New Sanctuary Dedication and Media Vision

On Friday, September 27th we had reason to celebrate! Just a few days before Rosh Hashanah, making it extra celebratory and meaningful for us, we dedicated our newly renovated sanctuary—the culmination of a four-years-long walk of faith. Four years ago the Lord confirmed to us the vision to livestream and renovate, and then He took us on a journey of trusting Him and His way of doing things. Though at times it seemed like the funds weren’t going to come through, in the end His timing was perfect.

Tiferet elders and deacons bless the new sanctuary. Tiferet founder Ari Sorko-Ram joined us via video from Brazil


We are humbled and deeply blessed by the great outpouring of love and support that received from our friends around the world and by their commitment to see the gospel preached in Hebrew every week here in Israel on our livestream. We want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who supported us with your prayers and donations. This would not have happened without you!

A Blessing to Tiferet Yeshua

Anyone who ever has ever had the chance to visit us before our renovation, you would know that our old sanctuary left much to be desired. It was dark, outdated and awkwardly arranged. The transformation brought through the renovation is truly astounding! We feel like we’re in a new building: it is light, bright and beautiful. It makes better use of the space and can accommodate many more people.

Additionally, the update in our sound equipment to accommodate the higher quality required for live streaming has improved sound in the auditorium space and in the worship team’s earphones, blessing both worshippers and the worship team alike.


The Cutting-edge Gospel Platform

The vision to live stream our main service came from Tiferet Yeshua founders, Ari and Shira Soko-Ram who have a burden to reach the lost sheep of Israel with the gospel. The greatest tool available to share the gospel in Israel today is the internet: according to a report produced in 2018 by an American marketing research company, Israelis are second in the world for mobile phone ownership, rank seventh for internet usage, and Israelis lead the word in social media usage with the average Israeli spending a shocking eleven hours a day on social media.

Tiferet Yeshua’s worship service and main message will be broadcast live through Facebook every Friday afternoon. Afterward we will have a media team which will edit and post the best of our live worship services and powerful messages on social media.

Our plan to livestream in Hebrew: Israelis lead the world in social media use


In addition to being witness to Yeshua in Hebrew in Israel, our live stream will also accommodate our members who aren’t able to make it to services. Because quite a few of our members live outside of Tel Aviv, in Hadera in the north, Samaria, Ashdod, Jerusalem and even in the Arabah next to the Dead Sea, many make it to services about twice a month. Our live stream will give them an opportunity to connect when they aren’t able to make it.

The Livestream Countdown

We should be live on Facebook in a couple weeks: our talented media team has been working tirelessly to have everything ready to stream, but one of the new camera components malfunctioned, requiring us to wait while a replacement part is reordered from abroad.

We cannot thank you enough for your prayers and support which have made this vision a reality! We ask you to prayerfully consider supporting us as our general budget has taken a hit due to the renovation and our expenses have increased with the addition of media team members to run and edit our live steam production.






One thought on “New Sanctuary Dedication and Media Vision

  • Garvin Phillip says:

    It’s refreshing to see that you all have completed the renovation work in order to launch the various aspects of your ministry vision. I am delighted to see all of this because I responded to the request for a donation for the renovation works through Tikkun Ministries International.

    As I read your article today and saw from the pictures how the place has been transformed, I sensed an inward witness in my spirit that I should continue to give to your work as a way of blessing Israel and the body of Messiah therein.

    Even though we do not know each other personally, I feel a sense of connection to you all by the Holy Spirit.

    So from Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean I bless you all in the name of Yeshua Hamashiah and continue to pray each day for the salvation and full restoration of Israel and for the peace of Jerusalem.

    God Bless you,

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