Yulia Mitnisky

Yulia Mitnisky Tel Aviv


Yulia Mitnitsky was born and raised in Moscow in a secular Jewish family. Although her parents were atheists and did not have a Torah or a Bible in their home, as a child, Yulia always believed in God. At the age of 13, she opened her heart to Jesus. She was discipled by a Christian children’s ministry where she actively volunteered up until her immigration to Israel in 2010.

At the age of 19, Yulia was introduced to the ministry of Jews for Jesus and was invited to take part in two big summer witnessing campaigns in New York City. There, in 2009, she met her future husband, Vladimir. They were married a year later, and Yulia made aliyah (immigrated) to Israel and joined the Jews for Jesus ministry. They now have two children: Netanel and Odeya.

Yulia has been part of the children, youth, and young adult ministry, serving primarily as a minister to children, organizing and leading Bible clubs, holiday events, and summer Vacation Bible School (VBS) camps. Apart from that, she has been involved in organizing and carrying out various community events at the Moishe Rosen Center in Tel Aviv.