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Sanctuary International Fellowship Tabernacle - SIFT

Sanctuary International Fellowship Tabernacle - SIFT

Non-Denominational / Independent
405 East Six Forks Road
Raleigh, NC 27609

Sanctuary International Fellowship Tabernacle - SIFT is a small church located in Raleigh, NC. Our church was founded in 2013 and is Non-Denominational / Independent.

What to Expect at Sanctuary International Fellowship Tabernacle - SIFT


Apostle Dr. Lee Ann B. Marino

Service Times:

Sunday 11:00am
Tuesday Praise Break 12:00pm
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm
Wednesday Seminary Class 8:00pm

Service Details

  • Formal and informal attire most common
  • Blend of traditional and contemporary worship style
  • Communion
  • Altar call or invitation
  • Location: Wake County
  • Parking: Private lot
  • Saturday evening service: No
  • Multi-site church: No
  • Primary language used: English
  • Services also offered in: Spanish; French

Ministries and Programs

  • Nursery
  • Children's ministry
  • Youth or teen ministry
  • Weekly small groups
  • Adult education
  • Counseling services
  • Men/women's ministry
  • Weekday preschool
  • Prison ministry
  • Radio ministry
  • TV ministry
  • Other ministries and programs: HIV Testing; Seminary; Leadership Development; Leadership Internships; Dance Ministry; Weekday Prayer

Additional Info About Our Church

We are here. We love people. We love you. We welcome you. We are here. We love seeing lives changed, transformed, and empowered! Caught up in the struggles of our age and the changing times, many churches are abandoning true spiritual flow in favor of politics, traditions, rules, and regulations. Here we welcome the Spirit, we welcome the Spirit's activity, and we seek to see the Spirit move and change your life. God is not distant, far away, or uninterested in humanity. As we make ourselves busy with the work of God, we set ourselves to be the hands and feet of Jesus, serving this world and its needs in our time.


Sanctuary International Fellowship Tabernacle - SIFT seeks to provide a place of spiritual and natural refuge; a place where God can dwell, living and active in the hearts and presence of those who are His people. We believe that as the Kingdom of God is within, among, and around believers (Luke 17:20-21), the Kingdom of God should be made manifest, powerful, living, and active when those who seek Him come together in one place. We believe this happens as we come with open hearts to cry, "Abba, Father!" (Romans 8:15), as we extend our hearts, our hands, our service to both heaven and our neighbor, in grace, truth, and love. As a result, we reach out to provide shelter to the homeless, food to the hungry, clothing to the naked, drink to the thirsty, healing to the hurting, help to the sick, and assistance to those in prison. We offer not just spiritual provision, but natural, as well, and in training our staff thoroughly and completely for ministry, present in the world over. We are about creating connection: Love of God for those who seek it (John 3:16, Galatians 2:20, 1 John 4:9-11); family for those who need it (Psalm 68:6; Ephesians 2:19-22); support for those who desire it (1 Thessalonians 5:11, 1 peter 4:8-10); and purpose for those who pray to develop it (Exodus 9:16, Romans 8:28, Philippians 2:12-13). It is our desire to remind all people that with God, all things are truly possible to those who believe (Matthew 19:26, Mark 9:23, Mark 10:27, Romans 8:31, Philippians 4:13).


We seek a new day in the Kingdom of God, one that is relevant for our times and still connects us to the "ancient paths," so that we never forget our history, nor where we have come from (Proverbs 23:10, Isaiah 30:21, Jeremiah 18:15, Jeremiah 25:5). We believe the Kingdom of God becomes a reality, one soul, one impacted life, and one loving action at a time. Here in this place of spiritual safety and truth, we ourselves learn how to better exemplify our call as temples of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 3:9, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20), thus making us a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people, and a holy Body of believers, one in faith, hope, and love (Ephesians 4:1-32, 1 Peter 2:9).


To create a Sanctuary, that He may dwell therein; To proclaim the Kingdom of God is at hand

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405 E Six Forks Rd, Raleigh NC 27609
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