The Greater Rochester Night to Honor Israel continues to be a welcomed tradition in our region. This year the Christian community will come together once again for the Third Annual Greater Rochester Night to Honor Israel . This year’s event will be held on Sunday, March 29th at 6pm.
The night to honor Israel is more than just an event. By setting aside time every year, we envision a new era in America-an era of unity, mutual respect, and lasting peace— an era when Christians and Jews stand together and announce to the world that we are united in brotherhood under the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The annual Night to Honor Israel is a time for our community to pay tribute to the Jewish people for their perseverance and tenacity throughout centuries of persecution-to honor then for the contributions they have made to human history, and acknowledge that through them we have been blessed.
The Night to Honor Israel is a non-denominational and non partisan event. Our message is that although we may disagree on many things, when it comes to the existence of the State of Israel and rising global anti-Semitism, our community will stand with Israel in voice and in action. In a day of global transition and uncertainty, our vision is to see the entire Christian community of Greater Rochester participate in this annual event, as a demonstration of our community’s stand with God’s covenant in the earth. Last year more than 40 pastors and ministry leaders hosted the event, this year we aim to increase that number.
If you are a pastor or ministry leader, please contact Lori Sousa at (585) 232-1136 , ext. 21. to find out hour you and your ministry can be part of this historic event.