to enquire about any aspect of its work write or e mail to the Treasurer with your name and address,
The Revd Canon Huw Thomas (Chairman.)
The Revd Canon Peter Heartfield (Treasurer)
Joseph Wasef (Secretary)
For information about EDA and the work it supports in Egypt, Ethiopia and the Chaplaincies, please contact the Chairman or Secretary at the email address below.
To join the Association or send a donation, please complete a Membership Form:-
and send it to:-
Hon Treasurer EDA, Canon Peter Heartfield, 1 St Johns House, 40 Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1BE, UK. Tel/fax 01227 451621.
A minimum subscription of £20 pa is suggested and a standing order form is available. Please make cheques payable to the 'Egypt Diocesan Association' .
Subscribers who pay UK income tax on pay, pension or interest can increase their gift by 25% by completing a Gift Aid Declaration, obtainable from the Treasurer or download below.
If you are visiting Egypt and would like to visit a church, hospital or school, please contact the Chairman or Secretary on the above EDA email address.
OR: for information direct from the Diocese or to communication with the Diocese email the address below:-
Donations are especially helpful if they are made within the Gift Aid scheme as EDA is a registered charity.
Funds are all donated to specific needs in Egypt, Ethiopia and the Chaplaincies. The needs are allocated from specific requests coordinated by the Bishop's office and after discussion with the Bishop or his office and the EDA committee.
Donations sent last year (2011) have for example been put towards the following:-
Sterling Pounds 5,070 to the Episcopal Area in the Horn of Africa
Sterling Pounds 4,000 to the Episcopal Area in North of Africa
Sterling Pounds 1,325.76 to the AST
Sterling Pounds 40 to the Manara Center for Children with Special Needs
Sterling Pounds 40 to the Deaf Unit
Sterling Pounds 100 to the Development Office
Sterling Pounds 3,000 to Evangelism (at Bishop Mouneer’s request )
Sterling Pounds 3,000 for travel expenses for Bishop Mouneer, Dean Samy and Ms. Ireney for a Global South conference