Israel Tour
 

April 5-14, 2021

Join Us

You're invited on an unforgettable 10-day tour and biblical journey through Israel. This tour will be hosted by Pastor Jeffery Portmann. Walk where Jesus walked, experience water baptism in the Jordan River and worship at the Sea of Galilee. We will also visit places such as Beersheva (Abraham and desert living), Caesarea (a port city in the book of Acts), Mt Carmel (Elijah vs prophets of Ba'al), Nazareth (the town where Jesus' family lived), Jerusalem, Masada and more! 

This trip is open to all friends and family of newhope church.

host

Dr. Jeffery Portmann
Lead Pastor
newhope church
Puyallup, WA
Logo - Newhope Church - Base Flat Logo-W

Itinerary

Flight schedule

Cost

Cost with Airfare: Coming Soon


Cost without Airfare: $2,870.00


Single Room Fee: $770.00

*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

April 6

Beersheva, Israel: Desert Iris Hotel

April 7

Beersheva, Israel: Kfar Hanokdim (tents)

 

April 8 - 9 
Tiberias, Israel: Magdala Hotel

April 10 - 14
Jerusalem, Israel: Prima Kings Jerusalem

Important dates

Registration Deadline | $400 Deposit:

October 2, 2020

Travel Forms | Full Balance Due: January 4, 2021

*After full balance due date, all monies are 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!

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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