Please follow this booking procedure if you are considering visiting Revive Israel.
The following information is for your help and guidance. Please read through carefully and you will find answers to most questions you might have. If the answers are not found below or in our FAQs page, please feel free to contact us directly.
What: Our team takes time regularly to wait upon God and to meet with Him. In this way we are equipped to be sent out into the world as we worship, pray, minister and give and receive teaching. We warmly welcome visitors to join us during these precious times, whether from Israel or overseas.
Please note we are not a congregation (see below for Shabbat congregation meetings), but rather an apostolic equipping and sending centre.
When: Every Monday and Thursday from 8.10am to 11.15am (please check with us directly for confirmation in case of exceptions).
Where: The two maps below provide a guide to our location.
Postal address – Revive Israel, Moshav Yad HaShmona, DN Judean Hills, 90895, Israel.
What to expect:
Welcome: A relaxed and warm welcome from members of our team.
Start time: 8.10am most Mondays and Thursdays.
Visitors are invited to arrive between 8am and 8.10am – but we understand if you are held up by traffic jams. Group leaders: please allow time to ensure prompt arrival given that traffic is often heavy.
Finish time: 11am
Language: Mostly Hebrew, while translation into English and a number of other languages is normal.
Programme: Usually a time of worship followed by a time of prophetic ministry – this might include prayer with individuals and groups, the laying on of hands, prophetic words to encourage, build up and strengthen.
A tea/ coffee break and then a short teaching followed by a main teaching from key staff.
Advance booking: For those who book in advance, we have the capacity to include you in a more focused time of ministry and equipping – especially if you are a large group. If you do not book and are coming alone or as a couple, you are of course also welcome.
Friends of RI: For those who come to strengthen relationship with the team, who are on a second visit, who are leaders of recognised ministries, who are part of the Tikkun family of ministries: we can sometimes arrange follow on teaching/ discussion/ fellowship/ a tour of the moshav and Biblical garden. This arrangement follows on from the main meeting and finishes before lunch.
Alternative days: 98% of the time we are not able to change the day of meeting because of team schedules. However, if it is really necessary for a large group to meet on a different day, you are welcome to ask.
Large groups: For groups of over 50 visitors we may need to book a larger hall on the moshav. The more advanced notice you can give us, the easier it is to make this arrangement.
Revive Israel does not usually have accommodation available to visitors. However, we have one small single room apartment which is sometimes available short-term for those who come to strengthen relationship with the team, who are on a second visit, who are leaders of recognised ministries, or who are part of our wider Tikkun family of ministries – please ask if this is you.
What we expect from visitors
- If you book as a group of 3 or more, we especially need you to keep to the arrangements
you make with us.
- If you need to change an arrangement we ask you to tell us a minimum of 5 working days
- Group leaders – please ensure that your group leaves their accommodation in time to
arrive here at 8am.
How to Prepare Yourself for a Visit to Revive Israel
We would like to send you a Welcome Pack, including a short welcome video and some introductory core teaching videos and texts to familiarize you with our ministry.
Individuals: click here to receive our Revive Israel Welcome Pack.
Group leaders: coming soon for Revive Israel group Welcome Packs.
If you are booking a visit with us you should receive emails about one month, one week and also one day before arrival – to confirm arrangements. If you are a large group, it is particularly important that you confirm your arrival in response to our email one week in advance.
There are many Messianic congregations in Israel that welcome visitors for Shabbat services on Friday evening or Saturday.
Revive Israel is in close relationship with a congregation in Jerusalem, Ahavat Yeshua (visiting groups only up to 8 people please – Hebrew only – no translation) and a congregation in Tel Aviv – Tiferet Yeshua. Both Ahavat Yeshua and Tiferet Yeshua would be pleased to welcome you to services if you are visiting the area – please be in direct contact with the congregations.
We really look forward to meeting with you and wish you a safe and pleasant trip!