Project development, Egypt

Rosie lives in the mega-city of Cairo where the population of one suburb is bigger than the total population of NZ. She works for one of the largest Anglican Dioceses – which includes 8 countries in North Africa and the Horn of Africa. One week might involve anything from fundraising for medical equipment, drinking 7-up with a prisoner in Cairo, eating freshly caught fish in an Alexandrian slum, writing updates on refugees in Ethiopia, or attending the opening of an interfaith culture centre.

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Latest news

  • Cairo visit

    1 November, 2017

    I am nearing the end of my studies at Trinity School for Ministry! Originally I wanted to get ...

  • Waiting patiently

    13 February, 2017

    I’ve been dwelling on Psalm 40 recently, “I waited patiently for the Lord…” One thing the Lord is ...

  • A year in Pittsburgh

    14 September, 2016

    Weeping may linger for the night, but joy comes with the morning. …You have turned my mourning into dancing. ...

  • Rosie and the Teapot

    20 May, 2016

    In late 18th century England, a small group of energetic people of faith started meeting regularly around a ...

  • Rosie at Trinity School for Ministry

    14 September, 2015

    I write this sitting on my porch of my new home, in a small town about 30 minutes ...

  • Tragedy in Heliopolis

    26 January, 2015

    Pictured: Members and friends of the St. Michael’s Church congregation gather to pray. Article re-posted from The Diocese of Egypt ...