Evening for Holocaust survivers

Evening for Holocaust survivers

To people who survived the horror of the Holocaust, perhaps, all Israelis have a special reverent attitude. Grandmothers and grandfathers, mothers and fathers - they shed many tears on the…
House of Art Graduation

House of Art Graduation

Here in Israel, the New Year can be celebrated many times, first - our Jewish New Year - Rosh Hashanah, then New Year of the Trees - Tu B'Shevat, also…
א-Aleph Club

א-Aleph Club

Despite the quarantines, epidemics, and restrictions, the flow of new immigrants to Israel does not end. As before, most of them come from Russian-speaking countries. The Aleph program is a…
Humanitarian warehouse

Humanitarian warehouse

After a short pause, the humanitarian aid warehouse reopens its doors to those in need. Here new immigrants will always be able to find the necessary things and get advice…
Feast of Tabernacles

Feast of Tabernacles

During the Sukkoth Feast (Feast of Tabernacles), a wonderful event for new immigrants was held in our congregation. Over thirty people attended.  We spoke about the meaning of this fall…
Helping those in need

Helping those in need

Every week, over 40 new repatriates came to the humanitarian aid warehouse located at the “Return to Zion” congregation. These are mainly parents with large families, single parents and elderly…
The power of the  synergy

The power of the synergy

We, as a ministry with many years of experience, know that power is in synergy! Scripture says about marriage that "a thread twisted in three will not break soon," but…
“Rainbaw of Sounds”

“Rainbaw of Sounds”

"Rainbaw of Sounds" - it's one of the important parts of our ministry which helps people to recognize the Creator through the creativity of his creation. We are grateful to…
Are those labor pains?

Are those labor pains?

Those who have given birth or witnessed childbirth know about the ambiguity of labor pains. Sometimes it seems that the time has come, but childbirth comes only after a while.…
Liberty!

Liberty!

   I was born in the USSR in 1968. And at the age of 13 or 14 I noticed a problem. People were not saying what they thought; they were…