What we do

Making a difference to the lives of vulnerable Christians in the Holy Land

Friends of the Holy Land was established to help and encourage Christians to flourish in the land of their birth.  Read more.

How you can help

Organise events to raise awareness,  raise funds or donate directly

Many of our supporters are organised though parish groups in Anglican and Catholic parishes across England, Wales and Scotland. Read more

Who we are

Entirely apolitical, & backed by Anglican and Catholic Bishops

Volunteers enable Friends of the Holy Land to fulfil our purpose and objectives, helping and encouraging our Christian brothers and sisters in the Holy Land. Read more

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Latest news

Autumn Fundraising News

Autumn Fundraising News

As ever, FHL’s supporters have shown superb personal commitment in helping raise funds.

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Film 'Separating Nativity from Resurrection'

Film 'Separating Nativity from Resurrection'

‘Separating Nativity from Resurrection’

Those of us who visit the Holy Land are frequently asked to comment on the impact that the Separation Wall has on the people whom we support in the West Bank. The FHL short film ’The Suffering Church’, available to view on our website goes some way to explain its effect on the Christian community.

The film ‘Separating Nativity from Resurrection’ addresses the Jerusalem closure policy...click image to see more 


Celebrating the Contribution of Christians in the Middle East

Celebrating the Contribution of Christians in the Middle East

FHL recently received an email from the Dean of Westminster, The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, asking us to help promote a service at Westminster Abbey on the 4th December.  We are delighted to do so.

 The Abbey is hosting a service to ‘Celebrate the Contribution of Christians in the Middle East’ at 5.00 p.m. on Tuesday 4th December 2018.  Click image to read more

Recent projects that make a difference

St. Martha’s House

Since its foundation in 2009 FHL has supported St. Martha’s House, the first day care centre for elderly ladies in Bethlehem.  Read more

Repairing Homes

Many homes particularly in the old parts of towns and cities suffer from damp, which can have a serious impact on the health of the elderly. Read more

School of Joy

Since 2011 FHL have supported the School of Joy, in Beit Sahour, a Special Needs School run by Fr. Abusada. Read more