Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler is an author, a U.S. Episcopal priest and interfaith advocate living and working in the Middle East. He grew up in Muslim West Africa (Senegal), and has lived and worked extensively throughout the Islamic world with churches, religious publishing and Christian relief and development agencies. His acclaimed book on Muslim/Christian relations is Pilgrims of Christ on the Muslim Road: Exploring a New Path Between Two Faiths, published by Cowley Publications (an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield), September 2008. He is also the author of "Songs In Waiting: Spiritual Reflections on Christ's Birth, A Celebration of Middle East Canticles" (2009), and "God's Global Mosaic: Windows on God from Around the World" (2000).
He is currently the Rector of the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist/Maadi in Cairo, Egypt, within the Episcopal Diocese of Egypt & North Africa. St. John's Church/Maadi is the international English-speaking Episcopal/Anglican church in southern Cairo and its international congregation of over 20 nationalities welcomes people from many denominations and church traditions, primarily from the diplomatic, aid and business communities. More information on Paul-Gordon is available on www.paulgordonchandler.com