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A Journey to the Holy Land Lent Course 2019 Rev'd Sue Martin

Week 1 By the Shores of Lake Galilee

Magdala on Lake Galilee, an early morning start on the lake. It is often beautifully calm and full of peace.
The Boat Trip.
Capernaum, and in the distance the hill and place of the feeding of the five thousand.
Imagine Jesus walking on the very same stones!
Visitors still flock to the shores from all over the world.
Three times Jesus asked Peter to look after his sheep.
Eucharist by the shores of Lake Galilee
Time to reflect and find yourself at one with Christ.

Lent Course 2019 Week 2 Nazareth, Cana and Mt Tabor

Nazareth is about 20 miles from The Sea of Galilee

A Statue of Mary, Mother of Jesus at The Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth
Cana, a small town where Jesus performed his first miracle and turned water to wine.
A view of Nazareth from Mt Tabor
The Church of the Transfiguration on Mount Tabor
Inside the Church of the Transfiguration
Looking south from Mount Tabor to gathering clouds

Lent Course 2019 Week 3 Bethlehem

The Shepherd's Fields between Bethlehem and Jerusalem
The Shepherd’s Fields, close to Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Eucharist in a Shepherd’s Cave
Manger Square from The Church of the Nativity looking towards the mosque.
Holy Land Pilgrims from Norwich Diocese 2015 at the Church of the Nativity
Dheisheh Camp for Palestinian refugees
A difficult area to come to terms with in Bethlehem, the birth place of Jesus Christ
Mahmoud and his son, who now sell hand made articles to tourists, unable to enter Jerusalem. The Starbucks cafe was run by his brother.
O Little Town of Bethlehem, how still we see thee lie.

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Sue Martin

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