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 >>
Once again, the world has been shocked by acts of unspeakable violence and brutality. Once again, the world mourns with the families and friends of victims of tragedy. Once again, << read full article >>
Residential training conference
On Monday the 11th of July we will start a residential training conference for lay minister & deacons at St. Mark Pro Cathedral in Alexandria. This is part << read full article >>
Last Thursday, the All Saints' Cathedral hosted a wonderful performance by the Cairo Celebration Orchestra and Choir. The performance began with a superb rendition of the “Zur Namensfeier” Overture. << read full article >>
After Nuer refugee children were killed in a road accident mobs of ‘highlanders' [the Gambellan term for those from central Ethiopia] bent on revenge against Nuer refugees for the murder << read full article >>
The Reverend Vincent Jacob Rajan has been licensed to serve as Priest-in-Charge of Christ the King Anglican Church in Tripoli, Libya. Revd Rajan will take up oversight of the congregation << read full article >>
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