From the old quarters and city walls, here’s a glimpse of an ordinary day at the extraordinary city of Jerusalem, which is a holy and symbolic place for Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
A tour of St. George's Cathedral Pilgrim Guesthouse in Jerusalem, which has been offering accommodations and hospitality to pilgrims since 1923.
Dr. Hisham Nassar, health consultant for the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, explains why healthcare is an essential part of the critical services provided by the diocese, which covers Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Syria and Palestine.
St. Margaret’s Guesthouse, run by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, offers a majestic view of the Basilica of the Annunciation and the old city centre. Located on a hilltop in the northeast part of Nazareth, it has a stone terrace for guests who prefer to have their meals outdoors.
With unemployment in the West Bank and Gaza at 25 to 55 per cent, the Episcopal Technological and Vocational Training Center in Ramallah provides hundreds of young men and women with much-needed support and a critical path to a better future. Students learn trades—with a particular focus on hotel and restaurant management— at this school run by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Iyad Rafidi, headmaster of the Arab Evangelical Episcopal School in Ramallah, West Bank, offers his insights on poverty and the school's mission "to help those in need."
The bright, hopeful faces of students from the Arab Evangelical School in Ramallah, a Palestinian city in central West Bank where peace remains fragile, are captured in this moving photo essay.
From peace negotiations to the “teaching and healing ministry” of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, Bishop Suheil Dawani expounds on the issues that affect the lives of Palestinians and Israelis in the Middle East.
A mother speaks with gratitude about how her prematurely born son is being cared for at St. Luke's, a general hospital established by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem 100 years ago.