Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Our calling is specifically to assist Jewish people.

We are entirely funded by the generous donations of our supporters. They are Christian individuals, churches and ministries from all backgrounds throughout the United States.

Godly Character: We will fulfill our mandate while demonstrating Godly character or what the New Testament calls “the fruit of the Spirit.”  (Galatians 5:22-23)

Partnership: We will work in partnership with the Jewish community and the Church.

Honor: We will honor and treat with dignity those we assist and those we work alongside.

Courageous Service: We will assist and serve with courage, remaining steadfast to our purpose, regardless of circumstantial pressures.

Operation Exodus has representatives in over 55 nations. You can learn more about the work in other nations by visiting the international website: Operation Exodus International

Operation Exodus is a Christian ministry helping Jewish people return to Israel. We are affiliated with Ebenezer Emergency Fund International, a ministry started in the United Kingdom in 1991 by Gustav Scheller. There are representatives in over 55 countries around the world. Together, we have assisted over 160,000 Jewish people with their return to Israel from many different nations —particularly from the former Soviet Union (fSU). Learn more ABOUT US.

We partner with the Jewish Agency for Israel to assist Jewish people from the USA with their return to Israel. This is called “making aliyah.”

We partner with Ebenezer Emergency Fund International to raise funds and prayer support to help Jewish people in other nations.

We provide humanitarian aid to Holocaust survivors and many others in need in the former Soviet Union (fSU).

We assist immigrants (known as olim) with getting settled in Israel.

We teach in churches about God’s ongoing purpose for the Jewish people and how we, as Christians, can be involved through prayer, giving and serving.

We hold action-packed trips—called “Engage”—to Israel for young adults (ages 18-35).

For more information about how you can take action, select TAKE ACTION.

Gentile Christians are indebted to the Jewish People.

The vast majority of Christians are Gentile (non-Jewish) believers in the God of Israel, and as such, we are indebted to the Jewish people (see Romans 15:27). They have given us everything we believe in: the Bible, the Church founders and even Jesus Himself. Nevertheless, throughout the history of the Church we have frequently rejected and persecuted Jewish people. We are deeply ashamed of this part of our history.

Today we have a unique opportunity to reverse the wrongs of the last 2,000 years and write a new chapter in the relationship between the Church and the Jewish people. Now is the time to bless them and assist them to return to Israel, the land God promised to give them as an everlasting and unconditional possession (see Genesis 17:8).

God invites Gentiles to assist Jewish people with their return to Israel.

In the Scriptures, God clearly invites Gentiles to participate with Him in this process. Isaiah 49:22 states, “See, I will beckon to the Gentiles, I will lift up My banner to the peoples; they will bring your sons in their arms and carry your daughters on their shoulders.” (NKJV)

Their return makes God known among the nations.

Ezekiel 36 and 37 tell us the main reason why God is bringing His people back to the Land of Israel. He says He will do it so that both Israel and the nations will “know that I am the Lord.”

There is no greater privilege than to partner with the Lord in making His Name known among the nations. We invite you to join us in doing so!

Olim is the word used to describe Jewish immigrants to Israel. It is a plural of oleh (masculine singular) or olah (feminine singular).

"Making aliyah" is the process of Jewish immigration to Israel. The Hebrew word “aliyah” means to “go up.”

The term fSU refers to the former Soviet Union. This includes: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

As of December 2017, Operation Exodus USA had assisted over 2900 Jewish people.

As of December 2017, Operation Exodus USA and our international counterparts had assisted over 160,000 Jewish people.

You may contact us using our CONTACT FORM, or any of the following:

Mailing Address:
Operation Exodus USA
P.O. Box 568
Lancaster, NY 14086

Phone: 716.681.6300
Fax: 716.681.6304

Yes, Operation Exodus USA has a Facebook page.

Yes, we have a quarterly USA Bulletin which you can view online or receive by mail.  Our International Bulletin and Humanitarian Aid Bulletin are also available online.

The first and most important way you can assist the ministry of Operation Exodus USA and the Jewish people is to pray. For details, select PRAY.

You may also wish to make a financial donation to enable Jewish people to return to Israel. For details, select GIVE.

If you would like to share about the return of the Jewish people to Israel, you may request resources (if so, use the resource tab) or a speaker to visit your church or small group. For details, select INVITE.

Sometimes we also have short- or long-term volunteer opportunities. For details, select VOLUNTEER.

Young Adults can participate in our “Engage Israel” trip. For details, select ENGAGE.