabernacle, the church membership numbered fewer than 30 persons. As of 2012, the church numbers over 16,000 members. The Cymbalas have three children and nine grandchildren.

The Brooklyn Tabernacle was originally established in 1847 as the Central Presbyterian Church, using the facilities of the First Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Willoughby Street and Pearl. In 1966, the church was renamed “Brooklyn Gospel Tabernacle” by the pastor Clair D. Hutchins.  By the time Pastor Jim and Carol Cymbala took over the church leadership in the autumn of 1971, the congregation had dwindled to only 40 people who met in a rundown building on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.

In the 1980s, the Brooklyn Tabernacle purchased the former Carlton Theatre at 292 Flatbush Avenue at 7th Avenue, converting the 1383-seat theatre into a church. After many years of decline, the church was revitalized as a non-denominational congregation, and became well-known as the home of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. In 1984, the church took its current name “The Brooklyn Tabernacle”.

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The church remained in this location until 2002 when they moved into the former Loew’s Metropolitan Theatre at 17 Smith Street. The sanctuary seats 3,300 people. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has received six Grammy Awards. It is directed by Carol Cymbala, the wife of the main Pastor, Jim Cymbala.

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