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  Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East is a province of the Anglican Communion stretching from Iran in the east to Algeria in the west, and Cyprus in the north to Somalia in the south.
The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East began as a number of missionary posts of the Church Mission Society in Cyprus, the Middle East and the Arabian Gulf.
In 1976, the structure of the Anglican church in the region was overhauled.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Episcopal_Church_in_Jerusalem_and_the_Middle_East   (1055 words)

 Orthodox Church of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Orthodox Church of Jerusalem, properly called the Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem, is regarded by Orthodox Christians as the mother church of all of Christendom, because it was in Jerusalem that the Church was established on the day of Pentecost with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus Christ.
The Orthodox Church of Jerusalem remains the custodian of many of the holy sites in Jerusalem and environs, sometimes jointly with the Roman Catholic church and the oriental churches of the Egyptian Coptics and Armenian Orthodox Christians.
On August 22, 2005, the Holy Synod of the Church of Jerusalem unanimously elected Theofilos III, the former Archbishop of Tabor, as the 141st Patriarch of Jerusalem.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Orthodox_Church_of_Jerusalem   (475 words)

 Church Of Christ In Jerusalem, A Model Church
The church at Jerusalem was a worshipping church.
The Jerusalem church came into existence when a prepared people were in the prepared place at the prepared time.
The Jerusalem church is worthy of imitation by all who claim to belong to Jesus.
www.padfield.com /1999/jerusalem.html   (766 words)

 The History of the Church of Jerusalem
The eighth, ninth, and tenth chapters of Acts describe the missionary journeys of Philip, one of the seven deacons of the Jerusalem Church, and of Peter and John.
Alexander was succeeded in Jerusalem by Mozabanus (251-266).
Rebuilding of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre was the primary concern of John's successors.
members.tripod.com /deriev/id28.htm   (7876 words)

 The Jerusalem Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The idea of Jerusalem as the Headquarters of the Holy Ghost may have already developed in the early stages of the church but with similar phenomenon occurring in Samaria, that notion was put aside.
The Jerusalem church was a happy and joyful church, gladness was there, when they raised up holy hands, the spirit of the Lord filled them, it was the joy of their salvation.
It was not until later that the church became republican and introduced the idea of clergy and laity, diluting the authority of Christ among them by destroying the unity of the five-fold ministry with Jesus as the Head.
latter-rain.com /earlychurch/jerch.htm   (2585 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jerusalem (A.D. 71-1099)
During the first Christian centuries the church at this place was the centre of Christianity in Jerusalem, "Holy and glorious Sion, mother of all churches" (Intercession in "St. James' Liturgy", ed.
Etheria's careful account of all she saw in the churches of Jerusalem at Eastertide is typical of this interest.
It was inevitable that the Christians of Jerusalem should try to help their fellow-countrymen to reconquer the land that had been Roman and Christian; inevitable, too, that the Moslems should punish such attempts as high treason.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08355a.htm   (7445 words)

I widely distributed a handbill announcing that, "according to the commandment and the revelation of God, New Jerusalem Church is being built on the earth", and invited all to attend this important event.
In obedience to the Lord's commandment as mentioned, I established New Jerusalem Church on the earth, on 08-Aug-1968, at Kurla, Bombay, India in the presence of some ministers and children of God who were invited to this occasion.
After the fall and backsliding of the early church, New Jerusalem Church is the only church that has been established as a church from the beginning.
www.njchurch.org /Articles/testimony_E.htm   (2434 words)

 The Church of Jerusalem in Acts: Final Scene
Wheaton, IL The Church of Jerusalem is dominant in the first twelve chapters of the portrait of Christian origins in the Book of Acts.
Whatever else may be said about the early Church of Jerusalem, there was general agreement on the nature of Jesus and the consequences of his ministry, death, resurrection, and ascension.
It is not unreasonable to assume that this reconvened Jerusalem Church came to enjoy a certain amount of toleration from their fellow citizens so long as they continued faithfully observing traditional customs; in Second Temple Judaism outward fidelity to traditions was essential; orthopraxy was more important than orthodoxy.
www.wheaton.edu /DistanceLearning/Fln-vst.htm   (7375 words)

 Religious Movements Homepage: Swedenborgian (New Church of Jerusalem)
The New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine 1758.
The General Church's mission is to cooperate with the Lord in building the New Church in the hearts and minds of all people through fostering first the belief that the Old and New Testaments and the Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg are the Lord's Words, and second, a love for and obedience to that Word.
In the General Church their vision is to announce the teachings of Swedenborg more widely to the world than before and to nurture and develop congregations of the New Church to foster the worship of the Lord.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/borg.html   (2509 words)

