Tabernacle Baptist Church was listed on The National Register of Historic Places, July 10, 2013. [ Read More ]
Pastor Otis Dion Culliver, M. Div.- a native of Monroeville, Alabama- currently serves as the senior pastor of the Historic Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama.
Prior to accepting the call to serve Tabernacle Church, he served as the Pastor of Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church of Beatrice, Alabama for four and one half years. He founded ODC Ministries in 2014 to equip the saint, evangelize the sinner, and exalt the SAVIOR (www.pastorodc.com). This ministry focuses on biblical teaching, expository preaching, church consultation, relevant blogging, and compassionate missions.
With your support, we can continue to preserve, promote, communicate, sustain and extend the historic legacy of Historic Tabernacle Baptist Church-Selma, AL through research, education and informational activities that increase public awareness of the Church’s contribution to world progress. [ Donate Today ]
Tabernacle Baptist Church was listed on The National Register of Historic Places, July 10, 2013. Tabernacle Baptist was organized in 1884 for Selma University students, faculty and emerging middle-class Negroes. The church’s ministers and members were leaders in pioneering and enduring African-American Baptist organizations, including Rev. Dr. D. V. Jemison, who served as president of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. [ Read More ]
The Alabama African American Civil Rights Heritage Sites Consortium, Inc. is a collaboration among 20 historic places of worship, lodging and civic engagement that played significant roles in the African American struggle for freedom. While recent history focuses on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s, these institutions have been dedicated to improving the quality of Black life since Reconstruction.