The Church of the Good Shepherd in the village of Zalandari in the northern Israeli city of Arad is a nondenominational church that focuses on serving the local people and their needs, the church’s director, Arik Rabinowitz, said in a statement.
The church was founded in 1869 and is now one of the largest in the area, with more than 1,300 members.
Rabinowitz said the church has received numerous requests from its followers to come and worship in the past.
The congregation holds a regular Sunday service and is known for its warm hospitality and friendly demeanor.
The town of about 40,000 has been struggling economically in recent years, and Rabinowsky said that if the community continues to grow, he hopes the church will continue to offer services and services to its residents.
The church’s new leader, Eli Barak, a senior rabbi at Yeshiva University, told The Wall St. Journal that the church would welcome people of all faiths and denominations to attend services.
“We do not believe in any particular religion or creed,” Barak said.
“There is a difference between being a follower of a religion and being a disciple of a different one.”
While some people have welcomed the church, others are concerned about the congregation’s views on homosexuality.
In a post on its Facebook page, the Zalandshevet community said that it believes in the sanctity of human life and that it has been working with the community to promote acceptance and tolerance.
It added that the group does not condone or support discrimination of any kind, and the church does not encourage people to seek any legal recourse against the local authorities or against the authorities of Israel.
A spokesman for the Israel Religious Action Center said the organization has received many inquiries about the church from local Jews.
The center has a hotline, which allows people to report alleged anti-Semitism, and it is open to reporting complaints from people in the community.
In a blog post, the center said that the organization is open for dialogue with anyone who wants to engage.
“This community is a welcoming community of Christians who share the values of tolerance, kindness and inclusion that are the core values of the church,” the post said.
Some members of the community have complained about a recent visit by a group of men who appeared to be from the church and claimed to be visiting the community in order to recruit members.
They also said that members of Zala Gevaadim had complained that the men were making inappropriate gestures towards the congregation and were harassing other people in Arad.
According to the website for the Arad region, the town of Ard was founded around the beginning of the 20th century by a Jewish businessman, but it has struggled economically for decades.
In 2006, it was hit by a wave of earthquakes and floods that left its homes uninhabitable and destroyed much of the town.
Israel has a history of discrimination against Jews and Christians, but there has been relatively little discrimination against other religious groups.
Last year, the country was ranked as the most religiously tolerant in the world, according to the Pew Research Center.