Articles tagged: Cairo
COPTIC YOUTH MEET POPE AT PIONEERING EVENT
Something very special took place at a recent youth conference in Cairo, Egypt. The first-ever Coptic Orthodox World Youth Week saw young people from 50 countries join together and spend time with Pope Tawadros II.
FINDING TRUTH ON THE BIG SCREEN
As an alternative to the Hollywood film industry, SAT-7 recently began screening a series that introduces viewers to some of the best Arab-language films that offer valuable and truthful insights into human experience.
NEW DOCUMENTARY ON CAIRO’S CHRISTIAN HISTORY
Egypt’s capital is home to many churches that illustrate the country’s rich Christian history. SAT-7 ARABIC is producing Christians of the East, a new documentary that will bring this fascinating, little-known past to life by telling the stories of Cairo’s churches.
SUDANESE CHOIR MODELS CHRISTIAN UNITY ON SAT-7
A unique praise group from Sudan recently featured on the SAT-7 ARABIC music program Keep on Singing. The Candlelight Choir, which is made up of believers from many different churches and backgrounds, travelled to Cairo for the live broadcast.
SAT-7 BRINGS CONFERENCES TO VIEWERS’ HOMES
SAT-7 ARABIC recently broadcast two large, inspirational Christian events from Egypt. The conferences brought thousands of believers together for teaching, worship, and prayer.
‘SPEAK UP’, A PLATFORM FOR MOTHERS’ VOICES
Many Egyptian Christian families have been left traumatised by the recent violent attacks on their community. SAT-7 ARABIC’s counselling program for women, Speak Up, reaches out to mothers of traumatised children, offering support and advice.
‘BRIDGES’ FOCUSES ON SUFFERING COPTIC CHRISTIANS
As Egypt’s Coptic community was left reeling from yet another deadly attack, SAT-7 ARABIC’s current affairs program Bridges presented a vital Christian viewpoint on the threat believers face from extremists.
SAT-7 RESPONDS TO EGYPT CHURCH BOMBINGS
On Sunday morning a bomb ripped through the Palm Sunday Communion Service at St George’s in Tanta in Egypt, killing 27 and injuring many more. It was followed shortly afterwards by a suicide bomber detonated outside St Mark’s Cathedral in Alexandria where Pope Tawadros, the leader of the Coptic Church, had led worship.