Special Events

Several times each year the Biblical History Center holds special events intended to educate and encourage our guests.  While the list below has many of these events, please watch our website and social media for announcements of others throughout the year.

Follow the Cross Walks – Learn more about the last week of Jesus’ ministry in one of the most authentic settings this side of Israel. Guided tours include: Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, teaching at the Temple, the Last Supper, the arrest in Gethsemane, trial before Pontius Pilate, crucifixion, and the Resurrection. For the ultimate Easter experience, schedule a Biblical Meal as part of your tour.

Good Friday Reflection – A multimedia reflection on the events of the events of Passion Week.

Easter Sunrise Celebration – Music, drama and a message by Dr. Fleming highlight this celebration of the Resurrection held in our Roman theater.

Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) – Coinciding with Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel, the Biblical History Center holds a time of readings, prayer and reflection on the events of the Holocaust.

Roman Army Day – The first Saturday of May every year, Legio XI invades the Biblical History Center.  Learn more about life in Israel under the control of Rome, as well as about life as a Roman soldier.

Bible Lands Adventure – Held yearly in June and July, this educational and fun event for kids ages 4-15 studies ancient life in various Mediterranean countries and includes a hands-on activity, a lesson, a craft and a snack.

Follow the Shepherds Walks  – Follow the journey of Joseph and Mary as they travel from Nazareth to Bethlehem and learn new insights into the Christmas story. These walks can be done in conjunction with the Christmas multi-media presentation. Reservations required.

Under the Bethlehem Star  – This multimedia event held in our Roman theater explores the places, people and story of the birth of Jesus through archaeological and historical perspectives.

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