On October 27-28, 2016 a Korean group of 40 people organized cultural evenings in our congregation. The first evening was organized for Holocaust Survivors and their families. The second evening was for the members of our congregation. They prepared an interesting and colorful program: traditional singing and dancing, drumming, origami, hairstyling and of course tasty dishes of Korean food.
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.