Diocese Of Egypt

Today.. The Episcopal/Anglican Church prepares for the inauguration of a new Archbishop


The Episcopal/Anglican Church is preparing today, Tuesday, to organize the inauguration ceremony of Archbishop Samy Fawzy as Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria and Bishop of the Diocese of Egypt by Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis, Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria, who devotes himself to spiritual service among the bishops.

All Saints’ Cathedral intensified its preparations to receive the event, as the cathedral lit up its lights that are lit in the major celebrations. Over the past two days, it has received quite a few archbishops from around the world, most notably Archbishop Josiah Feron, Secretary-General of the Anglican Communion in the World, and Archbishop Justin Badi, Archbishop of South Sudan and President of the Global South, Archbishop Ezekiel Kondo, Archbishop of Sudan, and Archbishop Foley Beach, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America.

The church is expected to receive a number of statesmen and public figures who confirmed their attendance at the bishop’s inauguration ceremony, in addition to representatives of all Christian denominations and the people of the church.

Yesterday, the Episcopal/Anglican Church had organized a ceremony honoring Archbishop Mouneer Hanna and his wife for their long service in the church, which lasted for about 21 years in the position of the Archbishop and another 21 years in Menouf Hospital affiliated with the church, where the Archbishop served as a doctor and then director of a hospital, as the Episcopal Church offered Yesterday, during the ceremony, glimpses of the life of Archbishop Mouneer Hanna, his service in the church, and his social, cultural and religious role through the various activities provided by the Episcopal/Anglican Church throughout his presidency.

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