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Rev. Sally Azar: La campaña de los Jueves de negro “está uniendo a la gente a escala mundial”

Nuestra serie de entrevistas con los embajadores y embajadoras de los Jueves de negro da visibilidad a personas que desempeñan un papel fundamental aumentando la repercusión de nuestro llamado colectivo por un mundo sin violaciones ni violencia. La Rev. Sally Azar, de la Iglesia Evangélica Luterana en Jordania y Tierra Santa, trabaja actualmente como pastora en Jerusalén para las congregaciones de habla árabe e inglesa. 

Pastorin Sally Azar: Donnerstags in Schwarz „bringt alle Menschen zusammen“

Unsere Interview-Serie mit „Donnerstags in Schwarz“-Botschafterinnen und -Botschaftern stellt Menschen in den Mittelpunkt, die eine wichtige Rolle spielen, um die Wirkung unseres gemeinsamen Rufs nach einer Welt ohne Vergewaltigung und Gewalt zu vertiefen. Pastorin Sally Azar arbeitet für die Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Jordanien und im Heiligen Land und ist derzeit als Pastorin in Jerusalem sowohl für arabisch- als auch für englischsprachige Gemeinden tätig.

Pasteure Sally Azar: Les Jeudis en noir «fédèrent des personnes du monde entier»

Notre série d’entretiens avec les ambassadeurs et ambassadrices des Jeudis en noir met en lumière les femmes et les hommes qui jouent un rôle essentiel dans l’amplification des effets de notre appel collectif à un monde sans viol ni violence. Pasteure de l’Église évangélique luthérienne de Jordanie et de la Terre Sainte, Sally Azar exerce actuellement son ministère dans des paroisses arabophones et anglophones de Jérusalem.

Rev. Sally Azar: Thursdays in Black “is universally bringing people together”

Our series of interviews with Thursdays in Black ambassadors highlights those who are playing a vital role in increasing the impact of our collective call for a world without rape and violence. Rev. Sally Azar is a pastor at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, and currently serves as a pastor in Jerusalem for both Arabic and English-speaking congregations. 

Christian-Jewish Dialogue: Faith is why we are here today

“My first glimpse of a barrier as a child was the sight of little fish moving back and forth in a fish tank. It was the only home they knew, and if I reached out a hand, they would flee in fear,” remarked Rondy Said, a pastor in Ramallah and responsible for youth work with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL) during a September 1 workshop on Christian Jewish dialogue in the Israeli-Palestinian context.

Lutherans from around the world gather in Namibia

Almost 800 participants, including 324 delegates, are gathering in Windhoek from 10-16 May for the Twelfth Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), the highest LWF decision-making body that meets every six years. World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit will address the plenary on 12 May.

Church in Jordan and the Holy Land becomes WCC member

The Executive Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC) meeting near Geneva at the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey voted to approve the full membership of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL) in the WCC.

WCC congratulates Mitri Raheb for German Media Prize

The World Council of Churches (WCC) congratulates Palestinian Lutheran pastor Rev. Dr Mitri Raheb on receiving the 2011 “Deutscher Medienpreis” (German Media Prize). The award recognizes his individual work and Palestinian churches’ efforts for peace.