A sanctuary for remembrance, reflection and reconciliation
Pray not for Arab or Jew,
Our weekly Sunday service is communion at 10am. Visitors are always welcome.
Afterwards, worshippers are invited to tea, coffee and conversation in the lounge of St Andrew's Scottish Guesthouse next door or to buy traditional Palestinian craft goods from the Sunbula shop just off the lounge.
St Andrew’s Scots Memorial Church looks across the valley to the golden walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. The church is built beside ancient tombs on the original road to Bethlehem.
The church was constructed as a memorial to Scottish soldiers who died here in World War I and was dedicated in 1930.
Now the church’s "living memorial" is its worshipping community - people who live out their Christian faith and values in a complex and challenging environment.
The church, the guesthouse, and their terrace and garden are places for quiet reflection, open to everyone, in the midst of a noisy and bustling city.
The church, with its resonant accoustic, is also regularly used for concerts.
St Andrew’s is part of the Church of Scotland’s commitment to the people of this land and this region.
We work through partnerships with local Christian communities and with organizations and projects of all faith backgrounds. Along with our partners we invest in peace with justice. We share with them a commitment to remembrance and reconciliation.
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Fair play for Pharisees
The broken bread that comes down from heaven
A new exodus
Sheep without a shepherd
The cost of discipleship
An undomesticated God
De profundis: Crying out from the depths
Breaking the idols
Not of this world
That was then, this is now
Strange math: Three-in-one and one-in-three
Renewed, but always in need of renewal
Where can I find you?
Ballad of the Bread Man
Our still speaking, crying, shouting, whispering God
A word for a sacrament
Who's that knocking on my window?
God's no to empire, God's yes to us