IFCJ in the News
The Fellowship celebrated Hanukkah with new olim (immigrants) from Ukraine who just arrived in Israel on a Fellowship Freedom Flight! They lit a menorah in the airport to observe the special Jewish holiday and can't wait to continue celebrating all the Jewish holidays in the Holy Land!
Because of the social assistance The Fellowship provides Israel and Jewish people around the world, as well as the bridges it builds between Christians and Jews, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein has been named the 23rd most influential Jew by The Jerusalem Post.
Rabbi Simon L. "Sy" Eckstein, a beloved Canadian-Jewish leader and renowned psychologist and authority in the field of gerontology, passed away at his Jerusalem home today, Sept. 24. He was 96. He was the father of Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, the founder and president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
An African-American church group and a celebrated gospel singer will visit the Holy Land on a Fellowship-hosted bridge-building trip.
Nearly 150 new olim (immigrants) made aliyah from France yesterday aboard the latest Freedom Flight made possible by The Fellowship and our faithful supporters.
At a Fellowship-hosted event ahead of Israel Memorial Day, families of terror victims came together in Jerusalem.
Since the beginning of IFCJ's Winter Warmth campaign, thousands of elderly have received the lifesaving winter warmth they need to survive the bitter winter. And with this support, IFCJ receives many thank you letters, showing how much the elderly and their families appreciate our winter aid.
On Thursday evening, February 11, Rabbi Eckstein and his wife, Joelle, were honored at the Women's International Zionist Organization (WIZO) Annual Gala 2016, "Walk with Heroes" in Hollywood, Florida.
Leaders on the Fellowship-sponsored PNBC tour of Israel visited the Yemin Orde IDF-Prep program for girls, which helps young women from disadvantaged backgrounds grow into successful young Israelis
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