What We Believe
Statement of Faith
The New Covenant
The Blood Atonement
Mikvah (Water Emersion)
Triune Nature of God
Our Vision

Rabbi N Shofar


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. He has recorded a number of popular Messianic albums that have circulated internationally. Some of his songs have been translated into other languages are are being sung in Messianic congregations in other nations.

In addition to his evangelistic outreach, his music, and his local congregations, Rabbi Storch currently is conducting classes for selected students, discipling them for various roles in Messianic Jewish ministry.

Although Tabernacle of Praise Ministries is relatively young, it is enjoying healthy growth, and has inspired the rise of other Messianic congregations in nearby towns and encouraged revival in a number of local churches.

The central theme of Tabernacle of Praise Ministries is unity--bringing together Jew and Gentile on the common ground of the Bible and Yeshua, the Hebrew name for Jesus. This theme is inspired by the Lord's own prayer to the Father, in John 17:21.

"... that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us..." (NKJV)



The Tabernacle is a member of IAMCS - International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogue
International Alliance of Messianic Congregations
and Synagogues