The students of our Village come from over 30 different countries. Presently, religious students pray in small rooms around the campus; Religious studies and seminars are either held in class rooms or other places on the premises. But also the non-religious students sometimes want to pray or study the Scriptures. What they need is a
JEWISH HOUSE OF PRAYER FOR ALL NATIONS
Due to the multi-cultural set up of the Village, the leadership decided not to build a Synagogue affiliated to a specific stream of Judaism. It would have to be a place where every Jewish student, no matter what his background was, would feel welcome and at home. And what better place than a Jewish House of Prayer for ALL nations and denominations.