After such a long wait for it to happen, it seems hard to think that it is now in the past. Much anticipated — and twice postponed as a result of Covid — it was good to finally set off for Israel. Nazareth holds a special place in our lives. We had met there in 1991 when Rachel was working at the Nazareth Hospital as a midwife, and I was a medical student on my final year elective. I was back at the hospital in 2018, having completed the Petra to Nazareth cycle, but even since then, much has changed.
Anna Herning, originally from Chicago (USA), is volunteering in Nazareth through the Mennonite Central Committee. Read this interview to find out all about her time with us in the hometown […]
What do these visits involve? Pastoral care visits are happening daily during the week and involve visits to both staff and patients. The staff are often visited in their departments, […]
Ruth Shawe (1954-2022) Ruth Shawe (née Burrow) arrived at The Nazareth Hospital in 1986 to be the sole primary teacher for the children of expatriate families serving on staff in […]
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In October 2022, I took part in my 19th Charity Challenge for the Nazareth Hospital, 25 years after my first bike ride in 1997. I am delighted to report a […]
I have now done five overseas cycling challenges with EMMS/Nazareth Trust. This was the hardest. Being older each time might just be a factor. I arrived in Tel Aviv early, […]