Rev. David Ebenezer Ordained in St. Mark’s Church, Menouf

Ordination of Rev. David Ebenezer

St. Mark’s Church, Menouf

4:00 PM, 9 December 2018

On the 9th of December, it was our joy to ordain Rev David Ebenezer to the Sacred Order of Priesthood within the Worldwide Anglican Communion. Rev Ebenezer, his wife Elizabeth, and their two children moved to Menouf 4 months ago, and have been faithfully serving the congregation there ever since. We were so excited to see Rev. David be officially confirmed in this role.

Rev. David brings such depth and experience to this role, having pastored and studied in multiple countries and in many positions. He also has specific education for serving the healthcare community in a pastoral way—what a wonderful fit to serve our community in Menouf, which is largely made up of those serving in Harpur Memorial Hospital! Rev. David is compassionate, knowledgeable, and passionate, and we know he will make a wonderful impact as he serves the Lord in Menouf.

Please prayer for Rev. David (known to many as “Eby”) and his family. Pray that the Lord would bless them in their ministry, strengthen them in their relationship with the Lord, and use them to build up of the Church of Christ through their service.

Rishop Mouneer, Bishop Samy, Canon Hany, and Rev Kerry pray for Rev David

Ordination of New Clergy in the Diocese of Egypt

On Monday, 5th of February, Bishop Mouneer H. Anis along with Bishop Samy Shehata and all the clergy in Egypt gathered to ordain Deacon Hany Samir Azer as a Reverend for “Christ Light of the World Church” in Old Cairo. The ordination was crowned with the presence of Rt. Rev. Dr. John Chew, the former Bishop of Singapore.

Reverend Hany Samir Azer, born in 1977 and baptized in 1983, was ordained as a lay minister in March 2010 for Salvation Church in Suez; then as a deacon in December 2014 after his graduation from Alexandria School of Theology in 2013.

Reverend Hany is married to Sahar and has 2 children; Joseph, 17 years, and Jovany, 10 years.

Let us pray for Rev. Hany as he start a new chapter in his life that he may be a true witness of Christ to his family and his church.

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