The Tabernacle URC featured a school room ever since it was rebuilt in 1867. The Sunday School was a central part of the church up until the 1960’s. We are now lucky enough to have a Kindergarten operating from the church which returns education, inspiration and the play of young children to the life of the church.
Education is an important part of our future and we encourage school visits to our heritage programme and organise events such as our St Davids day celebrations for groups of children.
The original Victorian school room has fallen into a state of disrepair however this will be restored and used to give future generations a hands on connection with their past.
Our involvement with the Kindergarten has enabled us to achieve the considerable funding for the extension build and other modernising within the building owing to the Kindergarten’s involvement with the Communities First and Flying Start Programmes.
The March Pembroke Story at Tabernacle
At the March Pembroke Story afternoon we took a journey through time when we were entertained with a talk on the revival of Welsh Folk Dance
The Art and the Craft Groups re-start in the new building
The Art Group will now be held every Wednesday from 1pm to 3ish whilst the Craft Group meet on Fridays at 2pm
Who did Revd. John Bowen Marry in the 50's?
Revd John Bowen, mentioned in the History of the Church, is brought to life by a photo shared by his daughter Havina.
The Pembroke Story has found its home in The Tabernacle URC. It is a community project that celebrates the people of Pembroke and their experiences and memories that have shaped our community.
Experimental Afternoon Teas at Foundry House
First steps towards a surplus food cafe ?