Walking the Living Stones: A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
Holy Land 2023
with The Fran Park Center
Holy Land 2023 with The Fran Park Center
*Optional Post-Trip Extension Tour to Jordan (Nov 8 - 11)
(Space is limited, registration will close as soon as the tour has reached capacity)
Travelers registered for the previous tour should email [email protected] to confirm your participation and have your credit applied.
*Pricing: $4,600 USD per person
*Prices are per person and based on double occupancy. Single room supplement is $1,230 (limited availability).
**Note that deposits are non-refundable (creditable towards a future tour per the terms and conditions) unless the tour does meet the minimum number needed to run.
The Holy Land is often called “the fifth gospel,” as it tells the “on the ground” story of Israel, Jesus, and the encounter of world religions. We will walk the ancient stones, meet “living stones,” and learn of God. This trip is sponsored by the Fran Park Center for Faith and Life and will be led by our Director, Dr. Wesley Avram, who has had extensive experience in the Holy Land, our Associate Director, Dr. Michael Hegeman is the biblical scholar of the trip and Rev. Erik Khoobyarian is the logistics chaplain. Park Center Administrator, Kelly McGinn, will serve as our U.S. contact.
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Do not book your flight until you receive the tour confirmation email from us. This tour requires a minimum number of travelers to run and we will send out the tour confirmation (and update this note on the webpage) as soon as we have met that number.
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All the trips we take are educational and geared towards cultural immersion, and that’s true of MEJDI. But none are so first hand and intentionally personal as the MEJDI tour guides are.
You come away hopeful because the tour guides can have such different backgrounds and experiences and opinions and still respect each other, And, they introduce you to groups that are working to spread that throughout the world.