New Medical Mission -Mariam Medical Centre- in the Church of Christ the King, Tripoli

The Church of Christ the King is committed to playing its role; serving our local and global communities as we seek to provide answers and hope that only Christ-centered care and the message of Jesus can bring to the darkest world.  By the grace of God, the Church inaugurated Mariam Medical Centre on Nov.7, 2017. MMC is accountable for overall public health promotion and medical care service of Sub Saharan refugees living in Tripoli, Libya. It aims to make sub Saharan settlements viable by improving basic health status of Nigerian in exile through its Primary Health Care centre, for disease prevention, promotion of healthier lifestyles and a cleaner environment. It currently manages and finances one health centre in Tripoli, Libya. MMC’s major challenges are in providing adequate health care to the community, particularly in urban areas. Church of Christ the King, Tripoli, Libya opened a Free Medical Consultation for Basic Hygiene and Family Health Awareness Program every Tuesdays between 9:00 am and 12.00p.m. Within a month, the around fifty patients have consulted the doctor. One of our prayers for 2018, is to see even more people receive salvation through our Medical evangelism efforts.

To read the detailed annual report of the church, please click here.

New Confirmations at St. Antony’s Church

On Friday January 19th, as St. Antony celebrating the Epiphany, the church also joyfully welcomed new members in their Congregation; Mr. Samir Abdel-Allah and his wife Nadia, and Eroina Abdel-Malek. The new members were discipled by Rev. Emad Basilios, priest in charge, for more than three years. In the discipleship program, the new members learned about the fundamentals of our Christian faith as well as the Anglican church, through John Stout’s book “The radical Disciple”, among other books.

Please pray for our new members as they start a new chapter of their lives with the new year, as well as, their congregation and ministers.

Deaf Youth Clean and Beautify a Street in Old Cairo

As part of the “Together We Develop Egypt” project, a group of fifty deaf young adults, including both Christians and Muslims, participated in cleaning, painting, and beautifying Amro Street in Old Cairo. The project aimed to encourage youth to work together in community projects. The deaf youth were responsible for choosing this specific project. They first had a time of learning and planning, and then they began the work, which took roughly one month to complete. Amro Street was of particular interest to the deaf youth, because it is where the deaf church, the deaf school, and the deaf club are located. One of the oldest Anglican churches and a mosque also share the street.

“Together We Develop Egypt” is a project of the Episcopal/Anglican Diocese of Egypt in partnership with Misr El Kheir Foundation (an Islamic foundation chaired by the former Grand Mufti of Egypt). Thirteen groups of young adults in seven provinces are participating in this project. Some started literacy classes, while others developed a mobile library for children. Another group focused on planting trees in their village. The aim of the project is to bring religious harmony between Christian and Muslim youth, and instill the spirit of belonging, community, and a desire to build Egypt.

Yesterday we celebrated the opening of Amro street after it was cleaned and renovated. Dr. Ali Gomaa, the former Grand Mufti, together with Minister Ahmed Gameladine, the advisor for President Sisi, and Bishop Mouneer visited the street and encouraged the youth. After a tour of the street, the group went into Jesus Light of the World Anglican Church. They learned more about the details of the project, and some of the deaf youth sang in sign language. Many media outlets were interested in the event, and it was later featured on the news. Click here to view one of news reports.

 

Vacancy at Harpur Memorial Hospital, Menouf: OR Head Nurse

Job Description for OR Head Nurse at

Harpur Memorial Hospital, Menouf

 

Authority:

  1. Reports to the Head of the Department of Surgery and through him to the Director of the hospital
  2. She has authority over all OR nurses, and all OR technicians
  3. She reports to the Head Nurse of the Hospital andthe Head nurses of the Medical and Surgical floors. It is expected that she needs to cooperate with her colleagues in a cordial manner.

