CMEP’s Annual Holy Land Journey 2017

 
 
Journey to Holy Land as part of this multiple perspective pilgrimage. Facilitated by two guides, one Israeli and one Palestinian, experience the sacred places, cosmopolitan cities, small villages and scenic landscapes of this diverse region through the eyes of its residents. Begin the journey worshiping with a local congregation, continue with the religious histories of Jerusalem, then travel into the villages of the West Bank and end on the shores of the Mediterranean.
 
860 Rooted in Christian pilgrimage, this journey offers travelers the opportunity to meet local leaders, artists and activists, learn about contrasting national narratives, and explore future prospects for justice, security, and peace in the Holy Land. With a unique approach that accesses contemporary issues through personal storytelling, relationship-building, and facilitated discussion, this journey features a diverse array of guides and speakers – Israeli and Palestinian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim, conservative, moderate and progressive. With time for spiritual reflection, discussion and fun, join us for this unique journey that celebrates the hospitality and vibrant cultures of the Holy Land while exploring the complex issues facing Israelis and Palestinians.
 
 
Cost of trip: $3,047 per person
 
Trip Includes: Accommodations’ for 9 nights; MEJDI guides; private transportation, including airport transfers; meals as listed in the itinerary; all sites, speakers and entrance fees as listed in the itinerary; customary tips for drivers, guides, and hotel staff
 
Not Included in Trip: airfare; single supplement of $537; meals not mentioned in the itinerary; travel insurance-HIGHLY RECOMMENDED; anything not explicitly listed in the itinerary

If you have any questions relating to the logistics of the trip or payment contact Jessica Pollock-Kim
(jessica@cmep.org)