Over 60 Anglican and Roman Catholic representatives gathered at Lambeth Palace last week for FHL’s second national Diocesan Coordinators conference. With 25 Catholic and Anglican dioceses represented, it reflected FHL’s ecumenical and apolitical credentials. Dean Hosam Naoum of St Georges Cathedral in Jerusalem urged those attending to engage in “hope filled action” by working together through FHL to support vulnerable Christians living in the Holy Land. The day focused on the importance of pilgrimage, particularly the experience of ecumenical pilgrimage, and the growth and success of FHL since its foundation in 2009.
Thank you to all the parishes and dioceses who are sending in your crib offerings to support the most needy Christian families in and around Bethlehem.
In this section of the site you will find contact details for the Friends of the Holy Land.
“Seeing is believing”. We encourage everyone to visit the Holy Land, pray with the local community at the Sunday Service, visit a school or children’s home,... Read more
Welcome to the Friends of the Holy Land – a charitable organisation established in the UK in 2009 to assist the Christians in the Holy Land. In so many ways...Read more
Many international agencies provide finance for major projects. Friends of the Holy Land provides resources for small projects that make a big difference to... Read more
The primary purpose of the Friends of the Holy Land is to support Christians in the Holy Land, to enable them to maintain a minimum level of quality of life...Read more
The Friends of the Holy Land (FHL) is a Registered Charity in England and Wales. No. 1130054.