Mevaser Zion Tel Mond, Modern orthodox community in Israel
Established in 1998 by a group of 20 young families, the community today has grown to a diverse group of around 85 families, comprising both native Israelis and new immigrants from many countries worldwide, with new members joining each year.
Today Mevaser Zion has earned a reputation as a very warm, friendly & open community and an integral part of the Tel Mond town, offering a wide range of religious, social, and community services.
Religious services are held during weekdays, shabbatot & festivals at our Beit kennesset. There is a program of educational activities such as mid-week study groups; women’s weekly learning & young cantorial training. Children’s services are held on Shabbat morning, run by the teenage members of the community.
Social & cultural activities also play an important part of Mevaser Zion, with organized activities on festivals, annual family trips and a weekly kiddush on Shabbat, sponsored by one of the community members or visitors hosting a simcha/bar mitzvah.
Mevaser Zion is also very active in Tel Mond through community service, with volunteers regularly helping families in need and ongoing support for religious activities such as Bnei Akiva, support for religious institutions, and charitable functions.