Our partners are self-governing ministries with whom MCC has established a long-term relationship. We encourage volunteer involvement and support of these partner ministries to fulfill one of our core purposes to “Be Launched” into the community and the world.
To make a financial gift to a partner ministry, please go to the “Partner Giving” drop down menu under the Outreach tab. Then choose which partner you desire to support and which method of payment you prefer.
Please note that our online giving company deducts an industry standard 2.9% fee for credit card donations and 0.8% fee for ACH bank donations (US bank accounts only). To avoid these fees, please see the instructions on for mailing a check to our US address. Please add the name of the partner ministry in the memo of the check.
AFRICAN HOPE LEARNING CENTER: AHLC provides a full educational curriculum for nearly 500 refugee students KG to Grade 12, as well as adult evening classes. Children receive a quality education by a caring Christian staff. AHLC is one of the few refugee schools offering high school level education. The United Nations declared AHLC one of the top refugee school in Cairo! For more ways to get involved visit www.africanhopelc.com for more information or call 2526-1122.
MAADI WOMEN’S GUILD: MWG is a well established Christian benevolent ministries in Egypt, MWG has been serving the international community in Maadi for over 30 years, providing fellowship for women of all nations and denominations and – at the same time – reaching out to some of the poorest and most underprivileged people in Cairo. Call Cathy at 2358-4719 for more information.
PETRESCUE BIBLE INSTITUTE: PBI was born out of the vision to raise up and equip Christian leaders, each year over 150 adults graduate and move on to further training or ministries in Egypt, Africa, and the Middle East. As part of PBI’s vision to grow, English and Arabic classes are now offered as a baseline course for new students. Contact Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on how to help.
PRISON MINISTRY: Teams visit Kanatar Men’s Prison weekly and Women’s Prison monthly, bringing food, blankets and other supplies for the foreign prisoners. The male prisoners make and sell beaded items for a small income. Come with us to visit the prisons and encourage prisoners from many different countries. It’s a true cross-cultural experience with receptive and appreciative people! Contact Nina at email@example.com or 0100-655-7270 for more information.
MAADI COMMUNITY SCHOOL: (MCS) serves the community of Christian families in Cairo, providing a quality international education at an affordable cost, preparing students to go on to secondary or tertiary education in their home countries or elsewhere. There are over 75 students in KG to Grade 8 from 18 different countries. Visit www.mceducation.org or call 2358-5911 to help.
HEALING GRACE MINISTRIES: A child sponsorship program from Kasr el Dubara Church in Cairo that exists to transform Egyptian children and their communities through Jesus, education, and health. Located mainly in villages throughout Upper Egypt, their strategy is to focus on these children with the intention of raising up strong followers of Jesus Christ to be the future leaders of their own communities. It is their belief that they can transform communities only through a holistic, long-term program of evangelism and discipleship. Visit their website http://healinggraceministry.org for more information.
Maadi Community Church also maintains relationship with these Associate Partner ministries:
- EASTERN EUROPEAN GATEWAY develops small group ministries in local churches in Romania and Hungary, as well as produce Arabic language radio programs and distribute bibles in Arabic.
- EYE ON THE CHILD provide family ministry and counseling to at risk children.
Maadi Community Church has also planted two independent daughter churches over the last several years:
- Sudan Community Church meeting on Sunday mornings at 10 am under the tent at St. John’s Church.
- African Community Church meeting on Friday afternoons at 2:30 pm in the St. John’s sanctuary.