Articles tagged: Cairo
“Youth for an Enabling Society” Launches in Egypt
SAT-7 has launched a new project that will both equip and encourage young people in Egypt to invest themselves in their local communities and wider society, in order to promote social conditions that will enhance and not diminish their freedoms.
Inspirational visit to Egypt for SAT-7 Europe and Asia Director
SAT-7’s Executive Director of Europe, Asia and Pacific, Kurt Johansen, visited Cairo from 11-16 January 2023 to meet with SAT-7 staff in Egypt, to consolidate existing networks, and to build relationships with new contacts.
Church members and locals pay tribute to victims of Giza church fire
One week after a fire destroyed a church in a densely populated area of Cairo, Egypt, church and family members have paid tribute to the victims on SAT-7. Two programs addressed the shocking tragedy, providing spiritual comfort and support.
PRAYING FOR SAT-7 VIEWERS FACING RIPPLE EFFECT OF RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR
Rising prices for staples are devastating the most vulnerable families and communities around the world, including in Egypt. To help us lift up those struggling, including our Christian brothers and sisters, SAT-7 Communications Officer Mary Joseph shares the impact she sees around her.
THE POWER OF GATHERING IN UNITY: A BLOG FROM EGYPT
Exactly 10 years ago today, on 11 November 2011, Christians in Egypt gathered to lift up their homeland in an extraordinary, interdenominational night of prayer. A decade on, Egyptian Christians’ ability to gather has been restricted by COVID-19 – until now. Mary Joseph, SAT-7’s Communications Officer in Cairo, tells us more.
LOOKING BACK ON CAIRO’S STRANGE SUMMER
As countries around the world adapt to post-lockdown life, SAT-7 Egypt journalist Mary Joseph reflects on an unusual summer in Cairo, where the usually bustling streets went still. While many Egyptians flocked to beaches, those who stayed in Cairo faced a strange new reality – and for Mary, the only comfort to be found was in the Church.
SAT-7 SHARES JOY AS CAIRO WORSHIPPERS FILL STREETS
In Cairo this New Year’s Eve, so many believers gathered to begin 2019 in an atmosphere of praise and prayer that the 4,000-capacity Kasr el Dobara Evangelical Church (KDEC) had to expand into the street.
MAY THIS CHRISTMAS BE A NEW BEGINNING
The Egyptian people are facing youth unemployment, widespread poverty, an unstable economy and continuing human rights violations. But Egypt is also home to the Middle East’s largest Christian population – and despite violent attacks in recent years, the Egyptian Church is faithful and thriving.