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Following the news with the Jerusalem and Middle East Church Association

Following the news with the Jerusalem and Middle East Church Association

If you haven’t heard of the Jerusalem and Middle East Church Association, now would be a good time to familiarize yourself.

The situation of Christians in various parts of the Middle East is desperate at the moment, and the JMECA news page is a good way to learn about the situation from an Anglican point of view.

Current stories include:


the latest news from Al Ahli Hopsital, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem

the plight of Christians fleeing Qaraqosh in Nineveh province after it was captured by ISIS

Gerald Butt’s report for the Church Times on the possible end of Christianity in Iraq.

The news page can’t always keep up with the pace of events, but it usually captures the Anglican dimension of the current situation, which the mainstream media frequently overlook.

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