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The Episcopal Congregation organizes a ceremony honoring the Archbishop and his wife for their service in the Church
The Episcopal/Anglican Congregation (Alexandria Province of the Anglican Episcopal Church in Egypt) is organizing a celebration of honor and service of thanks to Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis and his wife, Mrs. Nancy Morcos, on the occasion of handing over his administrative duties to the new Archbishop of the new province.
The church said in a statement: The Archbishop and his wife invited senior statesmen and the people of the church in a ceremony to be held on the occasion of the end of his service on the seventh of this June in the Cathedral of All Saints.
Archbishop Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis spent 42 years in the service of the Episcopal Church, including 21 years as director of the Harpur Memorial Hospital in Menouf, Menoufia Governorate, since 1980, after graduating from the Faculty of Medicine of Kasr Al-Ainy in 1974, then obtaining a postgraduate diploma in tropical medicine. He also studied Internal Diseases and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy at the Royal College of Graduate Studies in London, then he studied theology from Moore University in Sydney, Australia before being ordained as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Egypt, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa in 2000. He was appointed Archbishop of Alexandria in 2020 and received his Ph.D. Honorary Honor in Theology from the Wyndham University of Toronto in 2020.
According to the constitution of the Alexandria Province of the Episcopal Church, the Archbishop hands over his duties and administrative powers to a new Archbishop and devotes himself to spiritual work.