GOOD NEWS for all future non-Jewish pilgrims:

 

A city hall official extended a warm welcome

to all who come to celebrate the mo'edim in Jerusalem.

 

He emphasized this through offering the city hall's support for Camp Ephraim in finding accomodation for non-Jewish pilgrims that come up to Jerusalem for the mo'edim.

 

 

Coming up:

Shavuot 2020, May 31st                            (no camp)

Sukkot 2020, October 3-10                       (camp planned)

Pesach 2021, March 27 - April 3th            (camp planned)

"I am pleased with those who say to me, let us go to the house of YHVH!

   now our feet are in your gates, Jerusalem, [...]
   where the tribes go up, the tribes of YHVH."
Ps 122 King David

Welcome ! ברוכים הבאים

 

During the Pesach week and the Sukkot week

there will be an open meeting

at Independence Park

on Shabbat from early afternoon onwards.

 

          (subject to restrictions according to changing regulations in regards to COVID-19)

 

 

 

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For current information please contact us at:

 

register@campephraim.org

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 What voice does your heart follow?
 
 "It is too much for you to go up to Jerusalem."  1 Kings 12:28
 Jeroboam (1st King of the Northern Kingdom)
 
"Jerusalem, Jerusalem, [...]
   how many times did I want to gather your children, [...] but you did not want!" Mt 23, 37
 Yeshua (King of Judah)
 
"Give YHWH your hand and come to his sanctuary,
   so that your brethren and your children will find mercy,
   so that they may return to this land."
2 Chr. 30
Hezekiah (King of Judah)
 
"I am pleased with those who say to me, let us go to the house of YHVH!
   now our feet are in your gates, Jerusalem, [...]
   where the tribes go up, the tribes of YHVH."
Ps 122
David (King of Judah)
 
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