Hello Dear Friends./April

Hello Dear Friends./April

Each year there is an educational program which brings students and adults from all over the world to Poland to study the history of the holocaust as well as the roots of prejudice, intolerance and hate. “The March of the Living” commemorates the anniversary of the end of World War ll which was the darkest time in the history of the Jewish people.
As the son of a holocaust survivor, the event is meaningful to Dudu Fisher and he takes part in the services each year. He performs a few songs such as “Eli Eli”, a prayer asking God not to change the nature of the world, “Zeide” which is a song which tells us that we need the new generations to continue to educate our children as our grandparents used to, and “Bring Him Home”, which he dedicates to the Israeli soldiers who are guarding the borders of Israel each day and night.
People from 35 countries take part in a march down the path from Auschwitz to Birkenau in the footsteps of those who walked there to their deaths in the crematoriums. Dudu also sings “Es Brent”, it burns, which tells about Jewish life which was demolished in flames.

The ceremony ends with the singing of “Hatikvah”, The Hope, the Israel National Anthem, which is quite emotional, as it is sung in the valley of death. We are here to stay…Am Yisrael Chai!
Join Dudu in Branson this November when he will perform his “Jerusalem” show which is accompanied by beautiful videos of the ancient city as well as a selection of Broadway hits

The Hughes Brothers Theatre

3425 W 76 Country Boulevard
Branson, Mo. 65616
For tickets call 1800-422-0076
Ask about our option for dinner!

As Pastor Hagee says, “The next time you’re in Branson, you must go to Jerusalem”.


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