- Synod of the Nile of the Evangelical Church of Egypt
- The Evangelical Church of Egypt is a protestant church that started as a mission of the United Presbyterian Church of North America among Muslim and Coptic Egyptians in 1854
- It became independent in 1958 and has 400 congregations, 8 presbyteries, and about 750,000 members
- The Synod of the Nile is Egypt's oldest and largest protestant denomination and helps run hospitals, social services and has its own seminary
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- St Andrew's Refugee Services (StARS) provide high-quality services meeting unaddressed needs of refugees, and provide a safe and inclusive space for displaced people to come together as a community. Learn more about their work at their website.
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