 The Church of Jerusalem in Acts & Beyond
"The History and Influence of the Church of Jerusalem, A.D. 30-100: An Investigation of the Growth of Internal Factions and the Extension of its Influence in the Larger Church." Ph.D. Dissertation presented to the University of Manchester, England, 1969.
In "The Church of Jerusalem, A.D. 30-100" I suggest that the Hellenistic Jewish Christians eventually merged with mainline Christianity and remnants of the Pharisaic Hebrew Christians may be evident in such groupos as the Ebionite of the Pseudo-Clementine writings.
My suggestion is that from chapter 6 on Acts presents Jerusalem Christianity in three phases, events which raised issues that lead to the Council of Jerusalem of Acts 15, The Council itself, and then the Jerusalem Church at Paul's last visit.
www.wheaton.edu /DistanceLearning/Jbackgrounds.htm   (1037 words)

For the church, the unholy conspiracy involved in Jesus’ crucifixion consisted of Herod ("kings of the earth"), Pilate ("the rulers"), the Romans ("the nations"), and the people of Israel in Jerusalem ("the peoples").
The Jerusalem church clearly saw the lesson in the death of Ananias and Sapphira (5:11).
The church was held in such reverence and awe because of the miracles (including the sudden death of Ananias and Sapphira) that, "no one else dared join them" (5:13).
www.wcg.org /lit/bible/acts/acts4-5.htm   (6174 words)

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That's why people from around the world came to Jerusalem to attend the recent dedication of a new church facility.
While building a church in the U.S. is not unusual, building one in the city of Jerusalem is unique.
It's called the pavilion, a new state of the art facility, located in the heart of Jerusalem and the new home of King of Kings Assembly pastored by Wayne Hilsden.
www.cbn.com /CBNNews/CWN/121004jerusalemchurch.asp?option=print   (591 words)

The false teachers who had come into the churches of Galatia claimed to be representatives of the Jerusalem church and the Twelve Apostles who used that church as their base of operations.
The purpose for this visit to Jerusalem was to meet with the apostles and the elders of the Jerusalem church and to officially settle the controversy on who can be saved and how that salvation takes place.
It was Barnabas who was sent as a representative of the Jerusalem church to visit the new believers at Antioch and to recognize that the Greek believers were also a part of the church.
www.angelfire.com /nt/theology/gal2-01.html   (3725 words)

 Jerusalem Presbyterian Church | Wales, Wisconsin, USA
Jerusalem enjoys a rich history, nestled in the heart of the village of Wales in rural Waukesha County, WI.
Today Jerusalem is a church home to a family of faith that spans all age groups.
Jerusalem provides many opportunities for service in the church and in the community.
jerusalempresbyterian.org   (422 words)

 Church of Jerusalem - OrthodoxWiki
The Church of Jerusalem is the mother church of all of Christendom, because it was in Jerusalem that the Church was established on the day of Pentecost with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus Christ.
As other churches gained ascendency, namely the Churches of Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, and Antioch, the Church of Jerusalem was accorded a place of honor with them among the five original Christian patriarchates of the Christian world, called the Pentarchy.
The Church of Jerusalem remains the custodian of many of the holy sites in Jerusalem and environs, sometimes jointly with Roman Catholic or Coptic or Armenian Christians, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
www.orthodoxwiki.org /Church_of_Jerusalem   (367 words)

 The Church In Jerusalem
Thus, the first church was established, by the authority of Jesus Christ.
When churches get to where the poor feel ill at ease and the rich feel proud, a problem has arisen.
A church that had the characteristics of this early church cannot help but grow.
home.att.net /~jackthompson/page730.htm   (1035 words)

 16. Acts 15 and 21: Compromise Divided the Church
The compromise James (and the church) declared caused a split in the early church which ultimately led to the death, although centuries later, of this particular legalistic Jewish-Christian church which rejected Paul and all of his writings.
Just in case the church in Antioch might think that Paul forged this letter, the church in Jerusalem sent two of its members to personally verify that the letter was authentic.
While this same church gave fanatically in Acts 2:44-45, thirty (30) years later it is primarily giving to support the Jewish Temple system and could not possibly be teaching tithing to the church.
home.earthlink.net /~russkellyphd/id9.html   (2726 words)

