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Israel Center Travel

Israel Center: TravelEach Jew must establish a personal connection to our land. Praying at the Western Wall, walking among the ruins of Masada, witnessing the renaissance cities of Haifa and Tel Aviv, even scuba diving in Eilat, all contribute to our sense of the breadth of our Jewish home. By providing organized tours to Israel, the Center will allow each Jew to make this connection. Our trips will emphasize the spiritual, political, social, commercial, artistic and cultural aspects of our land, and will be available to all age groups. Traditions are built by those who offer hand and heart, and walking our land will strengthen those traditions for us and for our children.

 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Wish the Nazarian fellows nesiah tovah as they travel throughout Israel from December 23rd 2012 - early January 2013.

More details of the trip to follow, and you can follow our daily updates here - on the Nazarian 2012-13 page!

With our 8th grade Sinai Akiba Academy students (underwritten by our Grandparents Association) nesiah tovah as they travel throughout Israel in March!

 

 

For all programs, more details to follow!
For more information about the Sinai Temple Israel Center and our programs, please contact Rabbi Nicole Guzik at nguzik@sinaitemple.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


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