top of page


Join Pastors Yinka and Toyin Dada on a Tour of the Holy Land in April 2025

meet-the-dadas-50th-bisialawodephotography-1005 copy.jpg

Explore Israel with Pastors Yinka and Toyin Dada

Join us on a special pilgrimage to Israel's Holy Land, where every step is filled with Biblical significance. Explore ancient sites, be inspired, and connect deeply with your faith. Join us and fellow believers, as we embark on a life-changing adventure that will transform your worship.

A Hassle-Free Journey to Israel

Save Your Spot

Israel Trip with Pastor Yinka & Toyin Dada
Israel Trip with Pastor Yinka & Toyin Dada
Apr 09, 2025, 11:00 p.m. – Apr 19, 2025, 7:00 a.m.
Untitled design (2).png


How Much Does This Cost?

$2,500 CAD (excludes flights. See what's included)

When is It?

 Travel Dates: April 9th to April 19th 2025

Can non-RHH members come?


When Do I need to pay by?

Tentatively Early 2024. However, please register now  to indicate your interest (+ start saving)

Untitled design (2).png

Deepen your worship as you engage all senses in the Holy Land.

"Taste Jesus’s encounter with his disciples by ordering fresh, whole-fish tilapia from the Sea of Galilee for lunch at St. Peter’s restaurant, just a short ride from the beach. 

Feel David’s soul-charging refreshment by taking off your shoes, rolling up your pants, and splashing in the waters of his Ein Gedi oasis. 

Smell the same salt air that Joshua and Peter inhaled so many years ago by pausing to inhale a deep, lung-full of air on the pier. 

Hear the various expressions of worship in Old Jerusalem that bring the richly contested past into the equally complicated present by stopping in an ancient nook anywhere along the narrow streets, closing your eyes, and exploring the holy city with your ears.

See the posthole of crucifixion by peering through the small gaps between the icon and the pillars and, if you’re like me, contort yourself into position to take a picture of it with your smartphone.

The difference between reading about Israel in the Bible or elsewhere and actually traveling to Israel is your ability to engage all five senses when you’re physically there. Make a point of exploring every site every day with every one of your senses, and notice yourself beginning to worship more deeply. Intentionally engaging all five senses will also help you to retain your experience after returning home."

- Visiting Israel: How to Turn Tourism into Worship, The Gospel Coalition

bottom of page