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Franciscan Wedding Church, Kfar Cana
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Franciscan Wedding Church is located in Kfar Cana. Before you head to Kfar Cana, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kfar Cana vacation trip planner, to make sure you see all that Kfar Cana has to offer, including Franciscan Wedding Church.
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Group of 48. We had the opportunity to renew our wedding vows with another 4 couples. There is a certificate you buy for USD5 and the person who officiated the ceremony signs it. Blessed to be able to... read more »
This is where Jesus performed his first miracle! We stayed at the hotel right next door (The Cana Guest House -- I recommend it!), and we tried to catch mass in the morning but for some reason the ser... read more »
I went to this church, where Jesus performed the first miracle, turning water into wine. The church atmosphere was very calm, peaceful and serene. I pray in peace. Very beautiful church building. I wi... read more »
In every relationship you have to add some water to you're wine. At the wedding church you can strengthen your love with a expressive and significant ceremony. The Arab village of Kafr Cana in the Lower Galilee is identified in Christian tradition as Cana of the Galilee. Here, according to tradition, Jesus performed the miracle of the wine, when he went to a wedding of a poor couple and turned water into wine. On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. John 2:1-11. Sanctuary Visiting Hours :Summer: 8:00am to 12:00pm; 2:00pm to 6:00pm Winter: 8:00am to 12:00pm; 2:00pm to 5:00pm.Closed on Sundays
Nice and very little church, bathrooms are on the side
The "Wedding Church" in Cana is a popular destination for Christian Pilgrims, and one can also do a "renewel of the vows" ceremony at the site. When built, remains of ancient synagogues were found beneath the site, indicating that this site could have really been a place of Jewish public ceremonies (including weddings) in antiquity!
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