Dr. Samy Fawzy, Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria, met yesterday with members of the “Alpha” service team, which is one of the discipleship services that is carried out under the auspices of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt, and its influence extends to the Middle East and North Africa, in the presence of Rev. Bahig Ramzy, an official of the Family Counseling Committee.
For his part, the Archbishop, in his capacity as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alpha Service in Egypt, commended the effort of the service team, which is distinguished by its unique composition of consecrated servants from different Christian denominations.
The Alpha Service Office in Egypt has trained thousands of leaders of different churches inside and outside Egypt, encouraging them to use Alpha’s various programs for the discipleship of adults, youth, and young adults, in addition to specialized programs for married couples and programs for raising children and adolescents.
It is worth noting that the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt has been a pioneer in preparing versions of Alpha programs in the Arabic language since 2002 and providing them to be accessible to all churches in Egypt, as well as Arab communities in different countries.