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Armstrong Remembrancers and Keepers of God Foundation

The Eternal has chosen Jerusalem

INVITATION TO THE DEDICATION CEREMONY OF A CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND

WE ARE PLEASED TO INVITE YOU TO A PRIVATE RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR

A CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND

IN LIBERTY BELL PARK

SCULPTURE BY ARTIST: SUE ELA

A GIFT OF HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG AND THE ARK OF GOD FOUNDATION, THE REMEMBRANCERS

JOIN US AS JERUSALEM’S CHILDREN PLANT A TIME CAPSULE WITH THEIR WISHES FOR JERUSALEM’S FUTURE

SEPTEMBER 5, 2018, 17:00

LIBERTY BELL PARK

ENTRANCE FROM JABOTINSKY STREET

RSVP: PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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A PRINCE AND PRINCESS IN LIBERTY BELL PARK

This unique park was made possible thanks to the generous support of the ARK of God Foundation, longstanding friends of the Jerusalem Foundation from the Philippines.

Known also as the Remembrancers, their desire was to finish what their founder and mentor Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong started in Jerusalem more than 30 years ago. They remembered how Mr. Armstrong worked with Mayor Teddy Kollek in supporting the “Children’s Playground” in Liberty Bell Park that was established during America’s bicentennial…

Mr. Armstrong had a clear vision and passion about Jerusalem’s future and to stay true to Mr. Armstrong’s legacy in Jerusalem, the Remembrancers gifted a playground to Jerusalem’s children in 2018, celebrating Israel’s 70th birth as a nation.

Source: https://www.jerusalemfoundation.org/news-updates/2018/a-prince-and-princess-in-liberty-bell-park.aspx

Herbert W. Armstrong in Jerusalem

Through the Ambassador Foundation, Mr. Armstrong has worked with Jerusalem’s leaders to provide centers for Jewish and Arab children can learn to live, play and work in peace. It is a significant effort showing in a practical way that peace can never come until a generation of children have been prepared for a way of life other than war.
Mr. Armstrong worked with Mayor Teddy Kollek in supporting the “Children’s Playground” in Liberty Bell Park that was established during America’s bicentennial.

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