Returning, Reclaiming, and Building a United Jerusalem

Perhaps nothing represents the stubborn loyalty of the Jewish people to God and His Torah more than Jerusalem. While the Jewish people always had the Torah with them, the city of Jerusalem was a far off dream, an almost mythical place that they would never see or feel. And, yet, the Jewish people remained loyal and connected to the city. At the highpoints of every year, such as at the end of the Seder, the Jewish people sing “Next year in Jerusalem” and link the Jewish continuity that is facilitated by the Seder to our holy city.

Learn about Ateret Cohanim’s important work involving land restoration in the heart of Jerusalem and specific projects that are making a difference on the streets of Israel’s capital.

Learn about the various neighborhoods under the auspices of Ateret Cohanim that are growing and thriving in all parts of the Old City and the surrounding area.

Join our frontline tours and experience Jerusalem like never before.  Learn how current events and history come together and walk where the heroes of old meet the pioneers of today.

FROM THE BLOG

Daniel's Thoughts On The Weekly Torah Portion And More

This week Daniel Luria speaks about korbanot, Pesach, and Jerusalem.

Daniel Luria is the Executive Director and International Spokesman for Ateret Cohanim.