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Tabernacle Ministries Jewish Gift Store offers one stop shopping for all your Judaic needs.


Celebrate Jewish holidays with authentic Judaic gifts from Tabernacle Ministries.  High quality, low priced Jewish gifts & religious items are imported directly from the land of Israel and Jerusalem.


We have beautiful Veils, Prayer Shawls and Jewelry for women & our large selection of Kippahs and Tallits are perfect gifts for any occasion.  Our Jewish Gift Store offers a wide variety of Shabbat & Menorah candle holders with many styles & colors to choose from.  We also have Jewish furniture, anointing oils, ram horns, key chains, Star of David jewelry, and other hard to find Jewish items.


Give someone you love a gift from Tabernacle Ministries' Jewish Gift Store.




Welcome to “The Tabernacle,” God’s dwelling place. May you experience the awesome presence of "Adonai" (The Lord), his son "Yeshua HaMashiach" (Jesus the Messiah), and the "Ruach HaKodesh" (Holy Spirit).


When Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt after being enslaved for four hundred and thirty years, he was instructed by God to lead them into the Promised Land, a land flowing with milk and honey, where they could live out the rest of their lives and serve the Living God, Adonai, the creator of the heavens and earth.

When Moses and the three million people, and their cattle, live stock and all of their belongings came to Mount Sinai, God called Moses to the top of the mountain to spend time with Him for forty days.  During this time, God gave Moses the Holy Ten Commandments, the instructions for life for all man, and also told him to build a Tabernacle after the pattern that He gave him.  It was to be a place where YHWH, God Himself, would dwell in fellowship with His people.  It would contain all the holy furniture that God Himself designed to be made after the likeness of the holy furniture in Heaven.  The outer court furniture consisted of the Brazen Altar, the alter of sacrifice, where a sacrifice would be made, to atone for the sins of all the people.  It also had the Brazen Laver, made from the ladies’ mirrors, where the priests would wash before entering the Holy Place.  They had to be clean, or they could not enter in. 

Inside the Holy Place, on the left, stood the Menorah, the Golden Lamp Stand, which had seven lamps of oil and burned continuously.  On the right stood the Table of Showbread, which consisted of twelve cakes of unleavened, which represented the twelve tribes of Israel.  It also had wine and frankincense.  The bread and wine were consumed once a week by the priests who attended the furniture in the Holy Place.  In the center stood the Golden Altar of Incense, where the incense was burned, as praise, prayer, and adoration to Adonai, as a sweet smelling savor unto His nostrils.

Behind the Altar of Incense was the Veil of Life, because the giver of all life, YHWH dwelled between the wings of the Cherubim on the Mercy Seat, on top of the Ark of the Covenant, inside the Holy of Holies.  This was where Aaron, Moses’ brother, the High Priest of Israel would go once a year and sprinkle the blood of the lamb that was sacrificed on the Brazen Altar, onto the Mercy Seat and Ark to make atonement for all the sins of Israel.  We know that Yeshua, Jesus Christ was the ultimate sacrifice; the Lamb that was slain, before the foundations of the earth, as the atonement for sin for all mankind.