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The Coptic Orthodox Church was established in Tanzania in 1997. Today there are two churches in the province of Mara, served by Fr. Joshua and 12 deacons. There is a unique service in Tanzania, which is the service of the leprous people.Fr. Joshua has been a member of the Coptic Church in Nairobi (Kenya) since his childhood. He was a deacon for 15 years, of which he was a disciple of Fr. Moses in Nairobi for 8 years. He was ordained in April 2006 by H.H. Pope Shenouda III.
Very frustrating. One would think there would be more complete directories.
Quote from: Salpy on September 30, 2013, 09:42:38 PMVery frustrating. One would think there would be more complete directories.Yeah, Tanzania does not have complete English online directory of Orthodox parishes! What a shame! Some American wants to visit is and cannot check it from his armchair.
Mor is always the best
my hands... are...soft
You always get Mor than you bargained for on the OCNet...
I suppose people in Tanzania have some more urgent expenses than fancy websites and online directories. Not to mention only 12% of Tanzanians are internet users.
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