Exploring the world of the bible

Israel | greece

October 20 - November 1, 2019

Join Us

Join churches, groups, and families from all across the country for a 13-day tour and biblical journey through the land of Israel and Greece. The trip will be led and hosted by Dr. Michael Jaffe, Professor of Preaching & Church Leadership at Evangel University (Springfield, MO).  

Dr. Michael Jaffe

Professor of Preaching & Church Leadership

Evangel University

(Springfield, MO)

Itinerary

Flight schedule

Cost

Cost with Airfare: 

New York (JFK) Departure: $4,660.00 

Chicago (ORD) Departure: $4,570.00

Cost without Airfare: $3,515.00

Single Room Fee: $1,095.00

*A $400 non-refundable deposit is due at time of registration. By submitting a deposit, you consent to the terms on the travel forms and to the general program information.

Accommodations 

October 21    
Beersheva, Israel: Leonardo Negev

October 22 
Netanya, Israel: West Lagoon  

October 23 - 24
Tiberias, Israel: Sea of Galilee Hotel

October 25 - 28
Jerusalem, Israel: Prima Kings

Israel
greece

October 29 - 31
Athens, Greece: Parthenon Hotel

Important dates

Registration | $400 Deposit: April 15, 2019

Travel Forms | Full Balance: July 15, 2019

*All money paid by the final balance deadline is non-refundable.

What's Next:

Book

Found the trip you want to join? Book your trip online or call our offices at 1-855-700-CHLS (2457).

Turn in Travel Documentation

Submit all travel documentation.

Pack your bags!

You've booked your trip, turned in all travel documentation, now you're ready to pack your bags and adventure to the lands of the Bible!

FAQ's and General Program Information

Travel Forms & Documents: Printable - Online

Parental Consent Form

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday

8am - 4:30pm (CST)

Center for
Holy Lands Studies

1445 N Boonville Ave

Springfield, MO 65802

 

info@holylandsstudies.org

1-855-700-CHLS (2457)

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