Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East

 

Statement on Egypt massacre by the Archbishop in Jerusalem

The convoy which was on its way for peaceful pilgrimage for prayer and devotion was confronted with the evil of terrorism and horrors of death and destruction.

 

Ascension Day letter from the Archbishop in Jerusalem

We celebrate our church as a Communion that always strives to work for and live in the Truth as revealed in Scripture, that honours a tradition which has been passed down since the Apostles; and understands that God reveals himself day-by-day in our lives and the lives of those whom we serve.

 

Welby responds to massacre of Egyptian pilgrims

Statement from the Archbishop of Canterbury following the terror attack in Egypt

 

Vicar-General for Iran appointed

The Revd Dr Albert Walters appointed Vicar General for the Diocese of Iran for a six month period.

 

“How on Earth do you forgive like this?”

Archbishop Mouneer Anis reflects on the persecution of Christians in Egypt

 

Consular warning for US citizens in Egypt

Terror attacks prompts Embassy to urge Americans to avoid churches in Egypt this Easter

 

Episcopal visitations for Algiers and Tunis

Bishop Anis and Bishop Fawzy are currently visiting North Africa, Tunisia and Algeria, for a pastoral visit.

 

First native bishop for North Africa consecrated

Archbishop Mouneer Hanna Anis consecrated his ‘dear brother’ Rev. Samy Fawzy as the first Arab area bishop for North Africa.

 

Documents in the dispute between the Diocese of Egypt and the ECA

Statement on the Relationship between the ECA and Diocese of Egypt given to Anglican Ink on 1 Nov 2016 by the President of the ECA