In Loving Memory of Rev. Fr. Bishoy
 
 

Our Church
Information about the Church , contact and directions.
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TiNahTi
Website for our kids. Bible stories, color, play, and lots of fun!
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Christville
Interactive website dedicated to our Church's youth. Register today!
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Church Services
Web pages for several services in the church. Get involved in service!
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COOL
Coptic Orthodox Olympic League.
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The Web Saint-Mary.net

Coptic Calendar

Streaming :
Live streaming from our Church for weekly liturgies and meetings.
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Videos : Watch sermons, liturgies and documentaries online.
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TV Streaming :
24 hour streaming from different Christian channels - El Maqar.
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Sermons : English and Arabic spiritual sermons

Hymnology : Coptic hymns, Liturgies, and songs


Books : Books for H.H. Pope Shenouda and others

Photos : Photo galleries for events through the years

Join the Church Email List
Congregation Registry Online Form
ESL & Educational Classes
(دورات الكمبيوتر)
The Servants
دعوه من الأباءللخدمة - Invitation to serve
The Deacons
The Church Choir
Volunteering to Clean the Church

Schedule
Bulletin has Church weekly schedule. Calendar has daily Synaxarium readings.
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وظائف ومعلومات تهمك
Job listings, career advice, and resources for new immigrants.
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Dona†ion
Thanks for your continues support and generous donations.
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Comments
Submit any comments or suggestions you may have for our church.
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Ladies Meeting
A weekly spiritual meeting for our church Ladies. Mondays 7:45pm.
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دراسة الكتاب المقدس
"How sweet are Your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth.”
Bible Study

Bible Center
Listen and read the Bible in Arabic.
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The Coptic Church was established in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ by St. Mark the Evangelist in the city of Alexandria around 43 A.D. The church adheres to the Nicene Creed. St. Athanasius (296-373 A.D.), the twentieth Pope of the Coptic Church effectively defended the Doctrine of the Lord Jesus Christ's Divinity at the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. His affirmation of the doctrine earned him the title; "Father of Orthodoxy" and St. Athanasius "the Apostolic". more
     
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