All Saints Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt

All Saints Cathedral, the mother church of the diocese, is one of the most-used Cathedrals within the Anglican Communion. In the heart of the Middle East and in the centre of a city with 26 million people, not far from Al Azhar, the hub for Sunni Muslims in the world, All Saints’ Cathedral, Cairo is located in a strategic and prosperous area, surrounded by crowded, underdeveloped areas.

As the spiritual centre of the Diocese, it is committed to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in “words and deeds.” It is a “house of prayer for all nations.” It  is  the  centre  for  our Arabic, English and Sudanese congregations, youth ministry, children’s ministry,  women’s  ministry,  Alpha,  interfaith  dialogue,  ecumenical relations,  prison  ministry,  Boulac  community  development,  Tukul crafts, the Wady craft shop, a library, Refuge Egypt, and the Alexandria School of Theology.

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