Hamas is active in Samaria

26 Nov 2023, Samaria:  Detractors vainly accuse Israel of racism for its actions against Palestinians in Samaria during the Israel Hamas War. As usual, the accusers are not well-informed.  Much to their surprise, Hamas is active in Samaria and Judea, and therefore is an active target of IDF operations.

Excerpt from "Hamas kills 3 West Bank Palestinians for 'spying for Israel'." Jerusalem Post, 26 Nov 2023 pg 3.
“Hamas kills 3 West Bank Palestinians for ‘spying for Israel’.” Jerusalem Post, 26 Nov 2023 pg 3.
"Hamas kills 3 West Bank Palestinians for 'spying for Israel'." Jerusalem Post, 26 Nov 2023 pg 3.
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Watch the West Bank

West Bank – 21 wanted terrorists arrested overnight, 6 were Hamas

Battle ongoing in Samaria

Feast Calendar 2024

30 Aug 2023, Samaria: 2024 is a particularly important year to contrast the Eternal Torah Calendar against the Rabbinic Calendar. 2024 is a Disruption Year, like 1970, 2016, and 2019.

Source: One Faith One People Ministries
Source: One Faith One People Ministries

Full 2024 Calendar, including the 2024 Fall Feasts and the Four Calendar Laws; consider sending a donation to One Faith One People:

The 2024 Eternal Torah Calendar is here!

And the 2023 Calendar (including the 2023 Fall Feasts).

Pray for our ongoing work.

Spring Concerts – April – Brahms Requiem

14, 19, & 22 Apr 2023: Our spring concert season:

Brahms’ German Requiem, in other words, funeral music, translated into Hebrew, performed with our 16-voice choir accompanied by two pianists.

The text is a bunch of Scriptures about death, the grave, its unavoidability, and the future hope and resurrection; “we shall not all sleep,” and the last Shofar.

Our Scripture ensemble choir is named “Fiat Lux,” Latin for “Let there be Light.”




Thanks to our donors who help towards our travel expenses and ongoing costs:


Daniel Oratorio – March Concert

6 Mar 2023, Samaria:  The concert was a success, attended by around 900 people; We heard so many amazing comments afterwards; some were moved to tears by the music.  Here’s the video and program links:


March 2, 2023 Live Video

Hebrew Brochure

English Brochure


27 Feb 2023 Jerusalem:

Final preparations and rehearsals. Concert is this week, one night only, in Jerusalem.

Promo Flier: English
Promo Flier: Hebrew
During rehearsal

Choir is 84 people plus soloists. Full accompaniment by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, with Eli Jaffe, conductor.


Handel’s Messiah & Vivaldi’s Gloria this December & Jan

Dec 2022 & Jan 2023, Israel: Our choir project “Fiat Lux” is now preparing for concerts December thru January for special selected pieces from George Friedrich Handel’s masterpiece “Messiah” in Hebrew.  We seek donations immediately to help with the travel expenses to the rehearsals and concerts.

The Fiat Lux Chamber Choir

Fiat Lux Chamber Choir: The 16 Voice Ensemble of Amutat “Kamti”
This exciting new group presents liturgical music both in original languages and in
Hebrew. The name “Fiat Lux” is from Genesis 1:3 “Let there be Light!” — and that is our calling; to bring Hope and Light to the peoples of our Land; to express in inspiring music the Word and the Light!

Your Support is Needed

Handel “Messiah” in Hebrew:
Tenor Solo (#1): “Nachamu” (Comfort Ye My People)
Chorus (#3): “Venigla” (And the Glory)
Bass Solo: “Kah Amar Adonai” (Thus Saith the Lord)
Chorus (#6) “VeTihar et Bnei Levi” (And He shall Purify the Sons of Levi)
Alto: “HaAlmah Hareh” (Behold, A Virgin Shall Conceive)
Alto: “Mevaseret Tzion” (Oh Thou that Tellest)
Chorus (#9) “Al Har Gavoha” (O Thou that Tellest)
Bass Solo: “Ki Hineh haHoshech” (For Behold, Darkness)
Chorus (#12) “Ki Hineh Yeled Yulad Lanu” (For Unto Us A Child is Born)
Soprano Solo: “V’Raim Hayu Az” (There Were Shepherds)
Chorus (#15) “Shevach L’El” (Glory to God)
Soprano: “Gili Meod Bat Tzion” (Rejoice Greatly)
Alto: “Az Tipakhneh Ayinei Aurim” (Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind)
Alto & Soprano: “Kroiah Adro” (He Shall Feed)
Chorus (#19) “U’lo Naim” (His Yoke is Easy)
Chorus: “HalleluJah”

Vivaldi “Gloria” in Latin:
Chorus #1 Gloria in Excelsis Deo
Chorus #2 Et in Terra Pax Hominibus
Chorus #7 Domine Fili
Including all 12 portions.

Final English Announcement Winter Concerts 2022

Final Hebrew Announcement Winter Concerts 2022


Four Performances; these three open to the public:
Dec 20, Tiberias, 19:00-20:00;
Dec 30, Jerusalem, 14:00-15:30;
Jan 7, Nazareth, 20:00-22:00.

Prior Concert video:
Gorgeous Choir Concert in Nazareth


Gorgeous Choir Concert in Nazareth

15 Oct 2022, Nazareth.  Our liturgical Scripture choir performed on the 15th for a mixed Hebrew and Arab audience in the city of Nazareth.  The Fiat Lux choir is 16 voices: Soprano, Alto, Tenor & Bass and has been in weekly rehearsals for this concert since August.  I’m a founding member, involved since 2007.

1st Nazareth Concert Video : 14 May, 2022, Nazareth.

Travel and prep notes and photos below:

2022-10-14 I’m on a bus to Armageddon, and it’s a ‘hell’ of a ride (doh!). Choir Concert is tomorrow night so I’m passing straight thru Megiddo (Armageddon) today (truly). I will sleep at a dorm room in Nazareth, close by to the concert which is tomorrow night. Thanks for your support and prayer.

2022-10-16 The concert in Nazareth went well. However it involved a lot of travel time. But the response was very good from Arab Israeli and Jewish Israeli audience members.


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Flier in English: Nazareth
Flier in Hebrew: Nazareth
2nd Nazareth Concert program


First Concert for Arab & Hebrew Mixed Audience

Next: Handel’s Messiah this December 2022

New Roof for the Homeless

“Y” and I managed to build a new roof next to “M’s” shack, so that his new laundry machine will be protected from the rains. Here’s a photo of “Y” getting goofy for the photo while we worked:

Building the roof for the homeless.

The day after, “M” phoned me up and said that he’s happy to restart talks with me about Y’shua. He may be homeless, living in a shack in the driveway next to the house he gave to his wife and daughter, with no indoor access; and yet, he has government money deposited in his account every month. It’s not money, clothes, or food that he needs. He needs someone to be alive, to be there, and to show him love in an ongoing, steady way, as a representation of Y’shua.

When “D” was here visiting from overseas, speaking with “M” the day after “Y” and I built his new roof, “M” said, “Teddy’s a real Christian, not a fake one.”