LIFT UP YOUR HEAD CHURCH
Worship With Us
Our prayer meeting starts from 8pm-9pm on Mondays.
Bible studies starts from 8pm-9:30pm as you come you will be Blessed
Evangelism will start from 5-6pm
Sabbath service will be divided into two services first service starts from 9am till 11:30. second service will start from 12 pm till 3pm
OUR LEADERSHIP AND STAFF
Meet the Spiritual Team
PASTOR JEREMIAH SUNDAY DAIRO
Senior Pastor of LIFT UP YOUR HEAD
Pastor Kehinde Dairo
DEACONESS BRIDGET OLIVIER
Assistant Woman Leader
Children Department leader
BRO CHARLES OPOWNYA
Leader of ushering department
The Joy of Generosity
“It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35). At Lift Up Your Head Ministry, we encourage a culture of giving. Every gift makes an incredible difference to our incredible church, the people of Tel Aviv and our work in the world. Give a single gift online or in person, and you can even set up recurring donations. We are so grateful for your commitment and generosity.
A Thriving Congregation in Tel aviv ISRAEL
Lift up your head church is mainly aiming at winning souls and draw people and its members to Jesus Christ it being a Christian organization. We evangelize to non believers and other people of different religious groups of cults to accept our Savior Jesus Christ.
Since its inception Lift up your head church has gradually grown in membership from handful to hundreds and now positioned it self as one of the biggest churches in tel aviv and is now remarkably known for its generosity and tolerance towards refugees irrespective of the country and religion.
It has also raised a lot of hope to those that had been derailed and lost it and has nurtured many young generations and sensitized in on purposes of life, given advise to the youth about marital issues and also general counseling to the people who have devastated condition.
The Church has managed to raise and helped more than 12,000 refugees by the grace of God in the previous times since its existence.
In the edification of raising,it has literally clothed and sheltered all refugees who come to the Church