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Israel/Palestine Study Tour 2020

Our experience is based around 2 things: 

1. The “sacred stones” – the geography, architecture and sacred spaces that gives us a new take on the biblical story.

2. The “living stones” – these are our brothers and sisters in Christ who will invite us into sharing their story. The story of the Palestinian Christians is difficult, moving and motivating. This is a unique aspect of our experience that you will not find on almost any other tour. 

What you can expect to feel and see: 

The Sea of Galilee and its gorgeous country side, wilderness, waterfalls and everything in between. You will feel the buzz of old city Jerusalem and the emotion that can come from the significant sites marking the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus!

Whom you will meet: 

Our greatest hope is that you will meet again with the person of Jesus as he continues to live amongst his people. This is not a trip to a grave site but an opportunity to experience Jesus who lives! We will also meet with numerous Palestinian Christian leaders who are indigenous to the area and are a vibrant remnant in the land we call holy, including Dr. Yohanna Katanacho, Academic Dean of Galilee Bible College / Bethlehem Bible College.


  • $2,000 USD/person + Airfare (approximately $1,300)
  • additional $720 USD for single occupancy

Reserve Your Spot: 

  • Register with a $300 USD deposit before January 15, 2020 to reserve your spot.
  • Space limited.
  • Email us at office@ecctucson.org for more info.

Additional Details:

We are partnering with the Canadian Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church to make this trip happen. You will likely make some Canadian friends on your travels!

If you are interested in attending Christ at the Checkpoint 2020 you are welcome do to so, you will need to make arrangements on your own. The conference is June 5th-9th 2020. We have intentionally scheduled this trip so that those who are interested in attending CATC 2020 may do so. The theme for this year’s conference is “Hope and Resiliency in a Broken World.”