Welcome

We are delighted to announce that St Andrew’s Tiberias is now open for worship every Sunday @10am. If you would like to partake in communion, please bring your own bread if you can (wine will be served in individual cups and bread will be provided for those who don’t have any). Please also note that we need to follow Israeli Government advice: only those with a Green Pass will be allowed in. Masks must be worn inside and social distancing rules observed. We look forward to welcoming you.

Please note that Sacred Space will take place on the first Sunday of each month @6pm in St Andrew’s Jerusalem and will be live-zoomed. If you would like to join via Zoom please contact Rev Dr John McCulloch:

Email: JMcCulloch@Churchofscotland.org.uk

WhatsApp: +972 (0)50 762 4463

 

Welcome to Saint Andrew’s Tiberias, the Church of Scotland in the Galilee.

We are an ecumenical English-speaking church in the heart of the ancient city of Tiberias. Each Sunday at 10am, we gather to share in prayer, song, scripture reading and, on most Sundays, our worship includes Holy Communion. The congregation regularly consists of those who live locally and pilgrims, sojourners and tourists. Wherever you’re from, whoever you are, whatever your reason for being here, you will be made very welcome.

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We are always delighted to have pilgrim groups join us for worship, and you are welcome to simply show up on the day. However if your group is larger than 20 or if you have specific requirements (e.g. gluten-free bread or non-alcoholic wine for Communion), it helps us in our preparation if you can notify us in advance.

The church is also available throughout the week for visiting groups who wish to hold their own service of worship. Members of all denominations are welcome. It is open by appointment for visitors.

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For more information about our services or,  to arrange a visit, or to book the church for your own service, please contact the Minister, the Reverend John McCulloch.

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The Church of Scotland is a Presbyterian Church working in partnership with the Anglican and Lutheran Churches throughout Israel and Palestine.