A new exhibit at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem is taking a close-up look at a key figure in the city’s history: Jesus.
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During an excavation at Sussita in the Golan Heights region of Israel, researchers found an ancient community theater. This archaeological site was once a prominent Roman city with the same name, and researchers believe religious ceremonies were held at the theater.
Earlier this morning, Rabbi Eckstein offered a heartfelt prayer for the U.S. and for President Trump. May we all hold our country and this transition in our prayers.
Pnina Salzman was an Israeli classical pianist and piano teacher.
Israeli researchers found a pendant belonging to a young girl who died in a Poland extermination camp – and it looks almost identical to the one Anne Frank had worn. Researchers wonder if the two girls were possibly related.
This past weekend, Rabbi Eckstein was awarded the Cohon Memorial Foundation Award for his years of work, through The Fellowship, to benefit the Jewish people.
Tahini is a popular Israeli spread made out of crushed sesame seeds. Try this recipe brought to you by Molly Yeh and The Jewish Week that combines nutty tahini with chocolate to make delicious mini cakes!
Ana is a 92-year-old woman from Belarus living alone in Israel. She participates in The Fellowship’s With Dignity and Fellowship project, which provides impoverished elderly assistance with food, medicine, and companionship. Ana also receives monthly deliveries from The Fellowship’s virtual supermarket, which offers elderly who are strong enough to cook but too weak to go shopping an opportunity to order food for free.
A friend of The Fellowship from the United Kingdom prays not only for Jerusalem and her people, but that God will lift up leaders from other nations to stand with Israel.
Fellowship Freedom Flights have helped thousands of Jewish people make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) in recent years. While the flight to the Holy Land is a big part of what we provide for these immigrants, it’s certainly not the only thing we provide. In order to help prepare new olim (immigrants) for the first stage of their new lives in Israel, and to guarantee their absorption will be ultimately successful, we host aliyah seminars, a series of informative lectures by experts in the field about their first steps in Israel, including job searching and navigating the health care and education system in Israel.