The ministry and mission of the diocese is set in a region of crucial importance and interest globally and includes Egypt, Tunisia , Algeria, Libya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. In the years since the EDA was formed this vast diocese has seen significant growth and transformation from what was essentially a “foreign” church towards a more truly indigenous one growing numerically and in the provision of its own leadership, and reflecting its own origins in the story of the Early Church.
It remains conscious however of belonging to the wider communion and is especially grateful for the spiritual and material support which assists the diocese's continuing growth and capacity to serve the needs of the people within its several parts, in health and education provision and all kinds of welfare which proclaim the love of God.
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The Birth of Christ, a Light that Defeated Darkness
Archbishop Mouneer Anis
More than 700 years before the birth of Christ, Isaiah prophesied about the birth, saying, Therefore, the Lord will << read full article >>
Lovers of classical music were treated to a wonderful concert on Saturday, 24 September, when guitarist Pawel Kuzma and pianist Esraa Abd Elaziz performed at the All Saint's Cathedral in << read full article >>
Hello Dear Friends
Check out more information about the Prison Ministry here Prison Ministry Newsletter – September 2016 and take action with us.
Prison Ministry in Egypt News – September << read full article >>
This weekend, Bridges Cultural Center opened a 4-day exhibition of the arts in All Saints' Cathedral, Zamalek. The event, ‘The Closer You Get', displays the work of a wide range << read full article >>
Bridges Cultural Center is a ministry of the Diocese engaging in culture, society, and the arts, with a vision that focuses on engaging broad sectors of society—people of different faiths, << read full article >>
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