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A fond farewell

A fond farewell

A message from our Communications, Manager Marion Homer....

"This month I have some news to share which is a little difficult for me personally.

"After two years and eight months working as FHL’s Communications Manager I will be leaving on Wednesday Feb 6th. As many of you will know, I work as FHL’s Communications Manager three days a week; on Thursdays and Fridays I manage Stratford upon Avon’s Foodbank. Whilst I love both roles working two part time jobs full time can be challenging, and for some time now I have hoped that one of the organisations might be able to offer me a full time position...

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Peter Rand looks forward to 2019

Peter Rand looks forward to 2019

2019 will be a milestone year for FHL – in November our charity will be 10 years old. Who would have believed that the actions of a small but dedicated group of pilgrims, under the guidance of our much missed founder Michael Whelan, could have had such a profound and lasting impact?

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 £6K raised in one weekend

£6K raised in one weekend

Westminster parishioner John Scanlan, raised a staggering £6,000 in just one weekend for Christian charity the ‘Friends of the Holy Land’.

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Rosary Sisters Bethlehem School

Rosary Sisters Bethlehem School

During his recent visit to the Holy Land FHL Trustee Peter Rand visited the Rosary Sisters School in Bethlehem, where FHL supports a number of Christian students.
Helping Diana

Helping Diana

Last November FHL trustee Peer Rand made one of his regular trips to the West Bank to catch up with FHL staff, volunteers and beneficiaries. Whilst there FHL’s Bethlehem team, Nancy and Reem, showed Peter some new cases of needy Christians requiring our support, including the case of Diana who lives on her in the old city of Bethlehem.

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Lichfield  Carol Service 2018

Lichfield Carol Service 2018

Over one hundred and fifty Christians, from differing traditions, came together at ‘The Friends of the Holy Land’ carol service at Lichfield Cathedral on Friday 7th December. Standing shoulder to shoulder, they prayed for peace and a greater understanding of the difficulties faced by Christians living in the Holy Land today. The non-denominational nature of the occasion was underlined by the presence of the very Revd Adrian Dorber, Dean of Lichfield, and the Rt Rev David McGough, Bishop for the RC Archdiocese of Birmingham, who jointly officiated at the service.

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