Friends of the Holy Land (FHL), a UK-based charity committed to supporting Christian people and communities in the Holy Land, has launched an Emergency ‘Family Support’ Appeal to include remaining Christians in Gaza. Conditions in the Gaza Strip have become exceptionally difficult as a result of the destruction of homes and infrastructure, and FHL is increasingly concerned for the welfare of remaining Christians.
Three members of FHL’s Management Committee spent five days in July representing the charity at the Church of England’s General Synod at York. Jim Quinn, FHL Chairman, Peter Rand, Vice Chairman, and Sean Higgins, Director of Development, manned our stand in the exhibition area and organised a ‘fringe meeting’ to bring Synod members up to date with developments with FHL and in the Holy Land.
“Seeing is believing”. We encourage everyone to visit the Holy Land, pray with the local community at the Sunday Service, visit a school or children’s home,... Read more
Welcome to the Friends of the Holy Land – a charitable organisation established in the UK in 2009 to assist the Christians in the Holy Land. In so many ways...Read more
Many international agencies provide finance for major projects. Friends of the Holy Land provides resources for small projects that make a big difference to... Read more
The primary purpose of the Friends of the Holy Land is to support Christians in the Holy Land, to enable them to maintain a minimum level of quality of life...Read more
The Friends of the Holy Land (FHL) is a Registered Charity in England and Wales. No. 1130054.