Products And Craft Shops
The Diocese offers a wide variety of products made by different people through our many ministries, including crafts made by prisoners through the Prison Ministry, widows at the Boulaq Centre, and by Deaf and disabled workers through the Vocational Training Center.
The Episcopal Publishing House has published hundreds of Christian books, including books translated from English into Arabic, and books originally written in Arabic.
Thank you for supporting the disadvantaged through purchasing our products!
We invite you to visit us and buy high-quality handcrafts for your loved ones, and to support a worthy cause. Our crafts are made by deaf, blind, disabled, refugees, prisoners and disadvantaged families.
Every time you buy handcrafts, you support these people!
Come on in…. Download the catalogue… Visit us…. Support the ministries of the Diocese….
The Touch of Egypt Craft Shop features unique products made by marginalized women from urban areas such as Boulaq, Cairo. The goal of Touch of Egypt is to empower these women by teaching them practical and creative skills!
Please visit the Touch of Egypt Craft Shop, located at 5 Michel Lutfallah St., Zamalek, Cairo, in the basement of All Saints Cathedral. The store is open from 9am to 4pm Monday through Thursday, and Saturday. It is closed on Fridays and Sundays.
The shop also accepts orders for custom made items. Items available include: altar cloths, clergy robes, bed sheets, tablecloths, towels, and more.
Find out more at Touch of Egypt’s Facebook page.
The Episcopal Publishing House was founded in 1900. Since then, hundreds of Christian books have been published. Books translated from English into Arabic are published, as well as books originally written in Arabic. Many of the books are used by students at the Alexandria School of Theology, and this ministry benefits Christians around the Arab World.
Our Prayer for the Episcopal Publishing House:
- That God would use every book and CD published by the Episcopal Publishing House for His glory.
- That resources produced will be distributed around Egypt and the Middle East and would grow and strengthen people in their faith.