Posts Tagged: holy land

Easter Greetings from the Holy Land

A number of our partners in the Holy Land send Easter greetings. From Bishop Dr. Munib Younan of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land: I beg you to pray for Arab and Middle East Christians in this region that they may be filled with the power of hope in the Resurrection…. Read more »

No peace for one, no peace for all

Religions for Peace International provides this recap of a meeting attended by staff from the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations: On June 27, 2011 Religions for Peace International hosted an interreligious discussion at the Church Center for the United Nations in New York on “Challenges and Opportunities of Tradition and Change in the Middle… Read more »

For the peace of Jerusalem

Send a Christmas card to President Obama. For the Peace of Jerusalem is a national Christian campaign for Israeli-Palestinian peace now. We are calling for valiant U.S. leadership in the peace process and we believe that this peace must be…

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The hopes and fears of all the years

Reprinted from the Presbyterian News Service: Louisville The following statement is from Gradye Parsons, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Linda Valentine, Executive Director of the General Assembly Mission Council. Each December Presbyterians join…

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Hope, encouragement and perseverence

Alleluia! Christ is Risen. He is Risen Indeed. Alleluia! We, the Heads of the Churches in the Land of the Holy One, share with you the Good News of the life of our local Christian Church as one Body in…

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Send prayers to the people of Bethlehem for Christmas 2009

Pax Christi International invites us to send Christmas prayer greetings to the people of Bethlehem. Once again, Christmas celebrations will take place in a difficult climate for people in the Holy Land. As we prepare to celebrate Advent and Christmas…

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Support bold action for Holy Land peace

Join major Christian leaders from Catholic, Evangelical, Protestant, Orthodox and historic African-American traditions who have come together to declare their support for bold U.S. action and to call for meaningful progress to achieve a just and lasting two-state peace. More…

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