While we do not provide these services, we strongly recommend Sar El Tours for your trip planning consideration.
In Israel, the spring and fall feasts are family events that are most often celebrated in the home. Local congregations rarely, if ever, host large services open to the public on the feast days themselves. With that said, if you are hoping to connect with the local body of believers in Israel, we do not recommend that you plan your visit during these times. Unless you have prearranged plans with family and/or friends in Israel, we cannot provide an invitation to a private family celebration.
In some cases, if invited in advance to a conference in Israel, Asher and the team are prepared to come teach and minister. However, for tour groups it is much preferable that you come to our morning sessions in our prayer room. If you would like to plan a visit, please contact us in advance through the contact form below.
While we welcome visitors to our congregation, we must also inform you that due to our vision for the congregation to provide and maintain a Israeli-Jewish atmosphere as well as a Shabbat experience for our local community, we only offer limited translation and arrangements must be made in advance. In addition, due to limited seating, we are not able to accommodate groups larger than 10.
For more information, please contact: [email protected]
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There are a number of articles on a variety of subjects for your perusal and self-education that we have published in our blog.
While we do not offer a regular program, there are many opportunities to volunteer with us. If you are interested in volunteering at our ministry center and surrounding community, or in translation work, please contact Raphael.
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Revive Israel and Yad Hashmona are separate legal entities. Revive Israel is a non-profit organization located on the property of Moshav Yad Hashmona. Yad Hashmona is a residential community with a number of businesses as well as its own non-profit organization.
Several of our team members are also moshav members that own and live in some of the newly built homes at Yad Hashmona: Asher and Betty, Youval and Valerie, Andrew and Shani, and Ilana and her family.
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Please contact our translation coordinator here. Please also note that all translation work is strictly volunteer.
Unfortunately, due to Asher’s schedule it is unlikely, if not impossible, to arrange a personal and/or private meeting.
However, Asher can often be found in the Revive Israel worship room during the Revive Israel team’s morning worship and prayer times. He often teaches during the second part of the morning session as well.
NOTE: Asher’s teaching schedule changes from week to week so be sure to coordinate with us through the contact form below if you are planning a visit and would like to come and hear Asher teach.