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Center for Jewish–Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC)
Jewish-Christian relations & Bible study center
Jewish-Christian relations & Bible study center
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CJCUC would like to congratulate our very own +David Nekrutman on becoming the first Orthodox Jew to graduate from Oral Roberts University with a Masters Degree in Christian Studies.

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Join us on the evening of April 18th and through April 19th for Day to Praise 2018 where Jews & Christians will recite Psalms 113-118, the Hallel, on Israel's Independence Day. #Israel #YomHaatzmaut #IndependenceDay #Praise #Worship #Hallel #Jews #Christians

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Another miracle in Jerusalem. Songs of Ascents concert. Jewish +THE PORTNOY BROTHERS here in Israel & Christian White Ribbon Day from the US playing on the same stage. Jewish and Christian brothers & sisters all praising the God of Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob together. Our very own Bible teacher +David Nekrutman put it all together to get us all ready for Pesach (Passover). Did you know there are 15 Psalms of Ascents?
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In honor of Sukkot and the publishing of our first commentary on Psalms 113-118 – Cup of Salvation, the +Center for Jewish–Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) will be holding a holiday celebration/book launch.

Date: Friday, October 6, 2017
Time: 9:30am-11:30am
Location: Ramada Hotel Jerusalem on Herzl Blvd
Topic: Christians Celebrating Sukkot: Is that really part of redemption?

Both Jews and Christians are invited. Seats are limited, please RSVP to sukkot@cjcuc.com.

ABOUT THE BOOK
Authored by Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, CJCUC’s Associate Director, Cup of Salvation was inspired by CJCUC’s +Day to Praise event, where Jews and Christians come together to pray the Hallel, Psalms 113-118, during the Feast of Tabernacles and Israel’s Independence Day. The commentary, arranged as a verse by verse devotional, not only presents a new English translation of these praise psalms, it also carefully explores “G-d’s Grammar” drawing out deep inspirational messages hidden in the Hebrew text. It challenges us with an understanding of what is involved in a journey of praise and worship for all that G-d does in our lives.

Book is available for PRE-ORDER at: http://cupofsalvation.com/
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In honor of Sukkot and the publishing of our first commentary on Psalms 113-118 – Cup of Salvation, the +Center for Jewish–Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) will be holding a holiday celebration/book launch.

Date: Friday, October 6, 2017
Time: 9:30am-11:30am
Location: Ramada Hotel Jerusalem on Herzl Blvd
Topic: Christians Celebrating Sukkot: Is that really part of redemption?

Both Jews and Christians are invited. Seats are limited, please RSVP to sukkot@cjcuc.com.

ABOUT THE BOOK
Authored by Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, CJCUC's Associate Director, Cup of Salvation was inspired by CJCUC’s +Day to Praise event, where Jews and Christians come together to pray the Hallel, Psalms 113-118, during the Feast of Tabernacles and Israel’s Independence Day. The commentary, arranged as a verse by verse devotional, not only presents a new English translation of these praise psalms, it also carefully explores "G-d’s Grammar" drawing out deep inspirational messages hidden in the Hebrew text. It challenges us with an understanding of what is involved in a journey of praise and worship for all that G-d does in our lives.
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"This is the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it." ~Psalms 118:24 #DayToPraise #Israel Independence Day

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Tomorrow evening, March 22nd, Rabbi Abe Reichman will give a talk about Aaron & Moses: The Biblical Dynamic Duo. Join us for this week's Wednesday Night Bible Study at the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem. Session starts at 17:45. Seats are limited so please RSVP at reserve@cjcuc.com and tell us you'll be attending. If you have have not yet signed up to our Newsletter, you may do so on our website (cjcuc.com) or by visiting the following link http://eepurl.com/PRfkP to receive updates on upcoming Bible Study sessions and other events at the center.
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