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Today, the plenary session of the 129th session of the Synod of the Evangelical Nile of Egypt’s Presbyterian will take place at the headquarters of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in al-Azbakiyyah to prepare for the holding of new elections on the posts of President and Vice President on...
On Monday evening, the 129th plenary session of the Presbyterian Evangelical Synod of the Nile of Egypt was held at the headquarters of the Presbyterian Evangelical Church in al-Azbakīa. The meeting began with prayer and then the Reverent Rifʿat Fikrī, the head of the Synod of the Nile of the...
A high-level German delegation led by Dr. Rev. Tharwat Qādis, chairman of the Council for Dialogue and Ecumenical Relations, arrived in Aswan en route to Luxor. The delegation will visit the Coptic Evangelical Church in Luxor and its affiliated schools.
  The coming Thursday (March 27) Nawāl Halīm will be the second female appointed head of the church council (council of shaykhs) of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Assuit. Samuel Bākī, the head of the church, stated that the church consists of shaykhs (presbyters) and pastors and that the...
Riḍā Thābit acquired his PhD from the Pittsburgh Presbyterian Seminary in Pennsylvania, USA, which is one of the oldest theological schools in the world. Tackling the thesis of ‘Missional leadership’, Thābit focuses on the Church inclusion of the Christian Youth in light of changes that have...
The article highlights the figures of Christians in each of the Gulf States. These figures hit about three million Christians out of a total of 13 million expatriates. Most of those Christians, who are affiliated to Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant congregations, are distributed in six countries,...
The story of the Presbyterian congregation in Ma’ādī’s 60 year attempt to have their own church constructed.
One of AWR’s interns investigated the long-winded church building story of the "Coptic Evangelical" [Presbyterian] Church in Ma’ādī.
Gerrit Roos investigates the complex relations between Christians and Muslims in Egypt. He interviewed a number of Christian figures and analyzes the reasons why people emigrate from the country.
An in-depth look at the third annual report of the Citizenship Committee of the National Council for Human Rights [NCHR]. Particular focus is placed on missing Coptic women and the complaints that are lodged against public institutions.

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