The Magdala volunteer program is a period of time that a person gives to God to serve in the ministries and services that Magdala provides to pilgrims in order to extend the Kingdom of God.
Volunteers serve at Magdala by offering their talents, their time and skills to fulfill the mission and vision of Magdala.
Volunteering at Magdala is an experience in spiritual and community service, as well as an introduction to new friends from around the world and immersion into Middle Eastern culture. This experience also creates wonderful human, cultural, and spiritual encounters in an atmosphere of respect, camaraderie, enthusiasm, service, and generosity. It is an experience that expands individual understanding and deepens personal faith.
Mary Magdalene and those that followed Jesus were the first volunteers of the gospel. Today, volunteers at Magdala share that same spirit, forming a community of believers with one heart and mind: through service, community life, spirituality, and testimony.
“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers” Acts 2:42.