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Holy Land

A church painting in the Diocese of Jerusalem
A painting adorns the wall of a church in the Diocese of Jerusalem.
© ABM/Julianne Stewart, 2016


In Palestine, ABM works with the Diocese of Jerusalem, which is one of four dioceses of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East.

The Diocese of Jerusalem also covers Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Israel with a total of almost thirty parishes.

The church is very active in its ministry and supports various institutions including hospitals, clinics, kindergartens and schools with the aim to provide better healthcare and education to local communities. It also works to build up interfaith dialogue between Christians, Jews and Muslims in these countries.

ABM has supported the diocese for many years, through funded projects, the Good Friday Gift and most recently, through an emergency appeal for Syria. 

 

2018 project in palestine

Community Development Program 

You can learn more about ABM's Programs here.

 

 

 

The ABM Good Friday Gift Centenary Edition

This year, 2018, marks the centenary since ABM first began collecting donations for the Good Friday Gift, an annual appeal which traditionally focuses on fundraising for the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East. (Find out more about the ABM Good Friday Gift here: www.abmission.org/GoodFriday18)

In this video, The Most Revd Suheil Dawani, Primate of the Episcopal Church of Jerusalem and the Middle East and Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, delivers a message of thanks to supporters of the ABM Good Friday Gift.

 

Good Friday Gift Updates

November, 2018

  • The Rev Navina Thompson, Curate at St Mark’s Famagusta and Student Chaplain at the Eastern Mediterranean University, shares her reflection on being a female university chaplain in Northern Cyprus. Read more
  • A report received from EpiscoCare in the Diocese of Egypt gives an update on how your Good Friday Gift donations have helped local families and communities through their healthcare program. Read more