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The Church News this week...

Sunday to Sunday, May 9-16, 2021

  • Bible reading this week: Deu. 25-34, Josh. 1-12, 1Cor 14-16, and 2Cor 1-4.

  • We thank our Beloved Bishop Youssef for his pastoral visit to our church. We pray that God may keep him for us for many fruitful years to come.

  • Congratulations to all our Mothers on Mothers' Day.

+    Sunday, May 9th: 1st Sunday of Pentecost & Birthday of St. Mary and Mothers' Day. Matins 8 AM, Sunday School and Bible study 11:30 AM, Agape and Vaccination Drive 12 PM.

+    Monday, May 10: Departure of the Righteous Job.

+    Tuesday, May 11: Departure of Pope Gabriel IV, the 86. Graduate Zoom meeting 7:30 PM.

+    Wednesday, May 12: Departure of Pope John 1st, the 29th and Pope Yoannis V, the 72nd, Divine Liturgy 5 AM (Chapel).

+    Thursday, May 13: Martyrdom of Jeremiah the Prophet. Divine Liturgy 9 AM followed by Bible Study.

+    Friday, May 14: Departure of St Macarius of Alexandria. Youth and Good Shepherd meetings 7 PM.

+    Saturday, May 15: Departure of Pope Athanasius the 20th. Agpeya and Vespers praise 6 PM, Vespers incense and midnight prayers 7 PM, Midnight praise and an opportunity for confession 8 PM.

+    Sunday, May 16: 2nd Sunday of Pentecost & Martyrdom of St John of Senhout. Matins 8 AM, Sunday school and Bible study 11:15, Agape 12 PM, and Deacons meeting 1 PM.

Mark on your Calendar:

  • Visit of our beloved HG Bishop Gregory to the church May 22-26, 2021.

  • Feast of the entry of our Lord into the Land of Egypt, June 1st, 2021.

  • Summer club starts Tuesday, June 1st, 2021.

  • Trip to St Anthony monastery, June 14-16, 2021. Register with Ms. Miranda Abdelnour.

Children Corner

Mirope Gad (grade 7)

The Paralytic Man (Mark 2: 1-12)

The story of the paralytic man shows how powerful faith is. "When Jesus saw their faith He said to the paralytic, "Son your sins are forgiven you." Mark 2:5. The story shows how the Lord can take us on the right path and redirect us if we let him. We will always have obstacles in our life in this story it is the scribes testifying and denying how Jesus can forgive sins. "Who Can forgive sins but God alone?" Mark 2:7. But they were proven wrong when Jesus perform

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He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord,
And He will pay back what he has given.

[Proverbs 19:17]