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On March 23, 2004, Bishop Younan was the first of four lecturers in a series of cultural and religious events in Milan, Italy. Speaking on the topic “Co-Existence in Jerusalem and the Middle East,” Bishop Younan stated: “Jerusalem does not need walls. Jerusalem needs more places for bringing people together for mutual understanding. Christians around […]

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Representatives from the Lutheran, Baptist and Methodist churches in Denmark as well as representatives from DanChurch Aid and the Ecumenical Council in Denmark visited Palestine and Israel from March 13-20, 2004. The leaders of the delegation were the Rt. Rev. Kresten Drejergaard, Bishop of Fuenen (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark, ELCD); the Rev. Ane Hjerrild, […]

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n Sunday, March 21, 2004, Pr. Kjell and Inger Jonasson were installed in their ELCJ positions during the Arabic-language service at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, Old City Jerusalem. Pr. Kjell Jonasson, from the Church of Sweden, is ELCJ Bishop Dr. Munib Younan’s Assistant for Ecumenical Affairs and International Relations. In addition, part of […]

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Bishop Emeritus Krister Stendahl, the former Dean of Divinity at Harvard University, USA, and his wife Brita visited Jerusalem and Bethlehem in February. Two visitors from Germany recently consulted with Bishop Younan in Jerusalem: Dr. Cornelia Coenan Marx of Kaiserswerth in Germany and Rolf Peter Wiegard, the administrator of the Berlin Mission Work (BMW), Germany. […]

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On Sunday, November 23, 2003, the congregation of the Lutheran Church of Beit Sahour rejoiced with five confirmands who affirmed their baptisms. Bishop Dr. Munib A. Younan confirmed Maher Munir Odeh, Nassim Majed Nassar, Mariana Faraj El-Lati, Lu’ay Iyad Qumsieh and Samir Muhannad Qumsieh in the morning worship service. Evangelist Hani Odeh also participated in […]

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After seven long years of prayer, work, construction, delays, curfews, closures and determination, Abraham’s House (Abrahams-Herberge in German) is a reality at last. On October 30, 2003, the building and its ministry were dedicated to the glory of God in the presence of hundreds of people. Located on the church compound of the Lutheran Church […]

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On Monday, September 1, 2003, the long-awaited dedication and grand opening of the Ad-Dar Cultural and Conference Center alongside the Lutheran Christmas Church (ELCJ) in Bethlehem was held. Many guests came from Finland (the government of Finland gave generous financial support in building the Conference Center), the United States and other countries to join the […]

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