Christians’ Israel Public Action Campaign

 

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Mission Statement

Christians’ Israel Public Action Campaign (CIPAC) represents Christians and Jews in the United States and worldwide who recognize the People and the State of Israel as the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.

 


 

Mission to Israel:  September 2, 2016

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To explore the beauty of the country, the people, the arts, the archeology, the innovations, the technological superiority, the history, the bases and much much more…

Come and join me on this unique mission of a lifetime – at a special – all inclusive price of $3,987.00 – including air form east and west coast ports (JFK and LAX), all land arrangements and entrance fees, tips and taxes, based on at least 18 people (subject to any unexpected changes in airfares).

We will be staying in amazing, all high class hotels in Yaffo, Tiberias and Jerusalem. Click here for complete itinerary.

To sign up for this limited time offer or ask travel related questions, call Ofra, our Israeli tour organizer at 888-836-2828 or email her at info@galileetravel.com. Website is www.galileetravel.com. Please hurry and reserve your place – send your deposit of only $250.00 along with your reservation form to 6521 Wilmett Road, Bethesda, MD 20817-2342 or pay it via PayPal at www.mercl.org.

For other matters and special requests, please call me at 202-425-4009 or email me at rahmercl@starpower.net.

I look forward to greeting you all at the airport, as we land, and make it the best mission ever!!!

 

Richard

ITINERARY

tel-aviv-office-block-1-1218497Friday, September 2 – Depart the US from Newark or LAX with others on mission.

Saturday, Sept. 3 – Arrive Ben Gurion to be greeted by guide for quick trip to Jaffa boutique hotel. Short stroll to dine with VIP guests. OK: sleep a bit!

Sunday, Sept. 4 – Arise to Med views over breakfast, then drive South to tour Kibbutz Hatzerim and Air Force Museum with special guides to historic highlights. Visit Israelis relocated from Sinai due to 1982 peace treaty with Egypt and 2005 Gaza withdrawal. Return Tel Aviv to see Hall where Israel’s 1948 independence declared and famed Tel Aviv Museum. See UNESCO World Heritage Site White City Bauhaus buildings; and meet noted dinner guests for dialogue before second restful overnight.

Monday, Sept. 5 – Drive to Samaria to visit friends at Ariel’s museum and in Sha’are Tikva home for desserts and coffee before tour with mayor. Return to Jaffa’s narrow lanes, unique art galleries and port on walk to discuss culinary arts with chef over dinner before last Jaffa rest.

Tuesday, Sept. 6 – North to view Caesarea and other Med coastline towns on way to Haifa to see Elijah’s Mt. Carmel, Baha’i Gardens with super view of the North – and to board Navy ship at base. After lunch on to Megiddo (“Armageddon” and Eli’s jewelry) and Gideon’s Spring, all before Tiberias boutique hotel for dinner, swim and well-deserved night’s rest.

Wednesday, Sept. 7 – Explore Golan from Mt. Bental, Valley of Tears, Gamla, and Golan’s ancient “Stonehenge”, to Katzrin, the lovely capital, for multimedia Golan Magic display, then Da Karina Chocolate Factory or winery and more. Back to hotel for Dinner, discourse (diamonds?) and good rest.

Thursday, Sept. 8 – Start with Yardenit Jordan baptismal (or shopping option). On to Magdala dig to see new discoveries. Embark at Kibbutz En Gedi Jesus boat museum in boat to Capernaum. Ascend Beatitudes Mt. for views. After sea lunch, visit Beit Shean Roman dig, on way to Jordan Valley up to Jerusalem. Dinner talks with special guest at hotel and night’s rest.

Friday, Sept. 9 – Garden Tomb for Communion (or shopping ). On to Judea to meet Israelis in such towns as Tekoa, Efrat, and Hebron. Evening dinner discussions and second overnight in Jerusalem.

camel-near-jaffa-gate-jerusalem-1364457Saturday, Sept. 10 – Coach down to Salt (not Dead) Sea for Judean desert views, camel rides, Masada ascent, Ein Gedi Falls, and Qumran Dead Sea scrolls site and return for dinner and overnight.

Sunday, Sept. 11 – Old City Kotel and tunnels, Temple Mt. , Greek, Catholic Russian and Christ churches (each if open) for architecture and art. Then on to such New City sites as the Knesset, High Court, Yad Vashem and Israel Museums. Ben Yehuda shopping mall and our friends’ home Jewelry workshop. Gala farewell dinner and final night’s rest in Jerusalem.

Monday, Sept. 12 – Last breakfast and on to memory-filled flights home.

 

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