 Ultimate Data Driven Christianity WWW Resource   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The church is ministering to them to lead them to salvation.
In our church branches, many people with chronic diseases are being healed and whenever called, the church visits the sick, prays and performs miracles and divine healing ministries.
A large quantity of financial resources are needed to purchase lands in different places and build churches, raise new churches, provide for and protect elders (ministers) and their families.
www.trumpetcall.org   (833 words)

 Effingham County, GA - Jerusalem Lutheran Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Jerusalem Lutheran Church was organized in Augsburg, Germany, in 1733 with the Reverend John Martin Bolzius and the Reverend Israel Christian Gronau as the pastors.
The church was built from bricks made of clay from the area from 1767 to 1769.
Jerusalem is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and has both Sunday School and Worship Service each week.
www.effga.com /jerusalem   (240 words)

 Amazon.com: Charlotte Church - In Jerusalem (1999) : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In fine voice, Church is always respectful, even reverential of her surroundings, and the concert setting, with the stone walls lit against the night sky, is nothing less than stunning.
Charlotte Church in Jerusalem is a wonderful concert performed in the shadows of the Tower of David in Jerusalem, and Charlotte is in fine voice throughout, but a couple of things make this my least favorite of Charlotte's concert DVDs.
Church does not have a good voice at all....which I expected the opposite of according to all the rave reviews I've been hearing from the media.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005A1TY?v=glance   (2070 words)

In New Jerusalem Church as part of all the Biblical doctrines, statutes, instructions, counsel and commandments that are strictly observed, women wear a covering on their head as mentioned in the Bible and also have long (uncut) hair which is one of the basics.
We are an independent Church founded on the principles of God's Word and led by the Holy Spirit, living a standard of holiness by the power of God and His grace, openly denouncing anything or any spirit that exalts itself against the knowledge of God.
The true church and the apostles have the authority to remit sins (John 20:23).
www.njchurch.org /mainHtml/faqs.htm   (4231 words)

 Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Church and the Episcopacy of Jerusalem was and is the "Mother of all Churches".
Finally the fourth Ecumenical Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD recognises the sublimity of Jerusalem and is granted status of Patriarchate with jurisdiction over Palestine and the east banks of Jordan river.
In 637 AD, the Arabs who had conquered Jerusalem, restrict the Patriarchate activities who although had authority over Christian affairs social or religious, and the Patriarch is recognised as the highest authority of all the Christians on earth.
www.holylight.gr /patria/enpatria.html   (653 words)

 St John of Jerusalem with Christ Church South Hackney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
St John of Jerusalem Church is situated in Lauriston Road, South Hackney.
We are in the Stepney Episcopal Area of the Diocese of London in the Church of England.
For over 150 years the people of St John of Jerusalem have sought to serve God and the people of South Hackney.
freespace.virgin.net /stjohn.jerusalem/church   (106 words)

 New Jerusalem Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
New Jerusalem has a myriad of activities for people of all ages.
Even though the radio may introduce you to Jesus Christ, it is not a substitute for attending church or church membership.
If you are a Christian, but not a part of a Church Family, we pray that the spirit will lead you to a local congregation.
www.newjeruchurch.com   (297 words)

 Jerusalem Baptist Church Pumpkin Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
You will find that in this church, we cherish God's Word and our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
If you are new in the community, let us be among the first to welcome you to your new home, and extend to you a hearty invitation to make this your church home.
If the church staff can serve you in any way, we will welcome the opportunity.
www.jbcpc.org   (162 words)

 Jerusalem Lutheran Church
We are honored that you are visiting our web site where congregational members, friends and visitors can find information about the ministry of Jerusalem Lutheran Church.
Please use this site to access the information you need about the church and as a resource for broadening your faith.
Jerusalem Lutheran Church, 252 Dock Street, Schuylkill Haven, PA
www.jerusalemlutheran.com   (84 words)

 The New Church, a Swedenborgian Faith
The New Church is founded on the belief that the Lord God Jesus Christ is the one God of Heaven and earth.
We are excited to announce that eight New Church congregations around the country will be running a program based on the Ten Commandments and the book Rise Above It by Ray and Star Silverman.
Resources for New Church instruction in schools, homes, and Sunday schools.
www.newchurch.org   (447 words)

 The Episcopal Diocese Of Jerusalem - Institutes - Diocesan Offices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Episcopal Diocese Of Jerusalem - Institutes - Diocesan Offices
There are thirty-one parishes that minister to the needs of their communities, centered on the Cathedral Church of St. George the Martyr in Jerusalem.
The church supports thirty-five institutions, which include hospitals, clinics, kindergartens and schools, vocational training programs, as well as institutions for the deaf, the disabled and the elderly.
jerusalem.anglican.org   (81 words)

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