Every journey begins with a first step ...

The Jerusalem Way is the world's longest pilgrimage and an international peace and culture route!

The Jerusalem Way connects religions and peoples in a unique peace project.

The Jerusalem Way stands for mutual recognition and tolerance.

Love, the most powerful force in the universe, penetrates, illuminates everything and builds bridges between all people!

 

Pilgrims create openness to encounters, dismantle prejudices and fears, and strengthen trust - basic trust. The supposed boundaries between peoples and religions can be bridged by individuals with love and mutual respect.

WALK FOR PEACE

Every journey begins with a first step...

 

The Jerusalem Way - The world's longest path of peace and pilgrimage! This international cultural route runs from Spain through Europe and Asia to Jerusalem.

 

The Jerusalem Way is a hands-on project with a strong sign of tolerance and acceptance to build bridges between different religions, cultures and peoples. As an international path of peace and culture, it leads from the end of the Way of St. James (Finisterra / Santiago de Compostela, SP) through the heart of Europe to Jerusalem. 15 countries and the continents Europe and Asia are connected with the Holy Land over a distance of about 7500 km. 

 

The Jerusalem Way combines religions and cultures in a unique peace project.

 

The Jerusalem Way stands for mutual recognition and tolerance.

 

The values ​​and visions of this peace project are conveyed through the book On the Jerusalem Way (available in English and German), international film lectures and exhibitions and the website www.jerusalemway.org mediated.

 

Pilgrims create openness to encounters, dismantle prejudices and fears and strengthen trust -

the basic trust! The supposed boundaries between peoples and religions can be bridged by individuals with love and mutual respect.

 

THERE IS ONLY ONE RELIGION - THE RELIGION OF LOVE! GOD IS LOVE

 

"Love, the strongest force in the universe, penetrates and illuminates everything and builds bridges between all people!"

 

And let us remember, a pilgrimage is not only a spiritual experience but also the most ecological way to travel! Environmental protection and gentle tourism are in harmony.


JERUSALEM WAY
International Peace Team

www.jerusalemway.org / www.jerusalemway.eu
www.jerusalemweg.de / www.jerusalemweg.at


STATEMENT

Statement 

 

Dear friends, dear friends of the Jerusalem Way


The current events in Israel and Palestine shock us. We feel for everyone who has lost people, who are frozen in fear, who either fall silent or rise up in anger because of injustice.


The global community is more than ever obliged to take a look and find solutions. History has taught us one thing; With a weapon in your hand, no matter which side you fight for, you cannot create peace. With this in mind, we appeal to those responsible to work for a ceasefire.

 

We have decided not to make any political statements on our channels. We will not post pro-Palestine or pro-Israel. The history is too complex. Committed to the Creed of the Jerusalem Way, to walk for peace, We don't take sides, we support the vision of peaceful, intercultural, interreligious coexistence as a human family.


The JERUSALEM WAY community consists of almost six thousand people from more than a hundred nations and all continents. They are pilgrims, accommodation providers, patrons and religious representatives.


Pilgrimage is experience and metaphor. You set off and have determined your destination, but how the path takes shape and when you arrive only develops as you go. Like pilgrims carry their luggage, people carry their history with them. Ideally, he finds reconciliation and appreciation of his past within himself or with the help of witnesses. What countless pilgrims tell us: “When I arrived at my destination, I was a different, more forgiving, more confident person. Because I experienced so many miracles and humanity along the way.”


Like walking, we want to grow from not knowing into answers so that we and future generations have perspective. We would like to still believe in miracles, in the miracle of peace. And we want to cultivate a culture of appreciation, confidence and reaching out on our channels.


Peace & Ultreia


JERUSALEM WAY
International Peace Team


Communication team:
Johannes Aschauer
Rose-Marie Gasser
Orlando Berger
Samuel Häckel
Martin Rexeis

 

7 November 2023


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Photos: Jerusalem Way Peace Dove at Nadlingerhof in Austria (click for details)