Project Spotlight: Rabbi Eckstein Asks for Support in Brazil

Project Spotlight: Rabbi Eckstein Asks for Support in Brazil

Credit:Rabbi Eckstein speaks at the Baptist Church of Jardim Sao Paolo (Photo: Ricardo Dutra)

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein finished his two-week Brazil trip last week, and he is thrilled by the outpouring of love and support he received from our Christian friends belonging to the many churches he visited around the country. He spoke about The Fellowship‘s mission to build bridges between Christians and Jews and the lifesaving projects we sponsor to help Jews in Israel and around the world.

Rabbi Eckstein spoke and connected with many churches throughout Brazil: The Way of the Trees Baptist Church in Salvador, Bahia; the Baptist Church of Jardim Sao Paulo and the Assembly of God Victory in Christ Recife, in Recife, Pernambuco; the Getsemani Baptist Church in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais; the Calvary Evangelical Church and Light of Life Church in Brusque, the Assembly of God More of Christ in Florianopolis, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of God Church in Balneario Camboriu, all in Santa Catarina.

Thank you for your prayers and support during Rabbi Eckstein’s trip. We are happy to welcome him back home and feel thankful for his safe and successful visit.

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