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Tel Aviv International Adventist Church Trip Department

Discovering the Land of the Bible.

We invite you on a Biblical Trip to Jerusalem this Coming July 13, 2024


Western Wall (Hakotel)

The Western Wall, also known as the “Wailing Wall” or the “Kotel”, is the most religious site in the world for the Jewish people. Located in the Old City of Jerusalem, it is the last remaining outer wall of the ancient Jewish temple, and an incredibly important site of modern Israeli history. Thousands of people of all faiths journey to the wall every year to visit and recite prayers. Traditionally, these prayers are either spoken or written down and placed in the cracks of the wall. The wall splits into two sections, one area for males and the other for females. King Herod built this wall in 20 BCE during an expansion of the Second Temple. When the Romans destroyed the temple in 70 CE, the support wall survived. For hundreds of years, people prayed in the small area of the wall that could be seen. In 1967, following the Six Day War, Israelis dug below the ground of the wall, exposing two more levels. They also cleared the area around the wall to create the Western Wall Plaza that visitors see today. In Matthew 24:2 Jesus predict the destruction of the temple (And Jesus said unto them, “See ye not all these things? Verily I say unto you, there shall not be left here one stone upon another that shall not be thrown down.”). The western wall though left standing is not a part of the temple, it is part of the wall encircling the temple. It is a testament to the accuracy of the word of God. God's word always come to past. ​ source:


Cenacle or The upper room

The Cenacle (from the Latin cenaculum, "dining room"), also known as the Upper Room (from the Koine Greek anagaion and hyperōion, both meaning "upper room"), is a room in Mount Zion in Jerusalem, just outside the Old City walls, traditionally held to be the site of the Last Supper, the final meal that, in the Gospel accounts, Jesus held with the apostles. According to the Christian Bible, the Cenacle was a place in which the apostles continued to gather after the Last Supper, and it was also the site where the Holy Spirit alighted upon the eleven apostles on Pentecost.[1] In Matthew 26:17-30, the night before Jesus was arrested. Jesus instituted the ceremony most Christians do today, the communion service. And in Acts Chapter two we can read when the apostles where filled with the Holy Spirit. ​ source: Wikipedia


Jesus tomb

also named the Garden Tomb, considered by some Protestants to be the empty tomb whence Jesus of Nazareth resurrected. This belief contrasts with an older tradition according to which the death and resurrection of Jesus occurred at a site known as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Garden Tomb is adjacent to a rocky knoll known as Skull Hill. In the mid-nineteenth century, some Christian scholars proposed that Skull Hill is Golgotha, where the Romans crucified Jesus. Accordingly, the Garden Tomb draws hundreds of thousands of annual visitors, especially Evangelicals and other Protestants.[1][2][3 The rock-cut tomb was unearthed in 1867. The Israeli archaeologist Gabriel Barkay points out that the tomb does not contain any features indicative of the 1st century CE, when Jesus was buried, and argues that the tomb was likely created in the 8th–7th centuries BCE.[7] The Italian archeologist Ricardo Lufrani argues instead that it should be dated to the Hellenistic era, the 4th–2nd centuries BCE. The re-use of old tombs was not an uncommon practice in ancient times, but this would seem to contradict the biblical text that speaks of a new, not reused, tomb made for himself by Joseph of Arimathea (Matthew 27:57–60, John 19:41). True location or not, it gives us an idea what a tomb in the time of Jesus look like. And the main take away is that, it is empty, Jesus have resurrected the third day and now in the heavenly sanctuary mediating for us. We are serving a living God, because God is a God of the living not of the dead (Matthew 22:32). ​ source: Wikipedia

Here are some important reminders for our tripers:

1. Only 1 bus is still available so it will be first come first serve. Kindly put your names as early as possible.

2. Deadline of Payment & cancelation should be done 1 week before the trip it will be ON JULY 6, 2024. 

If you cancel your reservation less than a week before the trip there will be NO RETURN POLICY.

Note: The trip department can lend money for those who really want to join the trip and you can return/pay the money back next salary.

3. We are strict with regards to our list. Names that are not on the list cannot join.

4. Kindly see the details of the Trip for further information.

5. If you have any concerns don't hesitate to contact the trip department staff.


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