Upcoming events with Tabernacle of David

Shalom friends,

Judah from Tabernacle of David here letting you know about events coming up that might be right up your alley:

  • This Friday: Miqedem Israeli Messianic music concert
  • This Saturday: meal and fellowship at Jon Kaplan’s new home
  • Sunday, April 29th: Night to Honor Israel, hosted by Christians United for Israel with music by Israel’s Chief Cantor, Shai Abramson
  • Friday, May 4th: A Night to Bless Israel with Jimmie Black

Details below. Thanks for reading!


Friday: Miqedem in concert

This Friday, April 20th, Israei Messianic music group Miqedem is in Minneapolis!

When: Friday, April 20th, doors open at 5pm
Where: North Heights Lutheran Church, 1700 Highway 96 West, Arden Hills, MN 55112
What: Miqedem concert, preceded by worship and dance by For His Name’s Sake

Please purchase a ticket to support Miqedem and their work.

Miqedem is one of my favorite bands: they set the Scriptures to an authentic Middle Eastern sound that is stirring and powerful. Here’s a taste: Halleluhu (Praise Him), a live performance of Psalm 150. Another of my favorites is Ta’amu (Taste), taken from Psalm 34’s command to “Taste and see that the Lord is good.”

I also like Miqedem because the two lead vocalists, Jamie Hilsden and Shai Sol, have awesome testimonies for Yeshua in Israel.

Jamie has led worship at King of Kings Community congregation in Jerusalem, where his dad is the lead pastor.

And Shai Sol, a young Messianic Jew from Ashdod, Israel, made waves in Israel when she, as a finalist on HaKochav Haba, Israel’s vocal talent show, boldly spoke about Yeshua on live Israeli television.

Really a cool crew with awesome music for Messiah!

If you’re interested in joining me at the event, you can purchase your ticket below:

Get your ticket to Miqedem


Saturday: Meal and fellowship at Jon Kaplan’s home

Coming to Tabernacle this Shabbat? After service, you’re invited to join Jon Kaplan in his new home for a meal and fellowship. Jon is bringing the food – all you need to do is bring yourself…and a chair.

When: This Saturday, April 21st, after Shabbat service (around 5pm)
Where: Jon Kaplan residence, 5600 Camerata Way, Apartment 106, St. Louis Park MN 55416
What: Meal and fellowship. Jon will be providing the food.
Bring: A chair for yourself

Jon will be present this shabbat at Tabernacle, so feel free to ask for more details then.


Christians United for Israel is hosting A Night to Bless Israel, with special guest speaker Richard Kemp and a musical performance by Israel’s chief cantor, Shai Abramson.

When: Sunday, April 29th, 6:30pm
Where: Living Word Church, 9201 75th AVE N, Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428
What: Guest speaker Richard Kepm and IDF chief cantor, Shai Abramson

Jimmie Black in concert

May 4th: A Night to Bless Israel with Jimmie Black

Messianic musician Jimmie Black will be coming to Minnesota, thanks to Bless Israel, the charity organization created by Tabernacle’s own Jerry & Gloria Whittlef.

When: Friday, May 4th, 6pm
Where: Savage Community Park, 13500 Dakota Ave S. Savage MN 55378
What: Shabbat meal, blessings, and worship with Jimmie Black
Bring: Bring an Israeli or Middle Eastern dish to share. Some examples: lamb, fish, couscous, shakshuka, falafel, Israeli salad, baba ghanoush.

Bring your whole family – we’ll share a holy meal together, bless our families together, pray and worship together with special guest Jimmie Black.

You may know Jimmie Black’s music as we play his songs at Tabernacle, such as “We Bown Down” and “I’m Coming Back to You“. Jimmie’s music is deep, heartfelt worship that will stir your heart toward the Lord.

We’re aiming to have a holy, peaceful, worship-filled shabbat evening as we bless Israel through charity and spend time in worship and prayer with Jimmie Black. I hope you’ll join us. The event is free, and we will provide an opportunity to donate to Israeli charities.

Thanks for reading!

Hope to see you at some of these holy events honoring God, His people, and His land.

Shalom in the God of Israel and His Messiah,


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