Tour Schedule
Jordan River baptism and rededication group

Day 5 - November 11th

We will start the day with a visit to Tel Dan at the northern border of the Israelite kingdom. Then we will move on to Caesarea Philippe where Jesus asked his apostles who they thought that He was. Here He will ask us the same question! During the afternoon, we will visit the river Jordan where we will learn about the baptism of Jesus and enjoy a St. Peter’s Fish Lunch. You will also have the opportunity for full immersion baptism or the reaffirmation of your baptismal vows in the River Jordan – a moment many look forward to during the tour. Then, we will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
updated 03.29.13

  • The Jordan River
    The Jordan River
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    SPIRIT staff member John Randolph in the…
  • Jordan River baptism and rededication group
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