Rana is in charge of all our financial transactions, oversees the budget, collects course fees and assists with personnel management.
Genia is the first person to correspond with you. She is in charge of registrations, the details prior to your coming and making sure everything is made easy for your arrival.
Dr. Susan Lukens, D. Min
Minister of Hospitality
Susan is a graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary and serves as the Minister of Hospitality working along side staff to provide a welcoming and enriching experience for Pilgrims coming to St. George's College.
The Rev. Michael Billingsley
Michael and his wife Judy arrived in January from the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. He assists each pilgrimage with on site reflections, oversees the worship and is available for pastoral care.
Simone oversees our library of 21,000 volumes along with managing the gift shop and bookstore. Books may be purchased for each course and we carry a large selection of souvenirs.
Dean’s Personal Assistant and Security staff
Elen assists with our Website, keeps track of email correspondence and also helps the course director. She monitors the entrance gate and parking lot along with keeping track of all phone messages
Bishop Suheil Dawani
St. George’s College is an institution of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. We welcome Pilgrims to our Diocese from all over the world to walk in the footsteps of Jesus and to meet the “Living Stones” in the Church today.
Dr. Graham M. Smith
If you are planning to visit the Holy Land, St. George’s College is for you! Situated only a few minutes walk from the Old City on the grounds of the Anglican Cathedral, St, George’s provides year round pilgrimages that combine lectures, reflection, spirituality and travel. You will enjoy our completely renovated guest rooms, delicious food prepared by our gourmet chef, Joseph and a beautiful roof top for fellowship under the Jerusalem sky. Our facilities enable you to be in one building for rest, dining, lectures, worship and conversation. No matter where you are in your faith, you will benefit from our pilgrimage. The college is open to people of all traditions. Courses are taught in English and are open to everyone, clergy and lay. After you have been here, you will read the Bible through fresh eyes, see Christian faith in the light of history and appreciate the complexity of a multi-faith society. You will also enjoy the privilege of visiting one or two of our diocesan institutions while meeting some of ‘the living stones’ in Jerusalem today. Explore our website and sign up now for the trip of a lifetime. Let this year be your year for the Holy Land. With blessings from Jerusalem, The Very Rev. Dr. Graham M. Smith Dean