International funding buys an ambulance to secure future of St Luke’s Hospital in Nablus

Posted on: January 22, 2019 The congregation of St John’s Norwood in Chevy Chase, Maryland, already pay part of a nurse’s salary at St Luke’s Hospital in Nablus – now they have helped to fund an . Photo Credit: AFEDJ An international fundraising campaign in England and the United States has enabled St Luke’s Hospital … Continue reading “International funding buys an ambulance to secure future of St Luke’s Hospital in Nablus”

US churches raise money to buy ambulance, save Anglican hospital in West Bank city

By David Paulsen  St. Luke’s Hospital is a charity hospital in Nablus, West Bank, run by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. Photo: AFEDJ, from video [Episcopal News Service] An Episcopal congregation in the Diocese of Washington is rallying its parishioners and other churches behind an Anglican hospital thousands of miles away in the West Bank … Continue reading “US churches raise money to buy ambulance, save Anglican hospital in West Bank city”

Anglican-Jewish Commission releases communiqué from recent meeting

Posted on: April 23, 2018 Immigration and minorities were chief topics of discussion at a meeting of the Anglican-Jewish Commission last month in Jerusalem. One particular focus was the situation facing Christians in the Middle East. They agreed that any responses to the situation must be grounded in an understanding and affirmation of human life … Continue reading “Anglican-Jewish Commission releases communiqué from recent meeting”