Tyler Sabbath Fellowship
...an independent Sabbatarian congregation sharing the gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven
We are located at 14151 Rhones Quarter Road (FM 2964), Whitehouse, Texas 75791,
which is at the intersection of Roy Road and Rhones Quarter Road on the southeastern city limits of Tyler.
Click here for a MAP showing our location.
We are announcing a CHANGE in our weekly meeting time to
in the same location where we have been meeting for the last 11 years.
Our congregation meets weekly on the biblical Sabbath (the day that most people call "Saturday") at 12:00 NOON.
Click here for frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers about Tyler Sabbath Fellowship.
Links to articles and external web sites:
Do you bother to read the Bible for yourself, or do you take someone else's word for what it has to say?
Is it possible to have a church without a pastor?
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Unlearn the Lies
If you are serious about acquiring in-depth knowledge about the collection of holy scriptures commonly called The Bible, click here to visit another recommended (although not fully endorsed) web site.
Is human reasoning and logic of any value when it comes to spiritual topics such as belief and faith?
Click here to visit another web site which demonstrates how human reasoning and logic can be used to make cogent arguments for belief and faith in an Eternal Creator.
So you're an expert on the proper spelling and pronunciation of the Messiah's name? Well, congratulations!
But, just to be certain that you have it all absolutely right, maybe you ought to read this.
Tyler Sabbath Fellowship is an institutional member of the Bible Sabbath Association.
We may be contacted by e-mail at Info@TylerSabbathFellowship.net
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