Christians in Jerusalem extend an invitation to Canadian Anglicans to visit the Holy Land. They also cite how they can help the ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
The Rev. Saleem Dawani, a young priest at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Al-Zababdeh, talks about his hopes and dreams for his congregation. He also reflects on the challenges of living in security-controlled areas.
Rare footage of life inside Gaza City, which is home to more than 1.5 million people, including 1.2 million Palestine refugees.
Decades of conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas have left 80 per cent of the population living in poverty and dependent on international aid. The drive through Gaza City shows a sad terrain of tin shacks, dilapidated buildings and roads littered with old car parts.
The Israeli checkpoint to enter Gaza , says Anglican Video producer Lisa Barry, is "like a huge prison—stark and forbidding."
In an emotional interview, Shafeeqa Dawani, wife of Diocese of Jerusalem Bishop Suheil Dawani, dismisses perceptions that Palestinian women have no voice in society.
Grade 3 students from St. George's School greet visitors with delightful songs in Arabic, including Jingle Bells.
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 Guest House 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.