Tindley Temple is a Christ Center Church where the love of God and God‘s people are the primary reasons for our existence. It is our goal to reach as many people as possible with the love and saving teachings of Jesus Christ. We offer a blended worship experience we are people of all races, And backgrounds are welcome to worship and fellowship with us. You will find something for everyone here at Tindley. We are God’s cathedral on Broad Street.
The mission of Tindley is to glorify God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ. God’s mission and the mission of His Church are make disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We live as a redeemed people who have a desire to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ as well as the love of Christ to every person that we meet. We won every person we come across to experience the love of God and the redemption through his son Jesus Christ.
Our vision is to be a church of grace-filled people, empowered for community transformation. We thrive to make the gospel relatable and livable in the daily lives of all people. Our vision is to create the beloved community in which people of all backgrounds can come together and experience the love of Christ. We look for growth in three areas which are: transformational leader ship, radical hospitality, and life-changing ministry.
The Gospel is ultimately about humanity being restored to God’s community. Only through practicing community will individuals grow fully in the grace and knowledge to be found in Jesus. Furthermore, it is through community that a fragmented world can best witness the power of the Gospel and the nature of God’s work. As a culture of confession, transformation, friendship, forgiveness, justice, power, and love springs up in the lives of normal people, those who don’t know Christ will be compelled to ask: "what is happening?"
Connect (or "Missional") Groups are an essential part of our church, as they provide a place where deeper fellowship and better support for one another can take place. Considering that the early church worshipped in large settings - in the synagogues - as well as in homes, we unite together similarly in order to be in deeper fellowship with God and one another. God has reconciled us not only to Himself but also to each other. This "each other" is called His Church.