The Tabernacle is an outreach of Tabernacle of Praise Ministries, which was founded at Eureka Springs, Arkansas, during the Autumn of 2000, by Messianic Rabbi Jeremy Storch. The ministry has two primary goals: bring Jewish people to Yeshua the Messiah, and teach church congregations about the Hebrew roots of Christianity. The Tabernacle is the Messianic Jewish congregation in Branson, Missouri. In addition, Rabbi Storch actively seeks opportunities to minister in other churches and synagogues whenever possible. Rabbi Storch is of Jewish descent, a cantor, praise and worship leader, musician, composer, and well-known recording artist. He specializes in leading joyous Davidic praise and worship as described in First Chronicles. Learn more.
Jeremy Storch was born in New York City and raised in the Jewish heritage. Following high school, Jeremy co-founded the very successful rock group called "The Vagrants." Jeremy was the songwriter, organist and vocalist for the group. Once "The Vagrants" disbanded, in 1968, RCA Records picked up Jeremy to record and release two solo albums, "From a Naked Window" and "Forty Miles Past Woodstock.." This popularity and success led him further into the rock culture of the sixties - including all the trappings of a typical rock star: experimentation with and heavy use of various drugs and plunging into wild parties and illicit affairs. In short, he became a prodigal son. Learn more.