Terrorism results from the misuse of religious texts taken out of context; and sound teaching is needed to combat its aggressive ideology, Anglican and Islamic leaders agreed this week during a meeting Cairo.
11 December 2015
On Tuesday evening (10 December) over 200 Imams and Priests gathered to celebrate at the conclusion of the three-year Together for Egypt program and receive certificates of completion.
10 December 2015
Anglicans and other Christians around the world will be praying for the peace of Jerusalem this weekend, using a special litany for peace in the Holy Land.
26 November 2015
The first Anglican theological college in Ethiopia, named after Saint Frumentius, has been officially opened by the Archbishop of Jerusalem and the Middle East, Mouneer Anis. Ethiopia is part of Archbishop Mouneer’s diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa.
26 November 2015
Church services and vigils have been held throughout the world in response to the terror attacks on Friday in Paris which killed at least 129 people. As they were taking place, Anglican leaders continued to reflect on the atrocities.
16 November 2015
Two Anglican churches in Egypt and Israel are celebrating after completing renovations.
27 October 2015
The Communiqué issued by the Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion following their meeting in Cairo, Egypt, 14-16 October 2015
19 October 2015
Notes from discussion on 3 September
03 September 2015
Occasion marks 60th anniversary of the Egypt Diocesan Association
09 June 2015
“Here we meet with Jesus Christ and become his witnesses.” – Archbishop Welby
23 April 2015