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NCLCI believes that its tours to Israel are unique. By traveling with NCLCI one has an opportunity to be updated on the complex and currently unfolding situation.

A fact-finding trip with NCLCI offers participants an opportunity to meet with members of the Knesset and other top Israeli officials as well as a cross-section of leading members of the Jewish and Palestinian communities.

A Unique Opportunity
for Christian Leaders & Students to Visit Poland


Learn About the History and Consequences of Antisemitism through an In-depth Experience of Jewish History and the Holocaust


Hosted by JoAnn Magnuson, Holocaust Educator & Veteran Tour Host


Dr. Tricia Miller, CAMERA Christian Research Analyst and
Author of Jews and Anti-Judaism in Esther and the Church


Cost for the tour includes all hotels, breakfasts and dinners, ground transportation, admissions and guides


CAMERA, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis, is the oldest and largest media watch group setting the record straight on Israel and the Middle East since 1982. CAMERA’s Partnership of Christians and Jews provides a powerful response to anti-Christian and anti-Jewish voices in the global media.


JoAnn Magnuson and Tricia Miller are leaders in the National Christian Leadership Conference for Israel
and are trained educators with extensive experience in Holocaust education, opposing antisemitism,

and telling the truth about Israel.


This trip to Poland will:

  • Educate Christian leaders about the history and consequences of antisemitism

  • Equip tour participants to counter lies about Israel and the Jewish people with the truth

  • Demonstrate the need for the existence of the Jewish State

  • Strengthen participants through fellowship with like-minded believers in Eastern Europe
    who have a very different life experience than those of us from the USA


In brief, tour participants will:

  • Learn about 1,000 years of Jewish life in Poland before World War II

  • Encounter first-hand how the Nazis systematically destroyed that life

  • Be strengthened and encouraged by meeting eastern European Christians in Oswiecim, the site of the Nazi extermination camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau



Warsaw for 4 nights – Welcome Dinner and Orientation, Jewish Historical Sites, 2 Nazi Death Camps

Oswiecim for 2 nights – Guided tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau and other local significant sites

Krakow for 4 nights – Oskar Schindler’s Factory, Jewish Historical Sites, Wieliczka Salt Mine


For More Information and to Register, Contact:

JoAnn Magnuson, 952-994-7545, or

Tricia Miller,




Since participants will be coming from different cities, and some may want to arrive sooner and/or stay later than the duration of the tour, participants are encouraged to book their own flights to arrive in Warsaw no later than the afternoon of Day 1


Day 1

Arrive in Warsaw, Poland’s capital

Welcome dinner and orientation meeting


Day 2 - 4

Tour Warsaw, home to one of the largest Jewish populations before WWII

Highlights include:

  • Museum of the History of Polish Jews

  • Nożyk Synagogue – the only synagogue that survived the war

  • Historical reconstructed Old Town of Warsaw

  • Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery – one of the largest, still operating Jewish necropolises in Europe and testimony to hundreds of years of Jewish life

  • The remains of the Jewish ghetto – the largest in Europe, created by the Nazis, and site of two uprisings on the part of its inhabitants

  • Mila 18 – the site where Jewish fighters held out to the end of the Ghetto uprising

  • Monument to the heroes of the Ghetto uprising

  • Umschlagplatz – the collection point where Jews were deported from the Ghetto to extermination camps


While staying in Warsaw, we will tour Treblinka, a nearby Nazi extermination camp where more Jews were murdered than at any other camp except Auschwitz. It is estimated that between 700,000 and 900,000 Jews were killed in its gas chambers.


Day 5

We will leave Warsaw for Oswiecim. En route, we will visit Majdanek, a graphic example of a Nazi extermination camp due to its largely intact gas chambers and crematoria.


Day 6

Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest and deadliest Nazi extermination camp

  • Tour the original barracks and administration buildings

  • See the prisoners’ personal belongings

  • View the gas chambers and crematoria

  • Walk the train tracks that brought prisoners to the camps

  • Experience the sheer vastness of the well-planned and thoroughly executed attempt to annihilate the Jewish people


Visit a local Monastery, where Franciscan monks have preserved the drawings of Marian Kolodziej, a survivor of four concentration camps, including Auschwitz


Have a guided tour of the extremely moving Fountain of Tears Memorial to the Holocaust, designed by Israeli Christian artist, Rick Wienecke


Fellowship with local Christians in Oswiecim


Day 7-9

Tour Krakow, Poland’s cultural heart and former capital

In Krakow we will:

  • Explore the Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz and its seven synagogues including the famous Remuh Synagogue & cemetery

  • See the remains of the Jewish Ghetto and the train station where Jews were deported

  • Visit the “Pharmacy,” the secret gateway to and from the Ghetto

  • Tour Oskar Schindler’s Factory Museum

  • Enjoy the beautiful culture and history of Krakow


Day 10

Departing flights from Krakow airport for those returning to the US at the end of the tour

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