 

Job Description:

 

  1. This is a Full time position subject to all the rules and regulations of Harpur Memorial Hospital including the usual daily signing in and out of the hospital.
  2. Hours of work are: 8 AM to 3 PM-6 days a week Monday to Saturday
  3. Holidays: the employee is entitled to one month of holiday per year plus any statutory holidays such as Christmas and Easter. Sunday is a regular day off.
  4. If the employee wishes to take any additional time off, the request must be made in writing at least one weekin advance and must be approved by the Head of the Department of Surgery. In cases of unusual personal circumstances a notice of less than 2 days is permitted.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  1. The OR Head nurse is responsible for organizing the daily work of all the OR staff and ensuring adequate coverage for each of the OR rooms working that day.
  2. The OR Head Nurse is responsible for ensuring that supplies are available for each OR room and each operation including sutures, sterile equipment and sterile sheets etc.
  3. When needed, she may be asked to scrub on complex cases or when unexpected short staffing occurs.
  4. She shall be responsible for orienting and training new hires.
  5. She shall ensure sterility of the instruments and that the sterilization process is excellent.
  6. She shall be expected to attend the OR management committee meetings whenever they are held.

 

Compensation & Benefits:

  1. Salary shall be based upon
  • Years of experience
  • Qualifications
  • Salary will be decided by the Hospital Director

 

2.Benefits:

  • Health Care Benefits as per hospital policy.
  • Discount in the Episcopal School for children.

 

If interested, please send your CV to: patobishopmouneer@gmail.com

Rhythmic Instruments Course for beginners

Gusour Culture Center is happy to host “Rhythmic Instruments Course” for beginners, for the first time. The course is instructed by Mostafa Bakkar, Percussionist.

 

Date and time: Saturdays, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

Beginning on Saturday 27th January

 

Fees: 500 L.E. per months

Booking Fees: 250 L.E. by January 23rd.

 

Please, provide your own instrument.

 

For registration: Press here
For Inquiries: Please Call 01283533640
Facebook Event: Press here

Location: All Saints Cathedral; 5 Michel Lutfallah Street, behind Mariott hotel, Zamalek.

Google Map

 

 

Gusour Culture Center hosts drum circle on February 2nd.

Gusour Culture Center invites you to play some percussion with Mostafa Bakkar . Come and try a new experience of getting rid of your negative energy and having some fun instead.

Fri – Feb 2

Round 1: 6 –  7 PM

Round 2: 7 – 8 PM

Ticket : 30 L.E., if you have a drum.

40 L.E., if you use Gusour’s drums.

Tickets On door.

Facebook event: Drum Circle at Gusour
Location: All Saints Cathedral; 5 Michel Lutfallah Street, behind Mariott hotel, Zamalek.

For more info call :
Gusour Cultural Center : 01012226710

Gusour Culture Center hosts film screening on Saturday 27th January

Gusour Culture Center is happy to invite you to watch the “Stranger than Fiction” on Saturday the 27th of January. The movie demonstrates the struggle of Harold whose routine suddenly break in a strange way to allow him to open to a new world. The film will be followed by a discussion. The film is translated to Arabic.

Free Admission

Kids Friendly

Facebook Event: Film Screening “Stranger Than Fiction”

Date: Saturday 27th January

Time: 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Location: All Saints Cathedral

 

Boulaq Center Visits the elders at their homes

After celebrating Christmas with the poor and the widows, Boualq center took one more step to visit the bedridden elders. Boulaq center supports 46 bedridden elders, who may or may not have any family members to look after them, in slum areas e.g. Mostorod, Mataria, Kollaly, Sabtia, Boulaq, Toson st., Abdel-Hamid St., and Nour city. Let us pray for them as well as the elders and the family they support.

A member of Boulaq Center helping an elderly widow who has no one to look after her:

 

One of the most touching photos of Boulaq center; it shows 4 generations that were served by the center for more than 30 years.

 

Boulaq center administrator with a family member in front of the family’s residential.

 

Choir on SAT-7

Tomorrow, on Tuesday January 16th, the choir will host a program called “We Will Sing Again” live on TV on channel SAT-7. More than 5 million people generally watch this channel, which hosts choirs and worship leaders. 13 members of the All Saints Cathedral choir will be there. The program will begin at 9pm, and we encourage you to watch! The episode is about worship and music. They will also be talking about how to give thanks to God.

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!

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