Voices from the Holy Land Online Film Salon: “Christians in Palestine”

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Please join our brothers and sisters from Voices from the Holy Land for an Online Film Salon discussion this month focusing on Christians in Palestine today, as we approach the Christmas story.  The 2 films are: “Bethlehem – The Living Stones” and “Christians of Palestine, Life Behind the Wall”.
Date: Sunday, December 12, 2021
Time: 3:00 pm EDT / 12:00 noon PDT
Location: On-line
Information: Event information here →
Tickets: Free with registration
Event Details

“Bethlehem – The Living Stones”: So often, Christian pilgrims travel to the Holy Land to experience where Jesus lived, walked and performed miracles. Churches now stand over ancient stones on the places where Bible events occurred. The tours come; the tours go. But most of the pilgrims/tourists don’t encounter the Palestinian people in Bethlehem. This film opens the aperture to experience the land where Jesus walked, through the eyes of “the living stones,” Palestinian Christians who descend from the disciples.

“Christians of Palestine, Life Behind the Wall”: This short documentary focuses on how the Israeli occupation impacts the Palestinian population of today. The story, told by Christian-Palestinians, sheds light on different perspectives of the conflict that we don’t hear about in the United States. Watch the film. Witness the Christmas celebration and hopeful spirit of those living in the walled city of Bethlehem. This film conveys a message of peace, along with a deeper understanding of what the Bethlehemites face.

View these films in advance (links provided upon registration) and join our salon discussion on Dec. 12 with Yousef AlKhouri , lecturer at Bethlehem Bible College & member, Christ at the Checkpoint and Elizabeth, a community builder and former teacher at Jerusalem School in Bethlehem. The discussion will be led by Rev. Susan Wilder, Co-Moderator of the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of The Presbyterian Church (USA).

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