Built by Charles E. Haskell, and appeared in a November, 1919 listing published in The Diapason by the firm. Same building as the York Street Presbyterian Church, known by this name after the merger in 1892. Enlargement or rebuild of previous Charles S. Haskell organ.
From Presbytarian Churches in Kensington, "The Presbytery of Philadelphia merged the Kensington and York Street churches in 1892 at York and Coral Streets, as the Union Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. The united congregation flourished for the next 30 years, but after World War I membership began to decline. In 1974, the roof of the church collapsed. Instead of attempting a costly repair, the congregation merged with the nearby Cumberland Street United Methodist Church at Cumberland and Coral Streets, as the Union Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. The session reported 113 members and 58 in the church school in 1990."