The King’s College is proud to partner with the Galilea Fellowship and the Center for Hebraic Thought to offer students a three month (one semester) immersive semester in Israel. The Galilea Fellowship brings English-speaking, Christian young adults to Israel as teaching fellows for an organized program of community service, study, and touring. Students receive academic credit (up to 12 credit hours) for teaching English at Jewish and Arab-Christian schools, taking a class on Jewish-Christian relations, and learning introductory modern Hebrew. Tours will be with licensed guides to local archaeological, religious, and historical sites. The program also offers the fellows local guest speakers, Hebrew language learning, and a Shabbat experience.

Watch this video to learn more about the non-credit fellowship.

Type of Opportunity: Academic, Credit Required

Classes Offered:

  • REL 2XX: Conversational Modern Hebrew (3 credits)
  • REL 2XX: Issues in Contemporary Jewish-Christian Relations (3 credits)
  • REL 998/9 Practicum (3 credits)
  • REL 998/9 Practicum (3 credits)
  • Students can opt to take a fifth class from our online courses or an independent studies course (with an additional $1000 fee).

Spring (2020)

January 7—March 24, 2020

King’s Application Deadline: October 15, 2019

Fall (2020)

Term dates TBD

King’s Application Deadline: TBD

Eligibility: a minimum of 30 credit hours, 3.0 minimum GPA, 20+ years old (Exceptions can be considered with a letter explaining why).

Contact: The Rev. Dr. Dru Johnson at

Application: Students of The King’s College apply with Dr. Johnson. Students not currently enrolled at The King’s College can apply using this form.

Cost: Regular semester tuition for matriculated students at The King’s College. (Tuition covers 12 credits of course work, round trip flights to Israel, and housing for the entirety. It does not cover the cost of food)