Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Irene Levi story 1

Today I met a fascinating woman –Irene (Shaloma) Levi.  Irene is 91 years old and a book of her life – ‘from McComb to Jerusalem’ has just been published.  It tells the story of her life as an unaffiliated  christian … Continue reading

Posted in Guests and their stories | Leave a comment

Church Photos – Romanian Source

just today I came across these three photographs of the church on crestinortodox.ro, which is a Romanian site.  I don’t yet know the origin of these photos. They are of ‘biserica sfantul ierusalem’ –    

Posted in Church Photos | Leave a comment

Church Organ 2

Walter Dunlop remembers when he arrived in Israel in 1986 as a mission partner, one of his first tasks was to liaise with Allen Organs of Macungie, and work with the engineer who came over from the States to put … Continue reading

Posted in Church Organ | Leave a comment

Church Organ 1

The church organ has been operating at constantly reducing capacity over the past two years.  Latterly, our organist said she was never sure when she pressed a key whether she would get the right note, or any note at all!  … Continue reading

Posted in Church Organ | Leave a comment

Ministers – Rev. George Sloan, Tiberias

The name of Rev. George Sloan is well known to people working in the churches in Jerusalem and Tiberias today – because there is a Rev. Sloan Fund dedicated to the development of the Tiberias Church.  But few of us … Continue reading

Posted in Ministers, Presbytery of Jerusalem, Tiberias | Leave a comment

Ministers – Rev. Colin Morton, 1988-1997

Notes from the Memorial Service for Colin Morton, held in the Al Shurooq School for Blind Children, Bethlehem on 20th July 201, and led by Rev. George Shand. Robert Colin Maxwell Morton – Colin – was born in China on … Continue reading

Posted in Ministers | Leave a comment

Ministers in the 1930’s

Here are some pictures of the ministers of St Andrews in the 1930’s.  The quality is poor because they are copies of framed photographs.  At this stage it would be a shame to have to open all the photo frames … Continue reading

Posted in Ministers | Leave a comment