March 6-14, 2020
The Jerusalem Women Rising for Zion Summit on March 6-14, 2020 is the 2nd annual gathering of the newly formed ‘Alliance of Christian Women for Israel’ initiative under the leadership of Deborah The Brave Ministries in partnership with The Jewish Agency for Israel.
Click below to download 2020 Summit Flyer.
Israel Trip FAQ's
Do I need a visa to travel to Israel?
American citizens need a passport valid at least 6 months after their departure. You will not need a visa entering Israel if you are an American citizen. If you have a different nationality or have a passport from a different nation, please visit the Israeli embassy website by clicking here to see if you are required to have a visa to enter Israel. Very Important: Your passport must be valid for six months after the date of your scheduled return from Israel or they will not let you enter the country.
Is it safe right now in Israel?
Despite the media reports, most of Israel is a very safe place. In all our years we have been traveling to Israel we have never experienced any complications. We take every precaution and do whatever is necessary to assure the safety of the group. We are fully committed to making your experience in Israel both a safe one and a positive one. We continually monitor the situation in Israel and if ever we believed we could not provide an experience that is both safe and celebratory, we would postpone the trip. Rest assured that you are in good hands and we are extremely confident in our travels to the Holy Land.
What will the weather be like in MARCH?
Israel during March is their spring season. The temperature in Jerusalem averages about 62 degrees in the day and 48 degrees in the evenings. Be prepared for cold evenings and the occasional rain shower.
How much spending money do I need?
If you want to buy souvenirs we recommend deciding beforehand how much you are going to spend, we have opportunities to shop on our trip and our guide will recommend great affordable places to us. Don’t forget to bring around $20-30 dollar per day for your lunches as they are not included. Since a lot of shops and restaurants take U.S. dollar, there will be no need to exchange your money when we get to Israel, plan on bringing smaller bills for lunch ($5, $10, $20). Some places will take credit card but make sure to let your credit card company know your traveling to Israel before you leave so they don’t suspect fraud and cancel your card while traveling.
Do I need travel Insurance?