Discounted Travel Package to Washington Summit for Minnesota Residents
For the past seven years, thousands of Christians have come together annually for the Christians United for Israel Washington DC Summit. This trip has always come at a crucial time for Israel, and this year is clearly no different. America, Israel, and the world are facing a great danger in the Middle East. We need to stand up and let our voices be heard.
This July, we are heading back to Washington for our eighth year. Please prayerfully consider joining us. Once again, we’ve put together a special package with free bus transportation along with discounted trip registration and hotel rates for MN residents. This opportunity will be available on a first-come basis until June 23. The more people who attend, the more impact we can make on our nation. This Washington DC Summit is your chance to demonstrate that Christians and Jews stand united despite all opposition we face.
During this trip, we will bring together some of the most influential leaders and thinkers to update you on recent developments in Israel, the Middle East, and Washington DC. We will hold a national Night to Honor Israel, and you’ll have a chance to meet with Congress and share your support for Israel directly with your elected officials.
A few other details are:
CUFI has a Kids Camp for ages 5–12 during this time.
The discounted package includes conference registration, four nights at the Doubletree hotel in Washington DC, and roundtrip bus transportation from Brooklyn Park, MN, to Washington DC.
The roundtrip bus transportation will depart to Washington on Saturday, July 20 and return to Minneapolis on Friday, July 26.
To register, you can visit www.cufi8.com/summit. We would love to have you join us as we make a difference in our nation.
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