Anglican conference centre opens in Cairo

All Saints centre in Zamalek can cater for up to 120 people.

The Anglican Diocese of Egypt has inaugurated the All Saints Garden Conference Center in the Zamalek island district of the capital, an upmarket area popular with expats.
The centre plans to act as a base for conferences, retreats, meetings and events, and can cater for up to 120 people.
Located on the grounds of the Anglican Cathedral, the centre also has 16 guest rooms with an additional nine rooms in an adjacent guesthouse.
The Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa is a diocese within the worldwide Anglican Communion. There are more than 100 congregations throughout the diocese which extends over eight countries including Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Libya, Somalia and Tunisia. For more details see website.

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