Teach Israel

Rabbis and Christian Leaders Supporting Israel

"By learning together, we'll teach the world."

--Rabbi Moshe Rothchild

 

After 2,000 years of animosity and persecution, Jews and Christians are now standing shoulder to shoulder in solidarity with Israel. Teach Israel is an organization connecting rabbis and Christian leaders, Jews and Christians in their mutual Biblical love for Israel.

Through relationship building, educational opportunities and grass-root activism, Teach Israel stands at the forefront of a new era of Jewish-Christian relations. We have begun the conversation of reconciliation and we invite you to be a part of it.

Teach Israel is a registered Israeli Not for Profit

 

Director

Rabbi Moshe Rothchild

Rabbi Moshe Rothchild, an Orthodox rabbi, is the founder and director of Teach Israel, an educational organization that works together with Jews and Christians in order to strengthen Israel.  Rabbi Moshe is also a licensed Israeli tour guide and enjoys sharing his love for Israel by taking others around and teaching about the history and beauty of the land.  Rabbi Moshe’s specialty is tours based on the Bible.  Rabbi Moshe lives together with his wife Yonit and their four children in the town of Efrat, Israel where they moved in 2009.  Before that time, he served as the rabbi of the Beit David Highland Lakes Synagogue in Miami, Florida.

Creative Director

Yonit

Yonit Rothchild is the Creative Director at Teach Israel.  Yonit is a freelance writer, artist, educator, and mom.  Together, with her husband Rabbi Moshe Rothchild she enjoys sharing the truth and beauty about the land of Israel with others.  Before moving to Israel in 2009, Yonit and Rabbi Moshe served as the spiritual leaders of the Beit David Highland Lakes synagogue in Miami, Florida.

Board Members

Tom Bagett

Tom Baggett, a third generation Pentecostal preacher, grew up under the influence and ministry of his father and grandfather. His grandfather, Thomas B. Baggett, Sr., was a “fiery” brush arbor preacher that founded more than a dozen churches in Louisiana and East Texas. His father, Thomas B. Baggett, Jr., DDS, served as a pastor for more than 40 years. In the steps of his father, Tom graduated with honors from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in 1982 and has received numerous awards for his contributions to the field of dentistry. In 1988, he entered the ministry and has served these years as an evangelist, teacher, and pastor. Above all, his father passed to Tom a love for the land of Israel and the Jewish people.