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Many dioceses and local congregations have developed positive relationships with their Jewish neighbors. As is typical of many mainline Protestant churches, the national policy resolutions of the Episcopal Church have often been highly critical of Israel’s human rights and settlement policies in the territories. A resolution adopted at the 1991 General Convention declared that the Episcopal Church “stands on the side of the oppressed, including both the Palestinian people and the people of Israel, in their struggle for justice,” and it urged the U.
However, several prominent OCA leaders were strong public supporters of the Soviet Jewry movement. In the early 1990s the Rev. Leonid Kishkovsky publicly called for the United Nations to rescind the infamous General Assembly resolution that equated Zionism with racism. The Episcopal Church The Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican communion, which has self-governing churches in over eighty countries throughout the world. The Anglican Church, also known as the Church of England, became separate from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534 when King Henry VIII declared royal supremacy in ecclesiastical matters.
However, this is only a partial explanation of the NCC’s Middle East record. Several of the mainline churches sent missionaries to the Arab Middle East during the past century and established institutions such as the American Universities in Beirut and Cairo, Bir Zeit University in Ramallah, as well as hospitals, hospices, orphanages, and schools in the region. These extensive missionary programs created a natural affinity between the American host churches, such as the United Church of Christ and the Presbyterian Church, and Middle East Arabs, both Christian and Muslim.
A Jewish Guide to Interreligious Relations by A. James Rudin