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The Archbishop of the province of Alexandria meets with the Synod of the Anglican Church in his subordinate countries
Dr. Mouneer Hanna, Archbishop of the Province of Alexandria of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt and North Africa with the Horn of Africa chaired a meeting with members of the synod of the Church in the ten countries, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Chad, Mauritania, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Somalia, during a virtual session through the Zoom program, which began by emphasizing the importance of the discipleship principle and its role in the ecclesiastical service, stressing It was the message of Christ to his disciples, which they followed, and the church was established
The Episcopal/Anglican Church stated in a statement today, Thursday: During the meeting, the leaders of the various churches presented a set of reports on the service in the ten countries that follow the region between the dioceses of Egypt, North Africa, the Horn of Africa and Gambella, as the leaders of the churches presented the latest developments in the church and community service in their countries in addition to the Pastoral visits.
The committee meeting was attended by Bishop Samy Fawzy, Bishop of the diocese of North Africa, Reverend David Aziz, late pastor of the Church in Tunisia, Reverend Crimson, pastor of the Church in Libya, and Pastor Thomas the pastor of the Church in Algeria, Bishop Kuan Kim Sing, Bishop of the diocese of the Horn of Africa and Priest Gide from the diocese of the Horn of Africa, attended by Rev. Jeremiah, Diocese of Gambella and from the diocese of Egypt Dr. Maged Boutros, Archdeacon Emad Basilius, Dr. Hoda El-Gendy, members of the Executive Committee, and Fouad Roushdy, the legal advisor of the Episcopal/Anglican Church.
Last July, the Archbishop of Canterbury announced the establishment of the Province of Alexandria of the Episcopal/Anglican Church, which includes Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Chad, Mauritania, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Somalia, and Bishop Mouneer Hanna was chosen as its president.