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Continuing the mission of training disciples for the Kingdom of God.
This is where it all began for the Believer
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Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.  Ephesians 6:16






Sunday Morning Prayer           9:30 AM
Sunday Morning Worship       10:00 AM
Wednesday Evening Prayer     6:30 PM
Wednesday Evening Service    7:00 PM
Saturday Morning Prayer 9:00 AM 2nd & 3rd Sat. of every month



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Rev. Dr. Dawnay Dawson (Dr. D) is a daughter of the late Dr. P. Dawson the Founder of Greater Grace Tabernacle and the Voice of God Ministries.  Dr. D. accepted the Lord Jesus Christ at a young age and began a life-style of prayer and the study of God’s word.  Under the leadership of Dr. P she has become a charismatic preacher and teacher of the Gospel message to benefit the Body of Christ in their spiritual growth. 

A graduate of Oral Roberts University she also holds advance degrees from the Citadel (The Military College of South Carolina) and a doctorate from the University of South Carolina. Presently she is the principal of Grace Junior Academy and is the co-author of Tongue Talking What’s it really about?        

As the Pastor of Greater Grace Tabernacle, Dr. D. now continues in our mission to win souls and train disciples for the Kingdom of God.  According to Mark 16:17b “And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils… they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover” which is our battle cry. 

Greater Grace Tabernacle is a non profit (501(c)(3)) corporation. This allows your gifts and contributions to be tax-deductible and fully recognized as a charitable contribution. 

We are not affiliated with any denomination. We are a non-denominational charismatic body of believers in Christ. The doctrine and discipline book that we use is the  Holy Bible (the Old and New Testaments) which we embrace as our absolute authority.






Mar 17, 06 

 The roosters are crowing and Mrs. Stephen slips out of bed to wake the children for breakfast.  It’s an important day.  One by one they make it to the table, even little Stephen, Jr., who’s not yet in school.  They are finished and ready for school and mother gives them final instructions. "Be home early," she says, for tonight the gospel meeting begins and the Stephens are all going.

" Supper is ready," she yells, as the kids play in the living room.  The children sense that something is on mom’s mind, but they can’t figure out the worried look on her face. Mrs. Stephen finishes dressing the last one and they’re on their way.   They take the short-cut to the meeting place because they are late, but not too late for mom to point out, as they pass, the place where their father had died for Jesus.  This was not the first time they had seen it, but she didn’t want them to forget. In the building, one of the deacons points to vacant seats.

"Sit down," Mrs. Stephen whispers sternly to Stephen, Jr. The preacher begins his sermon on forgiveness.  The audience seems hypnotized as they listen intently.  "I am Chief of Sinners," he says.  Anna, the eldest, whispers, "Mom, who is the preacher?"  She had already noticed the tears in mom’s eyes. "That’s brother Paul of Tarsus," she said, "he helped kill your father."

" kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you."    Ephesians 4:32

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