ICoHS’ Feasts of the Holy Land Series Begins with St. Simeon Day, Feb. 16

February 17, 2021

JERUSALEM – The International Community of the Holy Sepulchre (ICoHS), beginning on February 16, St. Simeon’s Day, has launched the first in a series of live streamed events created by ICoHS that aims to follow feast days through the eyes of those living in the Holy Land. They will follow families, churches, and those within the community to see how they celebrate the day.

The live stream begins in the USA at 12 PM EST, Santiago, Chile 2 PM, London 5 PM, Amsterdam 6 PM, Bethlehem 7 PM, and Beijing 1 AM (Feb. 17).

The St. Simeon’s Day event may be viewed on YouTube: https://youtu.be/FuxylvDwh8U.

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More information about ICoHS is available online: https://www.icohs.org/.


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