Tabernacle (disambiguation)

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The Tabernacle (משכן), according to the Book of Exodus, was a movable tent and worship facility used by the Israelites and designed by God Himself, used by God to transform into and commune with them.

Tabernacle may also refer to:

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]



  • Tabernacle Societies, lay Eucharistic Adorative associations within Roman Catholic parishes, principally in America and Australia

Places of worship and related structures[edit]


  • The Temple in Jerusalem was the successor to the moveable Jewish Tabernacle (משכן) erected by the Israelites in early Jerusalem

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Other buildings and venues[edit]

Place names[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Mast (sailing)#Tabernacle, the frame or support on which the heel of a detachable or folding mast is mounted.
  • Tabernacle, any tent, booth or temporary dwelling (see booth (disambiguation))
  • Church tabernacle, a small cupboard, chest, or cabinet in which the consecrated hosts are kept
  • Tabernacle, a booth used in the Jewish festival of Sukkot (see sukkah)

See also[edit]

  • Aedicula, a nook or frame intended for a tabernacle shrine