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Beit El-Salam Conference Center, Alexandria, Egypt "Meeting Christ By The Seashore"

A major ministry of the Synod of the Nile is carried out at Beit El-Salam Conference Center at Agamy, on Alexandria's Mediterranean coast, where more than 12,000 persons "encounter Christ by the seashore: each year. It was started as a work camp fifty years ago on the remote outskirts of this legendary coastal city and became a legend in itself. Former Moderator Jack Rogers was among the early campers' group of Egyptian and American youth in 1955 when he was discerning his call after graduating from college. Since that time, hundreds of campers became leaders not only in ...

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Cairo Geriatric Center

The Cairo Geriatric Center provides institutional care and support of those aged who are no longer able to live alone. Funds are needed for medical supplies, training costs, and to subsidize care for those who are too poor to pay.

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Care With Love: Training Providers For Home Health Care

Care With Love is a training program for home health care providers. It is now becoming an NGO for training and employment of all kinds of caregivers. Together with the Friends of the Children with Cancer (FCC), a halfway house for children with cancer will be set on a farm outside Cairo (away from the pollution) where the children from underprivileged families will be taken care of in between treatment to boost their nutrition while providing respite for their mothers and other siblings. The mothers will be educated about proper nutrition and hygiene and will participate in income-generating projects during ...

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Coptic Evangelical Organization For Social Services (CEOSS), Egypt

CEOSS implements a variety of preventive health programs and curative medical activities that target the priority health needs and education of poor urban and rural populations, especially women and children, in Egypt.

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Disaster Relief--Middle East

This designated account supplements the One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) offering to enable a significant response for relief and disasters in the Middle East. Your faithful giving is deeply appreciated.

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Ramses College & Other Synod Schools

These schools are under the direction of the Synod of the Nile and are in need of support for the ongoing costs of operation.

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Tanta Hospital, Synod of the Nile

The American Hospital at Tanta, in Egypt, provides a range of health services, including opthalmolic surgery. Funds are needed to subsidize care for patients who cannot afford to pay and to purchase equipment, including that needed for retinal surgery.

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The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (ETSC) Special Projects

The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo enrolls more than 330 students at campuses in Cairo, Alexandria and Minia in full and part-time Bachelor and Master of Arts in Theology programs. Gifts to this fund may be designated for the Library, current capital improvement projects, distance learning, computer upgrades, continuing education for pastors, emergency funds, summer internships or other approved projects

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The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo (ETSC), Student Scholarship Fund

The Evangelical Theological Seminary at Cairo prepares, equips and trains pastors, ministers and leaders of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church and other churches in Egypt, the Middle East and Arabic speaking communities abroad. ETSC has an enrollment of more than 330 students in its Cairo, Alexandria and Minia campuses in full and part-time Bachelor and Master of Arts in Theology programs. This fund offsets costs to provide all qualified students a quality theological education.

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The Synod of the Nile, Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Egypt

The Synod of the Nile Evangelical (Presbyterian) Church is the minority of the Christian minority. Around 90% of the population is Muslim with the remaining 10% population of Christians mostly Coptic Orthodox. American Presbyterian missionaries began their ministry in Assiut, Upper Egypt in 1854. Much of the Evangelical Church's strength and reputation has grown from the schools and hospitals founded by the early church workers of the American Mission in Egypt. The Church has significant outreach and evangelism programs that focus on new church development and on church redevelopment particularly in rural and urban settings.

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