Saturday Evening, July 15

6:00 – 8:00 pm

Supper and conversation

Supper items include:
Chicken or shrimp kalymnos served on Israeli couscous or orzo pasta
Roasted vegetables with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and herbs
Avocado, cucumber, and tomato salad with lemon and honey dressing
Rosemary bread with dipping oil
Hummus served with assorted olives

Baklava and Rugelach

Each time I return from a pilgrimage to Israel, many of you express an interest in ‘going next time.’ Many, however, feel they will never be able to make the trip. Health, finances, and other life situations hinder lengthy travel. For all of you, we have a special gift. We are bringing Israel to Greenville.
On Saturday evening, July 15, Claudia Borchart will be our featured speaker at an Israeli-style dinner. She will share with us a concise view of the geography, faith and politic of the Middle East. Claudia is one of the most requested guides in Israel and I have been honored to work with her on my pilgrimages there. Fluent in multiple languages: Hebrew, Arabic, German, English, and Italian, she is a lecturer and guide not only in Israel, but also Germany and Italy. She is an Israeli, Arab, Roman Catholic Christian. She brings an incredibly broad and hopeful insight to the realities of the Middle East.
Claudia will speak at our supper on Saturday evening, participate in worship on Sunday morning and then accompany our youth (with her two teenagers) to Unidiversity where she will be a session leader.
Make your reservation now to visit Israel…at First Baptist Greenville.