Aliyah Return Center - Jordan River
Working Together for Israel
Project: Maintaining a kingdom community while restoring several buildings for a community center.

Tasks include: construction, plumbing, engineering, cleaning, cooking, hosting visiting groups, hospitality, laundry, media, administration, etc.

Accommodations: dorm for single men, dorm for single women, few double rooms for couples. The property lies along the Jordan River, and there is plenty of space to explore and go on walks. The kibbutz is called Bet Zera, an approximate 15 minute drive from Tiberias and less than 5 minutes from the Sea of Galilee.

Cost: $500 per month per person (includes accommodations and food)

***NOTE: Unless you come into the country with a volunteer visa, you CANNOT say to the passport control that you are entering the country to volunteer.***
Mailing Address *
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Passport No. and Country issued by: Include Expiry date *
Gender *
Language(s) spoken *
Date of Birth *
Health Card Number
Valid Driver’s Licence? *
License #
Occupation *
Present employer
Marital Status *
If you are married: Spouse’s Name
If you are married: Spouse’s Birth Date
Marriage Date
If your spouse is coming with you, he/she must fill out a separate application. If not, please email a letter from your spouse declaring his/her approval about you spending this time in Israel serving at the Bikat Kinarot Center. If you have dependent children at home, please describe your plan for their care while you are in Israel:
Health: List any medical conditions (or treatments you are currently receiving) which may, at times, affect your ability to function i.e. asthma, eating disorders, malaria, hepatitis, diabetes, epilepsy, depression, HIV, heart problems, etc.
Have you ever sought help for psychological, sexual, emotional or relationship problems? *
List any prescription drugs you are currently taking. Please bring adequate supply with you or prescription refill from your doctor
If yes, please elaborate.
Identify any allergies to medication, food or specific allergens
Describe any other physical or emotional concerns that would be helpful information for us to know
You will be required to have emergency medical coverage. Bikat Kinarot Center / Return Ministries will not underwrite any medical expenses for those coming to serve. Please provide proof of emergency medical coverage upon arrival.
Briefly explain why you want to serve in Israel. Have you felt directed or called by God to come here to serve? Please explain. *
What is your level of Biblical understanding about Israel and the divine call to the Jewish people to make Aliyah? *
What is your understanding of the Jewish roots in the Christian faith? *
What gifts, skills, talents, and abilities do you believe you could contribute to this ministry? *
Have you visited Israel before and if so, what was the purpose of your visit? *
Do you have any outstanding debt at the present time? If yes, do you have a way to service this debt during your time in Israel? Please elaborate.
Have you ever been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic violation? *
We are required by law to ask you to provide a Police Check from your local police station which verifies your status with the legal system. Please verify that you will have a Police Check to present upon arrival. *
Have you ever been dismissed from a job or intern position? If yes, please explain.
Do you belong to a church or organization of any kind at present?
Relevant Servant or Intern Experience: Please List Names of Organizations *
Describe any previous ministry training and involvement: *
Describe how your church family or home organization feels about you coming to serve in Israel. *
Are you presently being discipled? If yes, please include the person who disciples you as one of your references.
Start date that you would desire to serve. Normally we will only consider applications for 3 months time at minimum. *
Duties will include but are not limited to the following: Worship, Prayer, Bible studies, Cooking, Cleaning, Laundry, Hosting, Touring, Leading Tours, Encouraging, Teaching, Gardening, Renovations, Media, Fundraising, etc. Are you particularly interested in these areas of service, or another area not listed? *
Name of person to contact in case of emergency: *
Relationship with emergency contact: *
Email of emergency contact: *
Physical address of emergency contact: *
Phone number of emergency contact: *
VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS: A B/2 Tourist visa is granted to someone who wishes to stay in Israel for only a short time (for a visit, tourism, a business meeting or study in a Hebrew Language Program - Ulpan). A person who enters Israel on a B/2 visa is not allowed to work for salary in the State of Israel. A B/2 visa is valid for up to three months from the date of issue. The duration of the stay in Israel will be determined by Passport Control. A visitor who wishes to extend his visit may submit an application at one of the regional administration offices of the Ministry of the Interior. Please get the following: *
Arrival & departure from Bikat Kinarot Center: Applicants are responsible for air transportation from your home to Israel and back. We are not always able to pick up or return applicants to Tel Aviv/Ben Gurion airport. Once your application has been accepted, please inform the Return Ministries Intern Coordinator of your flight details so arrangements can be discussed. If you live in Israel, you will be responsible for your ground transportation to and from the Bikat Kinarot Center. Comments?
Lodging: Shared accommodation will be provided, for a fee of $500 (USD) per month per person. This fee must be raised and paid prior to your arrival. I understand and can meet this requirement. *
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