The Conegliano Veneto Synagoge, an 18th century Rococco structure, was originally built in a small Italian village between Padua and Venice. In 1952 it was moved to Israel, where it now resides inside the Italian Jewish Museum in downtown Jerusalem. Enjoy this brief tour the beautiful house of worship.
Two doctors from Rambam Health Care Campus, an Israeli hospital that The Fellowship has supported for many years, recently returned from a marathon of operations that have brought fresh hope to hundreds of children in Vietnam:
Beets are a common ingredient in Jewish recipes, and this beet-and-carrot slaw is the perfect side dish for a winter meal. It's light but full of flavor, and brightens any dinner table!
For the dressing:
¼ cup orange juice, reduced by half
2 tablespoons sherry vinegar
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon maple syrup
¼ teaspoon salt
Freshly grated pepper
¼ cup hazelnut oil
For the salad:
The Fellowship is truly a union between Jews and Christians, one forged through biblical faith. When trying to explain the bond between Christians and Jews, Yael Eckstein was enlightened by what she recently experienced at a child's birthday party:
To date, The Fellowship has adopted 11 Israel Defense Forces battalions, pledging to support the welfare of the soldiers in these units. This funding provides for year-round activities, ceremonies, holiday celebrations, general recreational supplies and equipment, as well as discretionary funds to help lone soldiers or a soldier’s needy family.