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Our Prayer & Study tour offers an introduction to the modern State of Israel through its ancient history. The tour includes ancient Jewish sites (Shiloh, City of David and more) Christian sites (Capernaum, Garden of Gethsemane…) and sites related to the nation’s struggle for Independence in 1948 (Etzel Museum, Palmach Museum…). Whilst the Holocaust is an important element of the tour, which includes a behind-the-scenes time at Yad Vashem, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, more standard sites in Jerusalem and the Galilee are included too. This is a VIP tour for repeaters and newcomers alike!
Remarkably, the tour compresses a variety of sites and more importantly, Israeli people into a short space of time. We will be meeting an Israeli policy-maker at the Knesset (the Israeli Parliament), and a Holocaust survivor at Yad Vashem. We will hear young soldiers located on the Israeli border share their experiences of defending the country. We will hear about the ethics of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) from the man who teaches ethical conduct to the young soldiers.
We will be praying for the peace of Jerusalem at the Western Wall. We will be praying for the welfare of the nation as we tour strategic locations.
Come with us to celebrate Israel’s 70th birthday. Become a friend of not just Yad Vashem but of the Jewish State. Walk the Land at the time of Shavuot, New Testament’s Pentecost. In doing so, discover the Jewish roots of your Christian faith.
This is your personal invitation to join us in Prayer and Study to understand the ancient and the modern – prophecies fulfilled in our lifetime.
Visit to the Independence Hall. On the 14th of May 1948, the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel was signed in a small hall on Rothschild Avenue in Tel Aviv. This Independence Hall is part of the famous UNESCO World Heritage buildings built in Bauhaus style.
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