Thank You to St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church in New Hope, for hosting a screening of our documentary “Where Is Our Place?” this evening! Interested in hosting a screening for your organization? Click here!
Hi all! I am writing from beautiful (and hot) Erbil. It’s great to be back here and seeing friends, whom I have dearly missed. Internet access has been very touch and go, so please forgive the delay and I’m just hoping you get this. I go to Mar Elia today and will report fully on
Fr. Chris with Georgia, Bishop Michael’s personal assistant, at St. Andrew’s Church in Kyrenia. St. Andrew’s is the only church allowed to exist and function in Kyrenia, a beautiful sea-side town in the Turkish-controlled portion of Cyprus.
My Dear Friends, It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged—what’s happening with Stand With Iraqi Christians has been incredibly exciting and full of activity! We have been screening our documentary film “Where Is Our Place?” around the Diocese and receiving enthusiastic receptions and good feedback. We hope that you can see it at your earliest convenience
We had a wonderful first showing of our documentary “Where Is Our Place?” last Friday at St. David’s Episcopal Church. Thank you so much to all who attended and donated, and please let us know if you would like to have a showing at your organization! The trailer can be viewed below. Interested in hosting
The trailer for the film is complete! Where Is Our Place? is a production of Stand With Iraqi Christians. Directed and filmed by the Rev. Christopher Bishop and produced and edited by Andrew Bilindabagabo. Release Date: February 2016. If you are interested in hosting a screening when the film is complete, please click here.
This gentleman (who declined to give his name) is one of the over 150 families living in Fr. Douglas’s Mar Elia family center. He lives in a 10′ x 15′ caravan with his wife, sister, and 2 children. In this clip he begins to tell the story of their escape from Daesh.
Dear friends, Since returning from Iraq we have been organizing footage (I shot quite a bit for a two week period), conducting additional interviews in the States and embarking on the editing process. I have to say I love looking at the images and people, as I miss Erbil and the friends I made there