The Help We Need
The Help We Can Provide
As you are probably aware by now,
our goal is to help alleviate the
situation faced by Christians in the Holy Land, and thus to help
to stem the tide of Christian emigration from the Holy Land
through helping to form and sustain connections between
Christians living outside the Holy Land and those living in the
However, sad to
say, the fact is that few Christians outside the Holy Land are
aware that there are Christians living today in the Holy Land,
fewer still are aware of their situation and, most sadly, even
Because of this, first efforts must be principally
ambitious goals will follow, but for now we need to educate our
brethren and sisters of the existence of Christians living in
the Holy Land and their plight.
We are asking for help from clergy and we are asking clergy to
let us help them.
First we are asking you to get informed about
the situation facing
the Christian communities in the Holy Land and to keep yourself
To that end we ask you to
become a fan of our Facebook page,
and/or to follow us on Twitter, and/or to follow our Blog and/or
subscribe to our newsletter.
You can do any or all of this by following the links at
the bottom of this page.
Second, we are asking you to help get your
congregation connected with Christians in the Holy Land and to
get them informed and to help keep them informed through
your sermons, your newsletters and your other communications
with your congregation.
To that end we can provide you with material
for your sermons, posters for your bulletin boards,
“ads” and stories for
your newsletters and more. To
receive our materials (there is no charge for this) including
our newsletter for clergy to keep you abreast of current
developments in the Holy Land affecting the Christian
Communities there, simply
send us an email with your name, your address and your email
address. You can
click on the following links to view and print out some past
materials we have sent to participating clergy.
Sermon 1: Christians in the Holy Land: An Introductory Sermon
2: Christians in the Holy Land: The Search for Identity
Sermon 3: A
A Prayer for Christians in the Holy Land
Poster for Your Bulletin Board
for Your Newsletter
Sermon 4: A
Christmas Sermon 2010
In agreeing to receive our materials or to help us in any way
you are not obligating your self to any extent. Do as much
or as little as you can or desire.
Here are a few you can be doing, if you so chose:
Include in your sermons information about the situation facing
the Christians in the Holy Land and do so as often as you are
Include in your services each Sunday a prayer for Christians
living in the Holy Land.
Encourage your congregation to support local Christian charities
in the Holy Land and to connect with them.
To that end we serve as a conduit for a few of them that do not
have the ability to raise funds in the US on a tax exempt basis.
To view some of them
For more information on the Christian Forest on Mount
Place articles from time to time in your newsletter
Place an “ad” in your newsletter, on a regular basis, and/or a
poster on your bulletin board,
congregants of the plight of the Christians in the Holy Land.
Encourage your fellow clergy to get
In short we are asking you to help us, and let us
help you, to:
between Christians living outside the Holy Land and those living
in the Holy Land.
Help us to:
Stimulate ongoing, lifelong connections between
Christian communities in North America and the Holy Land and the
Christian Communities there by connecting individuals.
By making it very personal.
provide, the Christian communities in the Holy Land with the
kinds of moral, spiritual and tangible support that will
encourage them to remain in the Holy Land and encourage those who
left to return.
Build support among the
Christian communities in the US that can serve to stay the hands
of those who would treat Christians in the Holy Land in ways
that encourage them to leave.
Support and strengthen local institutions
in the Holy Land
that can positively affect the quality of life for Christians in
the Holy Land.
For more information about how you and your
congregation can help,
click here to send us an email.