A group of Japanese visiting us

A group of Japanese visiting us

November 5, 2016 Shabbat service visited by the group from Japan. They shared a word, took part in the praise and worship, and testified about miraculous healings. At the end…
A Trip with the Youth to the North

A Trip with the Youth to the North

On October 20, 2016, the youth and the soldiers from our congregation went to the north of Israel. A trip by jeep through the mountains, to the waterfall called “Banias” and to Caesarea Philippi. They had fun spending time together and a good rest.

Simchat Torah at Our Congregation

Simchat Torah at Our Congregation

On October 24, 2016 we celebrated the Feast Simchat Torah (the Joy of the Torah) with dancing and singing. That’s when the cycle of the weekly Torah readings was completed. On that day, we read the final portion of the Torah and following we read the beginning chapter of Genesis again.

A Trip to Masada for New Immigrants

A Trip to Masada for New Immigrants

On October 25, 2016, the ministers of our congregation organized a trip for new immigrants to Masada.
Masada is an ancient fortress, which is located near the Israeli town Arad on the southern coast of the Dead Sea.

 

Sukkot Celebration with Holocaust Survivors

Sukkot Celebration with Holocaust Survivors

On October 9, 2016 at the "Return to Zion" congregation we celebrated the Sukkot-Feast together with Holocaust survivors. Our congregational leader, Leon Mazin, shared a word about the meaning of…
A Trip with the Kids to Galilee

A Trip with the Kids to Galilee

October 19-20, 2016 our teachers of the Sabbath School organized a trip for children to the places were Yeshua lived and ministered.
In Nazareth, where He spent his childhood, the children learned how to make olive oil and had a snack with pita and zater, one of the typical Israeli spices. They also visited Capernaum, where Yeshua taught in the synagogue, and where the disciple Peter lived as well as the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret), where He appointed His first disciples. The children made another stop in Bethsaida, near this city Yeshua taught and performed miracles, for example, feeding a large crowd with two fish and five loaves of bread. Capernaum has not been restored until this day (it did not accept the gospel; however, it has heard it and seen many miracles). At the end of the trip, the children went kayaking in the Jordan River. The children came home delighted.