By Tobin Perry, Christian Examiner
JERUSALEM (Christian Examiner)—Three often competing Christian groups have committed to work together to save one of Christianity’s most treasured sites—the shrine to the empty tomb of Jesus housed in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
Leaders of the Greek Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic and Roman Catholic churches announced last month a $3.4 million renovation effort that will begin in May. The three churches will split the costs evenly (along with some private and public contributions). Each of the three will also appoint architects to help. The work should be done by early 2017, before the next Easter season.
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