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Despair and Violence in Gaza, in Jerusalem

by Adrainne Gray Helpless, despair, shoulders shrug, all five fingers pinched together, and wrist flicked upward “Shu Hada?” “What, shall we do?” Some keep on singing. The trolley runs through Jerusalem, as usual. Flags of Israel and the U.S. fly

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Sylvia’s Faith Statement

Matthew 25: 34 – 40 34 “Then the King will speak to those on his right. He will say, ‘My Father has blessed you. Come and take what is yours. It is the kingdom prepared for you since the world

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May 2018 Newsletter
April 22, 2018 Sermon
March 2018 Graytones Newsletter
January 2018 GrayTones Newsletter
November 2017 GrayTones Newsletter
A License to Drive

By Ben Gray Driving in Palestine and Israel offers a whole host of unique challenges… drivers make their own lanes, one-way streets are only suggestions, sidewalks are fair game for cars and roads are fair game for pedestrians, horns start

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One Year in Jerusalem: A Time for Everything

By Adrainne Gray On August 10, we celebrated one year since our deployment to Jerusalem/Palestine. What a year! The four of us think back on our ministry and life here and do not regret the day we decided to say

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A Diaconal Message for the Consecration of Adrainne Gray

September 17, 2017 – Greetings to The Right Bishop Munib Younan, The Bishop-Elect Ibrahim Azar, The Propst Wolfgang Schmidt, and esteemed Reverends, Deacons, and the Good People of God. Thank you for your presence. *** In 2012, my father, who had been

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