Dear Alumni and Friends,

Our college has been filled with pilgrims and special guests in May.

The students pictured above enjoyed time with our college Patron, The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.  It was a blessing to have his presence along with his wife, Caroline and the Archbishop’s staff.

In May, we celebrate that Archbishop Suheil Dawani is now President Bishop of the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East.  We are proud of this honor and expect his leadership to bring peace to the region.

And finally, in May, we celebrate the announcement below of the new college interim Dean,  the Rev. Dr. Richard LeSueur.  Richard will arrive at the college October 1 and assume leadership along with his support staff, Course Director, the Rev. Dr. Hector Patmore and the Associate Dean the Rev. Dr. Susan Lukens.  The official press release appears below.

We ask for your prayers and continue to keep you in ours,


Associate Dean


New Interim Dean: St George’s College, The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem

St George’s College Jerusalem is delighted to announce the appointment of Canon Dr Richard LeSueur as interim Dean from 1st October.

Canon Dr. Richard LeSueur has served for 38 years as a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada. He served at St. George’s College, Jerusalem for a period in the 1990’s as the Director of the Desert Program. Over the past 25 years he has facilitated or participated in more than 40 excursions for clergy and laity through the biblical lands. He serves as adjunct faculty with Trinity Divinity College, University of Toronto. He is currently the Middle East Liaison for the Anglican Church of Canada. He and his wife, Rhonde have two grown sons.

Please pray for Richard, Ronde, his wife, their family and all at the College as Richard and Ronde prepare to travel to Jerusalem and take up this important role.  And please pray for the Peace of Jerusalem.

The Rev’d Canon David Longe

Chaplain to The Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, The Most Reverend Suheil Dawani

Our June Women of the Bible course started today, and we welcome pilgrims from the United States who will follow the footsteps of women whose narratives are written in Holy Scripture as well as have conversation with the living stones here in the holy land.  Pictured above are the students at Mt. Scopus with Course Director Hector Patmore and Liaison and Logistics Officer Bishara Khoury giving a hands on description of the scenic view covering the Kidron Valley, the Golden gates of the Old City, and the sacred sites within her walls.

Please consider joining next year’s program June 5 – 14, 2018.  Visit our website for details.