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The Mellī Council of Coptic Evangelical Churches has approved the draft of the personal status law after the cancellation of some of the amendments that the churches had opposed, including the civil marriage clause. The expansion of causes of divorce has also been canceled and has been limited to...
It is end of April that the Synod of the Coptic Evangelical Church will discuss the ordination of women to the pastoral ministry. According to Dr. Rev. Ikrām Lam`ī, the Evangelical Church believes that men and women are equal before God; He provides to both men and women to serve Him, a major...
Cairo - A widespread debate between the three Egyptian Churches (Orthodox, Evangelical, and Catholic) has ensued around the preparations of the Personal Status Law draft for Egyptian Christians, in the hope to present it to Parliament during the new session and have it officially passed, in the...
Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki, head of the Anglican Communion in Egypt, announced that Egyptian Churches do not accept any foreign intervention in Egyptian issues.
The Supreme Administrative Court headed by Counselor Dr. ‘Abd al- Fattaḥ  Abū al-Layl,  Deputy  Chairman of the State Council, adjourned yesterday, the lawsuit filed by Archbishop Munīr Anīs;  to overrule the Supreme Administrative Ruling of denying to recognize the Anglican community in Egypt, to...
Part of a series of opinion poll on matrimonial life, dissolving the sacramental bond, and the ordination of women, the Coptic Evangelical Church in Luxor organizes a forum on Monday. 
The Egyptian Evangelical Church decided to temporarily postpone the deliberation of the issue concerning the ordination of women as “priestesses”. This decision follows a media controversy sparked after the convention of the Supreme Evangelical Synod that began Monday evening, to resolve the issue...
Dr. Rev. Andre Zaki head of the Egyptian Evangelical Church will lead a Church delegation tomorrow, Wednesday, to meet Pope Tawadros II in the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral.
The Evangelical General Congregation Council decided to hold another meeting on 20th January, to discuss the Personal Status Law for Coptic Evangelicals. The decision came after the meeting held today, led by Rev. Dr. Andrea Zaki, head of the Denomination.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), in coordination with the Persons with Disabilities Forum and organizations operating in the related field, organizes a meeting on Thursday in Minya. The meeting will discuss the proposed draft law and relevant amendments in support...

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