Thursday evening (6.30pm) sees a celebration and re-commissioning service at the end of a great Synod week. We've been challenged and encouraged to get closer to God and to find ways to tell the Gospel story in each of our countries. Thursday has a special extra for the English-speaking congregations...
Over the last few weeks we've been watching Acts to see how the Gospel moves out. As we end the series this week, we we see how Pressure & Growth go together in Acts 12. It turns out even the State cannot squash the new life of the Christian communities. "The word of God continued to spread and flourish."
Join us on Friday at 10am or Sunday at 10.30am.
We're back in the Cathedral while work continues around us. It's a good picture of the Christian life - we are God's work-in-progress! The renewal project is part of our anniversary celebrations - 25 years as All Saints' Cathedral in Zamalek, 75 as All Saints' Cathedral in Cairo, and 135 years as All Saints' church in the city. That's a lot of life and witness to give thanks for, a lot of faithful people from Egypt and many other nations who have served and worked here.
Our main celebrations will be in the first weekend of November, 1st to 3rd, as we take All Saints' weekend to rejoice at the Lord's faithfulness over these years and as we recommit ourselves
to trust in him and serve people in the future.