|His Majesty King Abdullah and The Rt. Reverent Suheil Dawani|
Jerusalem diocese welcomes Washington bishop, delegation to synod
|Diocese of Washington D.C. and Jerusalem: ¨This valued partnership continues to grow in mutual support on issues benefitting both dioceses, respecting each other's differences," according to a press release from the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. HERE|
|Anglican Hero, The Rt. Reverend John Chane, Bishop of Washington D.C.|
"This valued partnership continues to grow in mutual support on issues benefitting both dioceses, respecting each other's differences," according to a press release from the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Chane spoke of the energy of the Majma and the faithful witness to Christ. "It is not about the size of the diocese. It is about what it does and what it offers to the rest of the church worldwide," he said.
Signs of hope amid challenges
|Bishop Suheil and Mrs. Shafeeqa Dawani address Anglican Church of Canada General Synod 2010|
Bishop Suheil Dawani of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, and his wife, Mrs. Shafeeqa Dawani, address members of General Synod 2010 on Saturday morning.
Strengthening and deepening the partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem has become a priority for the Anglican Church of Canada. On the second full day of General Synod 2010, members heard first hand the challenges facing people in the Holy Land and how hope and witness has sustained them in their faith and ministry.
Known as bridge-builders among all faith traditions, the Rt. Rev. Suheil Dawani, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, and his wife, Mrs. Shafeeqa Dawani, who is involved in the leadership and development of women's ministries in the church, both addressed the members of General Synod.
|Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Anglican Church of Canada|
"I have a deep appreciation for your church's presence, prayers, support and commitment to the Diocese of Jerusalem," said Bishop Dawani who expressed appreciation for the Primate's visit and his willingness to, "witness every step and movement of people suffering." HERE
· Thanks to The Anglican Church of Canada, Trina Gallop
· Thanks to His Majesty King Abdullah, Jordan
· Thanks to Bishop John Chane, TEC Washington D.C.
· Thanks to Rt. Rev. Suheil Dawani, Jerusalem
· Thanks to Archbishop Fred Hiltz's, Canada
· Thanks to Mrs. Shafeeqa Dawani, Jerusalem
· Thanks to The Rt. Reverend John Chane, Washington D.C.
· Thanks to The Episcopal Church News Service
|Anglican Hero Archbishop Martin Barahona, Bishop of El Salvador and Primate Emeritus of Central America|
“The Windsor Report,” he said. “It’s just a report. When did it become like The Bible? The Covenant. Why do we need another covenant? We have the Baptismal Covenant. We have the creeds. What else do we need?” HERE