Hanukkah event for children

Our Ministry by the Name "Return to Zion" together with the co-workers of our Music and Art-School “Rainbow of Sounds”, organized various activities for children ages 8 to 13 during their Hanukkah holidays (December 13-19, 2017). These activities were amid to reach out to those who have recently returned to Zion, the new immigrants. The program consisted of creative activiti...
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Heartwarming family seminar for couples

We begin our winter in 2017 with a heartwarming family seminar for couples, dedicated to relationships between husbands and wives. It was led by our dear friends Igor and Naomi Shreidman from Ashdod. The seminar was intended for couples who are already married, as well as for those who are on the threshold of the important decision to get married and start a family. Igor and Na...
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Guided Tour on the Theme of the “Sermon on the Mount”

November 17, 2017   Our evangelism team has continued our tradition of providing guided tours of Israel for new Olim who have recently returned to Israel. First of all we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the "Orr BaAretz" Organization [meaning "Light in the Land"] for making this event possible.   The schedule of the guided tour included visiting a...
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Immersion in the Jordan River

On October 27, 2017, those wishing to be immersed in the Jordan River (baptized) , and guests of our congregation from Kazakhstan went to the Galilee, the very place where, according to one version, Yeshua himself was immersed  by Johannan. It was such a joy to witness young people who decided to commit themselves and live with God.  Following this event, everyone us...
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Concert at the “Rainbow of Sounds” Music-School

On July 6, 2017 students from our music school, Keshet Tsilim (Rainbow of Sounds - from Hebrew), performed a warm concert in our sanctuary.  This was an opportunity where they were able to present everything they had learned during the past school year. Through music lessons, dancing, and painting, the school aims to express to children and adults joy and a range o...
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Passover celebration for new immigrants

April 16, 2017 For the new immigrants, we organized an introductory evening for Passover and Jewish tradition with worship songs, the Passover Seder, which includes the Passover Seder plate (matzah, egg, bitter herbs, charoset, celery, shank bone), and the explanation of its meaning.  The words from the prophet Isaiah of the return of Jewish people to their promised land ...
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trip to biblical sites for new immigrants

On April 13th, 2017, our outreach team organized a trip to biblical sites for new immigrants:  Mukhraqa, Migdal, the mount of Beatitudes.  There was not an empty seat on the bus, which was due to the holiday – Passover.  After the story of the prophet Elijah, all were invited to pray for the people of Israel and the land of Israel.  Raising their hands each ...
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From Latrun to Jerusalem. Educational trip for new immigrants

Our team continues the tradition of educational trips for new immigrants around Israel.  We would like to express our gratitude to the Messianic Center "Beit Sar Shalom" in Jerusalem, which is sponsoring them.  The excursion included a visit to several places associated with the events described in the New Testament.  The first one in line was a special place - t...
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Korean Culture Evenings at “Return to Tzion”

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...
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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 discipl...
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