Christmas and Christmas lights illuminate the Episcopal Cathedral before the feast...

All Saints Episcopal Cathedral in Zamalek is decorated with Christmas trees and lights Holiday Christmas Hours before the start of the feast mass, headed by Dr. Sami Fawzy, Archbishop of Alexandria for the Anglican Church, in both Arabic and English to serve Egyptians and foreigners.

It is expected that the Christmas mass prayers will begin at eight in the evening today, after the cathedral bells ring, as the church celebrates the holiday according to the Western calendar.

It is worth noting that the church imposed strict precautionary measures due to the Corona virus, in which it was keen to provide disinfectants and masks for all worshipers, and to observe social distancing.

The Episcopal Church celebrated the hymns of the Nativity of Christ inside the Episcopal Cathedral in Zamalek last Friday, a celebration held annually by the church by candlelight before Christmas, through a group of hymns in Arabic and English.


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