BETHLEHEM – The Dar Al-Kalima Kindergarten Class of 2015 graduated on Friday, May 22nd, 2015. The ceremony took place at Dar Annadwa in Bethlehem. As well as being a graduation ceremony, kindergarten teacher Ms. Amal Demes was honored for her years of service to the Dar Al-Kalima Kindergarten.
Mabrouk and congratulations to all of our graduates!
BETHLEHEM – On Friday, May 15th, 2015, the Class of 2015 graduated from Dar Al-Kalima Lutheran School. Fifteen students participated in the ceremony at Dar Annadwa in Bethlehem. Mabrouk and congratulations to all of our graduates!
BETHLEHEM, 21 March 2012 – (ELCJHL) Dar Al-Kalima Evangelical Lutheran School in Bethlehem celebrated Mother’s Day in grand form this week!
The kindergarten classes kicked off the celebration with a special Mother’s Day carnival on Tuesday, March 20th. Kindergartners dressed up in different costumes and participated in different games and activities with their mothers, including making special Mother’s Day crafts to give their moms.
On Wednesday, students from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classes shared a Mother’s Day breakfast and made crafts to give to their mothers.
The school administration also gave special Mother’s Day presents to the female teachers and celebrated with cake.
From all of us here, we wish all mothers around the world a very Happy Mother’s Day!
An addition at Dar al-Kalima School (left photo) will provide space for science labs and administrative offices. Overseeing the work is contractor Anwar Hilal. At Beit Sahour (right photo) a new third floor will be made into science labs. (S. Countess photos)
On Friday, September 5, 2003 the Dar al-Kalima Health and Wellness Center celebrated its dedication and grand opening in an outdoor ceremony on the school grounds. Bishop Younan, Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb and Dr. As’ad Ramlawi, director of Preventive and Community Medicine at the Palestinian Ministry of Health spoke to the many guests from Palestine, the United States and the Nordic countries. Wheat Ridge Ministries from the U.S., a major contributor to the Wellness Center, was represented by a delegation of eighteen people; Mr. Gregg Smith and Dr. Richard Bimler addressed the audience. Performing were karate students from Dar al-Kalima and musicians from the community. Dar al-Kalima students sang the school anthem and released many baloons. The Health and Wellness Center tour following the program revealed exercise and training rooms, classrooms, and a beatiful swimming pool. “As the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) has the theme ‘For the healing of the world’, such a Health and Wellness Center shows that the Lutheran Church’s theology is to care for the whole perons, mentally, physically and spiritually,” Bishop Younan said.