I was sent by the United Church of Canada to participate in the World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) between June and September, 2011. The views contained herein are personal and do not necessarily reflect those of the United Church of Canada (UCC) or the WCC.  From October 2011 forward, I am not affiliated directly with either the WCC -EAPPI or with The United church of Canada.  Should you wish to repost or to publicize any of the content herein, I welcome your direct requests, via the comments section in this blog.

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One Response to Disclaimer

  1. Magnificent sermon; first-person witness. I’m wondering what kind of response you got. My regular comment about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is that its resolution has the same claim on us in our time as the civil rights movement had on us in its time. It’s not something we can leave to others–although of course most people do.
    I am part of a group in Vancouver (Building Bridges Vancouver–we just have a new page on Facebook) that is working with these issues. Some of us have already been on the Compassionate Listening delegations to Israel/Palestine, and more of us are going this spring. I salute you for going there yourself (I have read a number of your postings). Step by step!

    Don Grayston
    Past Chair, BBV

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