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Church: Summer 2013 Ulpan Update #4

15 Jul

Yesterday being Sunday, I spent about 1 1/2 hours finding what buses I needed to ride and routes to take there and back to get to a Baptist Church. I had already emailed the pastor of Haifa Baptist Church, Philip Sa’ad, and I knew where to go and when the service times were. So at 6:30 in the evening I went to their service. Sunday is a work day in Israel (or a school day for me), so the services are in the evening. There were probably 25 of us all there, Pastor Sa’ad said that there were many who were absent.

Haifa Baptist Church is an Arabic-Speaking Church, though many know Hebrew and English as well. While Pastor Sa’ad spoke in Arabic, His wife translated to English for me. There was music in Arabic, and special prayers for a lady in the church who is getting married, and the Pastor’s daughter, who is traveling to America.

The church was very welcoming and happy to see me, and I will be returning to their services again. What I find interesting, is that because of the time difference, the evening service starts at the same time as the Morning Service on Sunday in my church at home in Wisconsin and at college in North Dakota.

Today was a big study day, as others have been, and so I don’t have a lot of pictures or information to give you! However, there are more places I’ll be visiting this week, so keep on the lookout.

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2 responses to “Church: Summer 2013 Ulpan Update #4

  1. Heidi Lentz

    July 15, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    Keep the posts a-comin! 🙂

     
  2. Dan Lindsey

    July 15, 2013 at 2:25 pm

    We are enjoying all your posts, including the great pictures. How is the Hebrew class coming? Love you bunches. Dad

     

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