THE SHECHINA NEVER RETURNED TO JERUSALEM AFTER THE DESTRUCTION OF THE FIRST JEWISH TEMPLE. She receded in stages and according to the Arizal (R’ Isaac Luria), She continued her retreat until going into refuge entirely… to the Holy City of Tsfat. Here, she remains until the final redemption. The Zohar writes that the Messiah will be revealed first in Tsfat before proceeding to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple. The two holy cities are intimately connected since rebuilding the Holy Temple in Jerusalem is dependent upon the physical and spiritual rebuilding of Tsfat.

WHAT ELSE DO WE KNOW ABOUT TSFAT? It is one of Judaism’s four holy cities and associated with the element of air. Indeed, the pure pristine air of Tsfat is legendary – it is no wonder the area was chosen repeatedly for some of the most spectacular spiritual revelations of all time. It was here that the holy Zohar of R’ Shimon bar Yochai and the Kabbalah of the Arizal descended from heaven to earth. The city’s history is ancient and hidden, spanning from the son and grandson of Noah, Shem and Eber, as well as the patriarch Jacob, and Joshua ben Nun, who first wiped out idolatry in Tsfat upon entering the Land of Israel. R’ Yosef Karo authored the Shulchan Aruch, the Code of Jewish Law, in Tsfat, and together with many other great Jewish sages, established eternal foundations of Judaism. Their holy aspirations, creativity and scholarship have irreversibly changed the world and will permeate the air of Tsfat forever.

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Water the Tree.

ACCORDING TO THE ARIZAL, TSFAT HOLDS THE KEY TO GLOBAL BLESSING AND REDEMPTION. But this depends on the participation and support of Jews around the world to make the city flourish both physically and spiritually. CAMPAIGN TSFAT is a combined endowment and capital campaign to provide long-term sustainability for Judaism in Tsfat. A successful campaign will catalyze an explosion of creativity and excellence in Torah. Such an event will inspire countless Jews to return to their roots, opening a wellspring of blessing and tikkun olam.

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You don’t need to be a millionaire to be a part of an Endowment Fund and blessing from the Holy City of Tsfat!

Micro-Endowment for Tsfat

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