The Episcopal/Anglican church provides simultaneous interpretation in sign language and allocates a corner for the deaf in the mass
The Episcopal/Anglican Church provided a sign language interpretation service and allocated a corner for the hearing impaired inside All Saints Cathedral in Zamalek, in which Dr. Samy Fawzy, Archbishop of the Church, presides over the Christmas prayers.
The Episcopal/Anglican Church stated that this service is provided by Ramez Bekhit, servant of the hearing impaired in the Episcopal/Anglican Church of Old Egypt, which is the first church in Egypt concerned with serving the hearing impaired.
It is worth noting that the church imposed strict precautionary measures due to the Coronavirus, in which it was keen to provide disinfectants and masks for all worshipers and to observe social distancing.
The bells of the Episcopal/Anglican Church had been ringing inside the Cathedral of All Saints in Zamalek to announce the start of the Christmas mass, as the Episcopal/Anglican Church follows the Western calendar and celebrates the Nativity of Christ on the night of the twenty-fifth of December.