The Tabernacle URC is situated in the centre of Pembroke, a town with a profound and important history. Our church has played a part in this history and its site is dominated by a landscape that emerged in Medieval times. Celebration of our past and preserving the recent memories of the people of this town has become a central part of our mission.
History of the Tabernacle URC
This complete history of the Tabernacle URC was written by Jonathan E Harries in 2011. It gives the full story of the church from its origins in the year 1800 to the present day.
Ecology and Wildlife
The Tabernacle’s burgage plot garden has long been unused and church members were keen to create a place of peace and solitude that could be enjoyed by themselves, local people and visitors.
Journey Through Time Garden
The Tabernacle United Reformed Church has a unique and dramatic plot that extends down to The Commons and features medieval stone walls, a cliff, a cave, a 17th century lime kiln and stunning views across The Commons to the South ...
The Restoration of The Tabernacle URC
The Tabernacle buildings have received the urgent repair that they needed securing the future of the building for future generations.
The Tabernacle Church sits atop Pembroke’s limestone ridge and its burgage plot extends down to The Commons via a steeply sloping site which drops a total of 40 feet. Immediately to the south of the church is a tall ...