Church Community Tours

In addition to walking in the footsteps of Jesus in the traditional sacred sites, Church Community Tours give insights into ancient Jewish life that allow travelers to view Jesus’ teachings in the context of the society in which He lived. The tours also provide a window into the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith through traditional Shabbat experiences, Torah lessons with Rabbis, and visits to sacred Jewish sites. Pilgrimage tours should not just look at the past, for God did not stop acting 2,000 years ago – He acts today, and He acts now.

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Kfar Kedem

Visit to Biblical Kfar Kedem, a hands-on experiences that transport guests to life on a Jewish village in the Galilee two thousand years ago. A community of Orthodox Jewish families has created a holistic experience, involving the actual production of household staples such as milk, wool, and bread from scratch as in biblical times.

Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation

Visit the CJCUC (Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation). The CJCUC is a unique center, established by orthodox Jews who want to recuperate and deepen Christian-Jewish relations. Take part in a Bible teaching with a rabbi.

Hebron

Visit Hebron, one of the four holy cities in Israel. Walk in the footsteps of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joshua and King David. Visit the Tomb of Machpelah, where the patriarchs and matriarchs of the people of Israel are buried.

Mount of Beatitudes

Visit the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount

Sea of Galilee

The Sea of Galilee is the biggest sweet water reservoir of Israel and is known from many Bible stories. Enjoy a boat ride over the sea.

Via Dolorosa

Walk the Via Dolorosa, the way that Jesus went before he was crucified, ending in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built on the site where the crucifixion of Jesus on Golgotha is marked.

Nazareth Village

A visit to Nazareth Village, a hands-on experiences that transport guests to life on a Jewish village in the Galilee two thousand years ago.

Haas Promenade

A panoramic view over the Kidron Valley and Jerusalem’s Old City from the Haas Promenade. Study the prophecies about the Kidron Valley, also called the Valley of Josafat. Discover how Jerusalem is a stumbling stone for the nations, as prophesied in Isaiah 8:14.

Church of the Nativity - Bethlehem

A visit to the Church of the Nativity, a combination of two ancient Byzantine churches and a crypt beneath—the Grotto of the Nativity where tradition states that Jesus of Nazareth was born.

Biblical City of David

Visit to the Biblical City of David, the very roots of Jerusalem, where archeology confirms the Bible: an in-depth examination of seminal Biblical texts in the midst of one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in the world.

Ceasarea Maritima

Explore historic Caesarea Maritima, the Roman Capital of Judea, where Peter followed God's leading to visit Cornelius (Acts 10) and where he proclaimed the gospel to the Romans (Acts 24-26).

Garden Tomb

Visit the Garden Tomb. This ancient cemetery is a moving site in which to recall the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. Spend time in these peaceful garden surroundings in prayer, song, fellowship and communion.

Capernaum

“Leaving Nazareth, he (Jesus) went and lived in Capernaum. From that time he began to preach” (Matthew 4: 13,17). Visit the ruins of Capernaum, the home of Jesus as well as the apostles Peter, Andrew, James and John and the tax collector Matthew.

Mount of Olives

"And the glory of the Lord went up from the midst of the city, and stood upon the mountain which is on the east side of the city" (Ezekiel 11:23). Drive to the tip of the Mount of Olives, known as the site from where Jesus ascended to heaven after his resurrection. Panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives and descend to the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed on the night of his betrayal