Christ Fellowship Prayer Tabernacle & Exacting Truth Ministries

Exacting (adj.)- Rigid or severe in demands or requirements.
Truth (n.)- Conformity with fact or reality.

Christ said in John 8:32, "And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free."
Can you honestly say that you are free?

Generations have pursued Jesus Christ to varied degrees, and have never arrived at the complicity of this promise, freedom.
Is it that this bold Biblical declaration has failed in its promise or is it that you have yet to hear the truth?
The unique Exacting Truth message explores true faith in God and The Christ versus religion through innovative teachings and lectures designed to not bind the individual but empower them. Experience impactful delivery on relevant topics to inspire self-education and life application solutions in a multi-cultural environment. Join us every Saturday at 10:00 AM and Wednesday at 7:30 PM at the Wyndham Garden Hotel located at 765 Eisenhower Blvd., Harrisburg, PA 17111 for our services.

An Evening of Thanks

Giving back...

A concert with the cost of admission being an unwrapped toy to benefit needy families this holiday season.

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New Year's Eve Service

Start the New Year off right...

Our annual New Year's Eve Service showcasing the individual gifts and talents within the body of Exacting Truth Ministries.

How much do you know about what you claim to believe?

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What's New?


Current Newsletter

The Exacted Truth Newsletter for the Second Quarter of 2015 is now online!


Prayer Center

Prayer changes things. Visit our online prayer center, a place to remember those who need remembering.

Message of the Month

"A Closer Look at Love"
Pastor Selara R. Mann, Jr. - May 6, 2015

Christ instructed us in Matthew to love our neighbor literally as ourselves. How can we do that if we fail to understand or even desire to love ourselves? All bets are off and there is not a context to start understanding love or giving love without loving who we literally are. We often encourage individuals to love, but often fail to closely examine even what it means. It is often over-simplified and yet at times added to. Love is a deep personal choice of attachment. To give love or to receive it, we have to want to.

Join Pastor Selara R. Mann, Jr. as he takes a closer look at love through real-life examples and Biblical context.