Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East

 

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

 

Presbyterians mount hostile takeover of the Anglican Diocese of Egypt

Presbyterian led Evangelical Church Association has intervened in a court case, attempting to block recognition of the Diocese of Egypt as a domestic Egyptian church.

 

Letter from Auschwitz from the Archbishop in Jerusalem

Reflections from Archbishop Suheil Dawani following his visit to Poland last month

 

Cairo rips Canterbury selection of Egyptian to archbishop's Task Group

The Archbishop of Egypt has greeted the news of the appointment of the Dean of Alexandria to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Task Group with some small concern. 

 

Egyptian dean appointed to ABC's Task Group

The Dean of St Mark’s Pro-Cathedral in Alexandria has joined the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Task Group, set up in response to the Primates Gathering and Meeting in January.

 

Appointment of Area Bishop of North Africa

Dean of St Mark's Cathedral Dr. Samy Fawzy Shehata, named to North African post

 

Day 4 Report from the Cairo Global South Conference

Fifteen TEC bishops, representing 10 percent of the whole, were a faithful remnant, Bishop Love said, which has not bent the knee. One reason he remains within the Episcopal Church is to remain faithful to them.

 

Copts pledge solidarity with Anglican conservatives

Coptic Patriach: "we carry on our dialogue with the Anglican Communion in order to encourage the Anglican conservatives to continue abiding to the true and genuine Biblical principles"

 

Archbishops meet with Egypt's al-Sisi

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt welcomed today a delegation of 16 archbishops from the Anglican Global South, led by the Most Rev. Mouneer Hanna Anis, Primate of the Episcopal Church in Jer

 

Day 2 Report from the Cairo Global South Conference

Archbishop John Chew and Bishop Bill Musk review the history of the Global South movement and the challenges of holding the diverse faith movement within Anglicanism together