Visit Kids4Peace in Jerusalem
Are you coming to Jerusalem on a pilgrimage or study tour? Are you leading a group or mission?
Visit Kids4Peace and learn about a vibrant community of peacemakers — Palestinians and Israelis — who are working together for a better future.
- Private meeting with Israeli & Palestinian co-directors
- Presentation or workshop for your group, led by K4P educators and youth
- Storytelling by K4P youth and families
- Observation of youth programs or special events (subject to schedule availability)
- Youth to Youth: Join interactive programs with Israeli & Palestinian youth and hear what it’s like to grow up as peacemakers, in the face of violence.
- Meet Peace Builders: Ask tough questions about the conflict and reflect on relationships with “the other” back home
Email Development Director Meredith Rothbart for details (email@example.com).
- Journeys of Reconciliation, Emory University
- Young Judea
- Forest Ridge School, Bellevue, WA
- Women’s Witness
- Old South Church, Boston, MA
- Churches for Middle East Peace
- Visionaries group from Temple Beth El, Great Neck, NY
- Jewish Council for Public Affairs
- Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati, OH
Recently our Women’s Witness Trip, a group of Christian women from the United States who were meeting with Israeli and Palestinian women working for justice, peace and reconciliation, met with Rebecca Sullum, the Co-Director of Kids for Peace, Jerusalem and with Reeham and Mariane, Muslim and Christian women involved in Kids4Peace. The women in our group were so encouraged by the stories of friendships between Israeli and Palestinian young people and the ongoing programs for leadership development after their camp experience in the United States. Several of our women were so inspirited that they are now planning to organize fund-raisers for Kids4Peace in their home towns back in the States and are telling their family and friends about this marvelous organization. We met with Rebecca and the Kids4Peace women on the last day of our Women’s Witness Trip and it was providential that their words of hope and encouragement were the last words we heard before our journey home.