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Jack and Irene Suderman with the Cuban Council of Churches team that distributed a Mennonite Church Canada/Mcc ship container of aid to hurricane victims in Cuba
Tour to Cuba with Jack & Irene Suderman
Date:January 9 - 18, 2015
Wilmer Martin


Poland & Ukraine

We continue to plan for our Poland and Ukraine tour from September 18 to October 1. Mennonite history has deep roots in these countries and our tours are always strongly subscribed. Due to the recent unrest in Ukraine, we are in continual dialogue with our contacts in Ukraine. Our schedule will change since the Crimean area is under Russian control. We ask for the patience of persons already registered as we adjust the schedule. We will highlight these changes when talking with new inquiries.

We continue to pray for the people in Ukraine. The church looks forward to our coming as they value our visits and interaction. We are planning with the safety of our tour members in mind. At this time we are trusting that the tour will not need to be postponed.

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Oberammergau Passion Play

Oberammergau 2020

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In 1634, the citizens of a small Bavarian town called Oberammergau made a vow that if God would spare them from the plague, they would perform the Passion Play at regular intervals. This vow has been faithfully kept.  Click here to read the history of the Oberammergau play.

In 1980, TourMagination first took tours to see the Passion Play at Oberammergau. We took tour groups again in 1984, 1990, 2000 and 2010. We are already planning for the 2020 season where we will take a variety of tours to see this faith-enhancing performance. Performed in a beautiful weather-protected outdoor theater, the Oberammergau Passion Play is a dramatic, all-day performance. You will not want to miss it. We plan to have a tour at the season’s very first performance. It is amazing to think that young children in Oberammergau today will grow up to take key roles in this play – perhaps in 2020. How it must shape their lives in such wonderful ways!

Here are comments made following the 2010 Passion Play:

1. “The living images, scenes from the Old Testament, that were interspersed with the passion story, were very meaningful.” – Jake Balzer

2. “The sun shining against the choir as Jesus was arrested, a very dark scene, was such a contrast.” – Erna Doell

3. “At different times I found myself shivering or having goose bumps. It was not from the cool weather.” – Russell Mumaw

4. “The suffering of Christ and his cries out to his Father made me cry.” – Nenita Dillera

5. “Judas as a victim of the religious and political system casts a different perspective for reflection.” – Ed Doell

6. “The music and orchestra added so much to the setting in understanding the biblical story.” – Anna Mae Lantz

7. “The denial of Peter and observing the disciples at Jesus’ arrest made me think of my response in following Christ.” – Bill Stout

8. “The facial expressions of Jesus.” – Allan Recto

Click here to read more about what tour participants said about the Oberammergau experience.

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