Yad Hashmona is a communal Moshav in Israel, that continues the vision of the early Messianic Pioneers in the Land of Israel, who cultivated the land, shared the Gospel and built a community.Read about the ministry ›
Founded in 1971, Yad Hashmona is a vital, active and growing Moshav of Israeli believers who use the land for the advancement of Biblically based spiritual activities, fellowship and sustainability. It serves as an important platform for Believers’ activities: conferences, holiday gatherings, Seminars, Congregation’s gatherings, events, Youth and children’s activities, small businesses, Community living and much more.
In the future, the Moshav hopes to expand, so more families can join the vision of this community and physically move there, and be a testimony of faith in the God of Israel through work and service.
The ministry of Yad Hashmona enables activities and funding to projects that serve the Moshav and the believing community living at Yad Hashmona. This includes the elderly, children, youth, soldiers and families in general. At the same time, Yad Hashmona serves the Israeli people who visit the Moshav.
Ayelet Ronen is an Israeli Jewish believer. Born in 1972, she is married to Daniel Ronen (DVM). Together, they have 6 children. Ayelet has been in management of Yad Hashmona since 2007, however she has lived here in the Moshav since she was 9 years old. Her parents left Ramat Gan to join the pioneer’s group who settled at Yad Hashmona. She is completely devoted to the vision of the Moshav and all it does in testimony to the Israeli people.
Itai Meron was born in 1955 in Kibbutz Ein Dor located at the foothill of Mt. Tabor. His parents were from the founding pioneers of the Kibbutz. He became a believer in 1975 during his IDF service, and joined Yad Hashmona in 1995 where he lives with his wife Saila. Together they have 2 children and 1 Grandchild. He has been the director of the fund for 10 years, and takes an active roll in the management of the Moshav.