This dish is brought to you by Chef Moti David of Adom in Jerusalem! He shows you how to make a popular street food loved by Jews on Sabbath morning – sabich.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Zelig has reached the impressive age of 101 years and is still mentally sharp. He lives alone in a small apartment and spends most of his days at home because he’s lost his agility and strength. Unfortunately, his small social security income isn’t enough to afford all the basic necessities. Learn how The Fellowship is helping.
Did you know that more people die from unclean water than war? Millions of people lack safe drinking water worldwide, but Israeli innovators are changing this reality. Today, on World Water Day (March 22), learn how Israel teaches communities around the world about their lifesaving water technologies.
While distributing winter aid to elderly Israelis, Yael pays a visit to Chana, an aging Jewish woman who made aliyah (immigrated) from Iraq, and who depends on the help The Fellowship's faithful friends provide.
The shrine at the site believed to be Jesus' tomb has been restored and unveiled at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
The story of Kazimiera Strzalka, a Polish Christian woman who saved a young Jewish boy from certain death at the hands of the Nazis.
If you’re one of the 22 million Americans that the American Sleep Apnea Association estimates are suffering from the condition, it’s likely you’ve had an overnight test in a sleep lab hooked up to uncomfortable tubes and wires. Thankfully, new Israeli technology is offering hope for wider and less invasive diagnoses with a device that can detect sleep disorders while you’re awake, at home, and not hooked up to any machines.
The Fellowship has supported Hadassah Medical Center for many years, giving this respected hospital the funds to purchase equipment and build facilities to provide the very best care for the residents of Jerusalem and the surrounding communities. We recently donated another $1 million to Hadassah for the purchase of an MRI machine.
In 614 CE, Christian residents hid their valuables on the main route marched by Jewish and Sassanid soldiers during the Persian conquest of Jerusalem. Today, researchers have found a collection of coins that were hidden.
Which is more important – the whole or its parts? We all know that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, but it is equally true that the value of the whole is completely determined by the value of its parts. So which is more important? Todays' Torah portion offers some perspective on this question we face every day.