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We’re certain that, having visited the church that you will want to join The Friends of St Andrews Jerusalem.

For us, and indeed for all of its visitors, the church has left an indelible memory.  Its location and presence in Jerusalem are unique.  Once back at home, you’ll remember the impact that it made, whether spiritually or physically, on your initial encounter.  And so it was with all of us, as Friends of St Andrews Jerusalem.

By becoming a member you can help us support the current work that the church undertakes – often in partnership with other Christian organisations.  You can contribute to the awarding of scholarships.  And you can ensure that those who follow behind you are left with that impact that you experienced. Don’t let this opportunity slip by. And we’re pretty certain that, even without having visited our church, you will want to join The Friends of St Andrew’s Jerusalem to support our on-going work.

If you would like to join the Friends of St Andrew’s, or learn more about the Friends and our work, please complete and submit the application form below.

If you pay income tax in the UK, you can make a gift aid declaration to increase the value of your giving to us at no extra cost to yourself. We appreciate this. Simply download the attached pdf from the above link, complete it, and send it with your cheque to the address below.

Society of Friends of St Andrew’s, Jerusalem

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Church of Scotland

121 George Street

Edinburgh EH2 4YN


Or email Dorothy McMonagle