The Episcopal/Anglican Church Conference concludes the conference of the Council of Anglican Province in Africa and a new honor for Archbishop Mouneer Hanna
The Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt concluded today, Wednesday, the conference of the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa, which was hosted by All Saints Cathedral in Zamalek for a period of ten days.
The ceremony also witnessed the presentation of a short film about the participants in the conference, implemented by the media center of the church, in which the bishop of South Africa said, I felt the warmth of reception and love, stressing that it is a source of warmth for all strangers, as it improves the reception and hosting of refugees.
On his behalf, Kofi Johnson, Secretary-General of the African Council of Churches, handed over certificates of appreciation to the participants, adding: My dream for CAPA is to grow in the areas of spiritual and theological service, and in particular to present the gospel message to youth, women, and children.
Johnson also presented copies of a Bible called “The African Scholastic Bible” and it includes some footnotes that put the explanation of the Bible in the African context with the addition of some African wisdom so that Africans can interact with it and understand it, provided that this Bible is delivered to every bishop on the continent.
At the end of the ceremony, the Episcopal/Anglican Church Regional Council in Africa honored Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis, Former Archbishop of the Province of Alexandria for his role in service over the past years.