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Please donate to help Jewish families in the Ukraine to prepare for their return to Israel!

'Come! Come! Flee from the land of the north,' declares the Lord.  ∼ Zechariah 2:6

With the current situation in the Ukraine, the Jewish people are now listening more than ever to the call to return to Israel - the land of their forefathers. We have encouraged them for almost 25 years to leave the land of the north and go to the Promised Land. Now it is time for the Jews to choose for Israel! Not for Europe or Russia, but for the land given to them by the G'd of Israel.

Please pray for the situation in the Ukraine, for the Jewish people, for the churches and for the local people.

Christians for Israel has set up a special fund to help Jewish people to prepare themselves to make aliyah (emigrate to Israel). With your donation we will: 






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 Latest news from the Ukraine

Summer Camps Ukraine 2017 - Enjoying the summer in Ukraine (Updated)

Vacationing in Ukraine is a little different than most of us are used to. We book a flight, a cabin, or pack up a tent and take our family to a sunny destination. We might even go to another country. In Ukraine you often spend your vacation at a camp. When the schools close their doors, the camps open their cabins and tents for a great children’s programme.

Questions and answers - Three Aliyah events in June 2017

"Now go, lead the people to the place I spoke of..." Exodus 32:34 Big question mark – summer is a time for many Jewish families that are still in diaspora to think about going back home. Families with children usually plan their aliyah (moving to Israel) on the end of August – because of the school year that starts on the 1st of September. Summer turns into a season of dreaming, planning and packing all over the widely spread Jewish community.

Short Distance Between Belief and Deeds

The Christians for Israel official delegation visited First Home in the Homeland project in kibbutz Revivim (Negev desert) on May 24, 2017. This particular day (28th of Iyar month) is a national holiday in Israel, Yom Yerushalayim – 50 years from the reunification of Jerusalem. Every newcomer and kibbutz member who shared his or her story received one more question: what is Jerusalem for you?

A visit with a great outcome

When we, i.e. Christians for Israel, distribute food parcels, we always try to meet new families and tell them who we are and what we do and give them information about it. The other day we were in a small town to meet with the person responsible for the Jewish community and to visit a family.

In a Ukraine forest, terrible events of 75 years ago given resonance by handful of survivors

By Sue Surkes.. Uman, Ukraine — As veterans across Europe turned out this week (May 5 - 9, 2017) for annual ceremonies to commemorate the end of World War ll, some 70 Christians and Jews gathered Monday (May 8, 201) in a forest clearing in central Ukraine to unveil a memorial to 1,000 Jewish children murdered by the Nazis in April 1942. The event – on the outskirts of the city of Uman — was an ode to reconciliation.

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For two years now we have been adding a leaflet to our food parcels. The leaflet explains about our work in Ukraine. If people have questions or need practical help with making aliyah (emigrate to Israel), they can contact us locally at Christians for Israel. After all, we cannot be everywhere, but a food parcel and a leaflet can ‘travel’ throughout Ukraine! Since we started with the leaflets, we have been getting many calls from Jews who want to know more about aliyah.

 Synagogue in Simferopol: 'Death to the Jews'  See Jeremiah 16

Interview with Aliyah Fieldworker Koen Carlier of Christians for Israel (6 March 2014)

Letter to the Jewish communities (19 February 2014)

Christians for Israel International recently sent the following letter to encourage the Jewish communities in these difficult times.