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Archbishop Mouneer Anis opens Ethiopia's first Anglican theological college

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

Ethiopia: Anglican Church continues to support South Sudanese refugees

Us (formerly USPG) supporting Anglican Church’s efforts to assist those fleeing war

03 August 2015

Churches reflect on climate finance at UN financing for development conference

Ecumenical side event looks at ways to invest in most vulnerable and build just, sustainable future

16 July 2015

Anglican bishop expresses horror at ISIS killing of Ethiopian Christians

Letter urges Ethiopian churches to follow reconciling example of Jesus and to resist the temptation to hate 

21 April 2015

Archbishop Welby visits Egypt to offer condolence for murdered Christians

Archbishop of Canterbury expresses solidarity in meetings with religious and political leaders

20 April 2015

Ethiopia Anglican Church thrives despite limited resources, restrictive environment

The Church is flourishing among refugees and displaced people. 

07 October 2014

Acute need for church building in Ethiopia

Only 20 out of the 70 Anglican congregations in Gambella, Ethiopia, have a church building

04 February 2014

Bishop Mouneer: "Growing Ethiopia Church needs support"

The Jerusalem and Middle East Primate has appealed for support to the growing Church in Gambella, Ethiopia.

21 November 2013

Vertical gardening to improve Ethiopian diet

The Anglican Church in Ethiopia is promoting a unique agricultural practice called "vertical gardening" to combat the region's high levels of malnutrition

26 July 2013