Dear friends in the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin,
St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Visalia and Fr. Rob Longbottom are joining a trip to Israel on November 9-18, 2022 with The Rev. Canon David Roseberry to visit the biblical sites of the Holy Land. We would like to extend the invitation to all our brothers and sisters in the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin to consider joining us on this life changing pilgrimage.
The tour is being put on by Imagine tours which is Rev. Roseberry’s preferred travel company. We will stay in 4 star or better hotels and travel to many of our most sacred Christian sites included the church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Church of the Nativity and the Temple mount. The costs for the trip are right at $5,000 per person and include all travel, accommodations, fees to sites, tips, lunch and dinner.
If you would like more information please feel free to contact Fr. Rob Longbottom, Rector of St. Paul’s Anglican Church, at (559)732-4821 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information about the tour from imagine tours at the following link:
You can watch a video on the tour created by Imagine tours on the St. Paul’s Anglican Church Visalia YouTube channel
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