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Creating moments for an

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christian pilgrimage
Departs
01 May 2023
We are excited to be conducting another BST study tour to Israel, the land of the Bible. We would love you to join us as we visit key sites related to events recorded in the Bible, especially the life and ministry of the Lord Jesus.
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13 Days $5290
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Departs
25 October 2022
Dr John Dickson is a national treasure, an amazing scholar and a really great bloke! We will investigate the key sites of Jesus’ life, explore his cultural background, separate fact from fiction, and piece together how a peasant preacher changed the course of history.
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UC
10 Days $5498
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Departs
5 April 2023
This tour is 5 years in the making (thanks covid!). But it will be worth the wait. Celebrate Easter on the Sea of Galilee and attend the Dawn service at Gallipoli. Just incredible!
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14 Days $6700
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Departs
1 September 2023
Explore the Holy Lands with a group of like minded Christian travellers and escorted by Bishop Richard Condie and his wife Helen. This two week tour will bring your Bible reading to life as you re-trace the footsteps of Jesus, his disciples and the faithful. A not to be missed opportunity!
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UC
14 Days $5399
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and its impact on our customers and tours

SELAH BLOG

I know on New Years Eve 2021 that I was hopeful and expectant of a better 2022. Having had two years of travel pause, I was prayerfully asking the Lord to make a way for Selah to re-open. Our travel partners in Europe, Israel, Greece and beyond were constantly emailing me “Come!”. But when I dug deep and looked at the practical realities of running Selah tours in 2022 it became apparent that the time is still not now. Imagine with me if someone on your tour tested positive to Covid-19. They would need to immediately isolate in their hotel room or cruise cabin for 5 days. Meanwhile the tour itinerary stipulates that the tour moves on to the next city or town, leaving these people behind. How do they ever “catch up” with the group? What about the other passengers on the tour? Are they now considered close contacts? Do we stop our scheduled visits for the day & all go and get tested? As you can see, this is not fun and it is not a holiday! So it was a sad but easy decision not to proceed with our planned tours for the European summer of 2022,…

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed all of our worlds. Entire nations have been ordered to stay home; airlines and travel agents and tour operators have collapsed or dramatically scaled back. When things return to “normal”, a new covid-normal, what will international travel look like? Here are a few of the changes that we anticipate, or are already in place. INFLIGHT Leaving the middle seat empty has been bandied around by the media, and some US airlines tried it for a while, but the airlines have made it clear that that is not an option for them economically speaking. We expect that wearing a face mask inflight will be mandatory for both passengers and crew. Crew will also have some form of PPE such as protective eye wear, gloves and possibly disposable coveralls. You know those times when you snag a flight with lots of empty seats and as soon as the door is closed or straight after take off there’s a scramble for a row of spare seats. With the need to track close contacts it is unlikely that moving seats without the permission of the crew will be possible. The inflight amenity kit has already changed with the additions…

The site of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem is identified as the place both of the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. According to the New Testament, Jesus was crucified at Golgotha, “the place of the skull” (Matt. 27:33–35; Mark 15:22–25; John 19:17–24). This has been identified as an area of abandoned stone quarries just outside the city wall of the time. About 10 years after the crucifixion, a third wall was built that enclosed the area of the execution and burial within the city, and this accounts for the Holy Sepulchre’s location inside the Old City of Jerusalem today. Roman emperor Constantine I, a convert to Christianity, had the temple of Venus in Jerusalem demolished to make way for a church. In the course of the demolition a tomb was discovered that was thought to be the tomb of Jesus. The first Church of the Holy Sepulchre was approached by a flight of steps from the Cardo, main street of Jerusalem. Then pilgrims went through a narthex; a basilica; and an open area, the “holy garden,” which had in it the rock of Golgotha, finally reaching the Holy Sepulchre itself. In 614, a Persian…

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WHY CHOOSE SELAH

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Australian

We are an Australian owned company, operated by Australians and servicing Australians

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Industry Endorsed

Fully accredited travel agent with over 12 years' experience.  We are certified with AFTA & ATAS

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Helpful & Friendly

Our professional Travel Consultants are known for their great customer service and going the extra mile

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Intentional

Selah creates experiences where people can rejuvenate their lives through travel, retreats and workshops

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Faith-Focused

Our main priority is to  provide opportunities for Christians to live life to the full (John 10:11)

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Selah-moments

We create opportunities to have a 'selah moment'  as we know this is when we  have life-changing  experiences

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

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"A wonderful way to see the Holy Land in safety and with a wealth of information."
Anonymous (Holy Land Tour participant)
"Thank you again for enabling us to have a wonderful and powerful experience of the Holy Land!"
Anne Brown
"The time in Israel was very beneficial to my ministry.  I know that my understanding of the scriptures has been significantly improved through this experience.  I would highly recommend that every Christian puts the tour of Israel on their bucket list.  The staff were a pleasure to deal with."
Mark McDonald, St Hilary’s Kew
"The Selah staff were very helpful, and the Holy Land tour was a great faith building tour."
Richard Humphrey
"The service provided was friendly and professional.  I was particularly impressed with the assistance provided when an unexpected event meant I had to change post-tour travel plans at relatively late notice."
Anonymous (Holy Land Tour participant)

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