Gosour Cultural Center Participates in “The Unstoppable”

This Friday, Gusour Cultural Center is partnering with Cairo Runners in The Unstoppable Run!

Gusour’s vision is to provide opportunities for all society members of all cultural backgrounds to build bridges of understanding, acceptance, and cooperation through art and cultural activities.

One of the goals of Gusour culture Center is to help the deaf and the hearing impaired to integrate with the society by organizing Egyptian sign-language courses which enable the trainees to deal with the deaf community in their own language. These courses also cover the nature of the deaf people, types of deafness, the problems of the deaf and their relation with the society.

The program will start by an introduction at 7 AM in El-Sawy Cultural Wheel. Running will start at 7: 30 AM to 8:30AM around Zamalek area for 4 KM with the deaf community. Enjoy learning about the deaf culture and the sign language at 8:30 AM at El-Sawy where Gusour will represent awareness session about “The Deaf in Egypt”. You are welcome to join any part of the day for free.

See you all on Friday!

Master of Arts in Leadership and Management 2018 –2020

Are you called to lead?
Are you in a position of influence in your church, community, or ministry?
Do you want to enhance your leadership abilities and learn healthy principles for leading from experts in Leadership studies?

The Episcopal Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa in cooperation with Vision International University invites you to obtain the self-development opportunity for studying Master of Arts in Leadership and Management.

The new course is running for two years from 2018 to 2020. The course modules require 3 meetings over each year for 3- 4 residential days of intensive work and study for each meeting.

The Master of Arts in Leadership and management degree program is a unique program offered as a combination of Distance education and intensive seminars. The program is overseen by the Dean of the College of Leadership, and directed by EME/Vision staff in the Western European and Mediterranean Offices. The program is designed to prepare leaders in churches and non-profit organizations with leadership skills.

The program is designed to be a useful “think tank” style approach, whereby we setaside 2 or 3 times in a year for primary leaders in the region (few in number by invitation only) who are MA Leadership students to come together and approach the content in a collaborative way, as a select group of practitioners.

Courses You’ll Take to Earn Your Degree:

LE 501 Introduction to Leadership and Leaders
LE 502 Ministry Leadership Foundations
LE 503 Dynamics of Effective Leaders and Followers
LE 504 Spirituality and Leadership
LE 505 Contemporary Issues in Leadership
LE 506 Leader Development
LE 511 Leadership Practicum
CE 501 Administration and Leadership
CE 502 Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management
CE 503 Advanced Leadership and Administration
PT 504 Christian Worldview

Requirements for enrollment:
– Carefully read attached The Practitioners Program, and being aware with studying requirements.
– Complete the application for admission with personal photo and paying 500 EGP for application and interview fees.
– In case, within the process of interview, it appears that candidate`s English language skills are less than required, a TOEFL score of 530 or above will be necessary.
– A bachelor’s degree is required.
– Not less than 3 work experiences.

Kindly inform that:

Vision University is NOT accredited by the US Department of Education. Many religious colleges and universities are not. They are “Religious Exempt”. Vision is State Approved by the State of California and is recognized by Bible College Accrediting organizations. The degree earned is primarily for use in Christian organizations (churches, schools, NGOs, etc.) The credits earned are transferable to other colleges at the discretion/decision of that college or university. Some would accept, some would not, depending on the State, Nation, etc. It is a “professional” (Christian) diploma, rather than considered “academic”. Whether it is useful professionally to the student is up to them, their employer, etc.

For inquiries and enrollment, Kindly send your applications before January 11th 2018 for the following contacts:

episcocare@gmail.com
ibrahemnagy@yahoo.com
Mobile: 01272220291- 01005359945

For enrollment and registration click link blew:
https://drive.google.com/open…

Christmas Party in All Saints Cathedral Nursery for and by the children

On Thursday December 28th, All Saints Cathedral Nursery organised a Christmas party for the children  in which the children sang 4 songs. 5 professional clowns presented purposeful magic games aiming behavior modification. At the end of the party Santa distributed personal gift to each child.

Meet Our Staff:

Our kids wising you a happy new year:

Christmas Carols Concert

On Thursday, December 28, the All Saints Cathedral choir hosted a Christmas carols concert. This concert was free and open to the public.  About 100 people attended, including many children. The audience enjoyed a selection of Christmas carols and beautiful music from our talented choir. Bishop Mouneer gave a brief address, and different members of the choir took turns speaking throughout the concert. During some of the songs, children from the deaf school joined the choir on stage, and signed along to the music. At the end, Santa Claus came to give presents to the children in the audience.

To view the live stream of the concert, visit the link here.

Sports Day at All Saints Cathedral

The All Saints Cathedral’s Sudanese Congregation hosted a sports and activity day on Friday, 15 December. This was the first time that they hosted such an event. Children had the opportunity to play ping pong, tennis, and soccer. They also played other games, and enjoyed entertainment from the clowns that attended. Everyone had a wonderful time, and it is their hope that the cathedral will regularly host sports days where people can enjoy healthy and fun activities.

Christmas Eve Service at All Saints Cathedral

On Christmas Eve, the Diocese of Egypt hosted its annual Christmas Eve service at All Saints Cathedral in Zamalek, Cairo. The service began at 10:30pm and ended after midnight. The service was well attended by a diverse group of guests. The Arabic and Sudanese choirs sang traditional Christmas songs both in Arabic and in English. Many of the Anglican clergy in Egypt were present, and read different passages of scripture and liturgy. Bishop Mouneer gave a special Christmas sermon. He reminded attendees to follow Christ and reflect His love, especially during this season of celebrating the birth of Jesus. He prayed for the safety of Egypt, and for those who lost family members because of violence this year.

Many journalists attended the Christmas Eve service. You can read what one of them wrote about the service here.

To view the live video of the service, visit here and here.

For more videos, pictures, and other information, visit the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa’s Facebook page.

Christmas Carols Concert

The All Saints Cathedral Choir will be hosting a Christmas carols concert in All Saints Cathedral on Thursday, December 28. The concert will begin at 7:00pm. The concert is family friendly, and will feature traditional Christmas carols sung by groups of children and adults, both in Arabic and in English. Admission is free. There will be fun activities geared toward kids, and Santa Claus will be there to distribute gifts to children. Please pray that this concert would be a success, and through it we would reflect God’s love and peace during this Christmas season. Please join us! We look forward to having you there.

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