A tapestry at the front of a Coptic Church reads, "who accepts to not cast out" (John 6:37) referring to Jesus accepting all who come unto him.
A young boy sits quietly in the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo, Egypt.
A shrine of Pope Shenouda III, the former Pope of the Coptic Church, rests at the entrance of the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo.
Manshiyat Naser, an entirely Coptic Christian neighborhood, is home to the Zabbaleen, or "garage people" who collect and recycle trash from around the city of Cairo as a means of living.
Two children wait on the street while their mothers work to sort through a garbage pile.
Manshiyat Naser, an all christian neighborhood, is a "slum city" where window displays can seem quite out of place.
A street view from a coffee shop in Manshiyat Naser, an all Coptic Christian neighborhood.
A large crowd gathers for the Thursday night worship service at Saint Sama'ans Church in the neighborhood of Manshiyat Naser in East Cairo.
Men pray at Saint Sama'ans Church in Manshiyat Naser.
The cave cathedral of Saint Sama'ans Church in Cairo is the largest church in the Middle East with seating for 15,000 people.