Girls Camp: Wednesday, June 17-Tuesday, July 7. Boys Camp: Wednesday, July 8-Tuesday, July 28. Camp Nageela Midwest is Situated on our home stuning campus of over 500 breathtaking acres in rural Indiana. 28 Camper Cabins, Private Lake, Challenge Ropes Course 5 scenic hiking trails, The Knopf Waterfalls, 4 Tennis Courts Read More
A base camp within Zion National Park will be utilized for daily living activities including meals, learning, workshops and tent sleeping. A base camp allows access to supplies, transportation and other resources as a result there will be NO need to carry supplies in heavy backpacks. We will only be doing day hikes. This is NOT a traditional backpacking or back country journey. We will be spending Friday through Sunday in a very comfortable resort just outside of Zion National Park. Each day will combine Torah learning, group challenge based initiatives, day hikes and exploration. Register here Read More
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PinchasHaShem tells Moshe to inform Pinchas that he will receive HaShem's 'covenant of peace' as reward for his bold action -- executing Zimri and the Midianite princess Kozbi. HaShem commands Moshe that the people must maintain a state of enmity with the Midyanim because they allured the Jewish People to sin. Moshe and Elazar are told to count the Jewish People. The Torah lists the names of the families in each of the Tribes. The total number of males eligible to serve in the army is 601,730. HaShem instructs Moshe how to allot the Land of Israel to the Beney Yisrael. The number of the families of the Levites is recorded. The daughters of Tslofchad file a claim with Moshe: in the absence of a brother, they request their late father's portion in the Land. Moshe asks HaShem what the ruling is in this case, and HaShem tells him that the daughters' claim is just. The Torah teaches the laws and priorities which determine the order of an inheritance. HaShem tells Moshe to ascend a mountain and view the Land that the Jewish People will soon enter, although Moshe himself will not enter. Moshe asks HaShem to designate the subsequent leader of the people, and HaShem selects Yehoshua bin Nun. Moshe ordains Yehoshua as his successor in the presence of the entire nation. The Parashah concludes with special teachings of the service in the Beyt HaMikdash.