A selection of photographs taken during the visit by Archibishop Justin Welby to Cairo.
Archbishop Justin and his wife Caroline with children from the Deaf School run by the Diocese of Egypt at All Saints Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt. The children led morning prayers in sign language before presenting the Archbishop with a handmade wooden pyramid. Tuesday 25 June 2013. (Photo: Lambeth Palace/Chris Cox)
Archbishop Justin gives a commencement speech at the Alexandria School of Theology graduation ceremony, All Saints Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt, Monday 24 June 2013. In his speech the Archbishop said: “This is a moment when we need encouragement, and you bring encouragement. The Alexandria School of Theology is a gift to the whole Anglican Communion. Your lives will be changed, and you will change the lives of those around you.” (Photo: Lambeth Palace/Chris Cox)
Archbishop Justin speaks with HMA James Watt at his residence in Cairo, Egypt. Mr Watt spoke with the Archbishop about the current political situation in Egypt and the Middle East, the plight of Syrian refugees and the role of religious leaders in promoting peace and reconciliation. (Photo: Lambeth Palace/Chris Cox)
Archbishop Justin with the drivers who carried the Lambeth Palace team around Cairo. L-R: Aziz, the Archbishop, Atef, George, and the chaplain to Bishop Mouneer Anis, Revd Drew Schmotzer. 25 June 2013. (Photo: Lambeth Palace/Chris Cox)