Fellowship Bridge Blog

Western Wall, Lost Tribe of Dan

Fellowship Blog

Project Spotlight: Olim From the Lost Tribe of Dan Visit Western Wall

Recently, new olim from the lost tribe of Dan in Ethiopia visited and prayed at the Western Wall for the very first time with Yael!

Fishing boat of Henry and Ellen Thomsen

Fellowship Blog

Fishing Boat to Freedom

Henry and Ellen Thomsen saved Jews during the Holocaust by ferrying them to Sweden aboard a fishing boat, an act which cost Henry his life.

Russian children during WWII who suffered through air raids and famine

Fellowship Blog

From Holocaust to Famine

The famine that followed World War II proved to be nearly as horrible as the Nazi atrocities that Holocaust survivors had just endured.

snow on streets of Jerusalem

Fellowship Blog

The Unexpected History Behind Jerusalem’s Street Names

The street names in Jerusalem celebrate its rich biblical history and honor the influential people who took part in local and Jewish history.

Loneliness, elderly woman

Fellowship Blog

Faces of The Fellowship: Miryam Finds Hope Amid Loneliness

Loneliness has always haunted 85-year-old Miryam. “I’m dying of loneliness," she told Fellowship volunteers who came with food and care.

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