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Address: 20 Nablus Road, Jerusalem, Israel
Phone Number:
+972 2-628-3261

This 100-year-old structure serves as the cathedral church of the Anglican...

This 100-year-old structure serves as the cathedral church of the Anglican Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East, home to both Arabic and English speaking congregations.

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We traveled on public transport from tel aviv and came by bus and foot found the directions a bit misleading but found it eventually after walking for over an hour we went to a... read more

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We traveled on public transport from tel aviv and came by bus and foot found the directions a bit misleading but found it eventually after walking for over an hour we went to a lovely chrism service on Maundy Thursday everyone was very kind

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

Sunday: 8am Holy Eucharist (English) 9:30am Holy Eucharist (Arabic/English) 11:00am Holy Eucharist (English) 6pm Evensong Weekdays: Holy Eucharist 7am (m-f) Saturday: noon Evening prayer: 6pm Mon-Sat. Contact the church if you would like to make arrangements for a group service. Before you enter the church go left and view the peaceful seating area/garden for the guest house.

Thank Ann C
Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 28 August 2016

Go from the Mandelbaum house -Central Command Square down Nablus Road,American cONSULATE and YMCA and you arrive to the Anglican compound containing the Anglican Episcopal Cathedral since1899.,theseat of the Bishop of Jerusalem of the Episcopaql Church, the Anglican hostel and St.George School, Very interesting compound quiet popular with Anglican pilgrims

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York, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 November 2015

Our tour group attended Sunday morning service here and received a very warm welcome, slightly strangely the service was Parton Arabic and part in English, we even got two sermons. The church itself is very traditional of Anglican churches, there is a lovely garden with many interesting fruit trees. It was a bit of a drive from our hotel so... More 

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Vail, Colorado
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Reviewed 15 September 2015

Most people think they are visiting an Anglican/Episcople Cathedral (because this is the seat of the archbishop), but it is more than that. There is a guest house and a college. The college offers some really great courses that connect with Christianity, Islam and Judaism. The most popular courses relate to Jesus. But there are courses on Islam and Christianity,... More 

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Reviewed 17 August 2015

We walked here from our hotel. and we felt very safe. Nice little stop to British church. It will only take 15 minutes.

Thank LisaWayne
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 25 June 2014 via mobile

This place (a large church rather than a true cathedral) could easily be in Hampshire or elsewhere in England. It seems stuck in a timewarp too as there's a sense it is still the early 20th century with the memorials and information about the early years of the British presence policing Palestine. Worth a visit if you are nearby (5mins... More 

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New York
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Reviewed 16 June 2014

If you are traveling alone, without the pressures of a tour group, and are not afraid to venture into the "not so friendly looking" streets (walk with confidence as though you belong there without looking like a lost tourist, even if you are!), do stop by the St George Cathedral if you are already in the vicinity of the Garden... More 

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Reviewed 22 October 2013

I visited this church for two services on Sundays at 11am in October 2013. The cathedral which is the base for the bishop of Jerusalem, is very clean, tidy and impressive. It can be viewed as a little bit of England as it has all the hallmarks of a English Church. The services are typical high end church, but delivered... More 

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Stafford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 April 2013

This cathedral is more like an English parish church rather than the sort of vast structure associated with many European cities, but it is none the less worth a calming visit, particularly for Anglicans who feel like a reminder of home after visiting so many other more famous and/or more exotic Christian churches. Walk north up the Nablus Road for... More 

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