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The Church News this week...

Sunday to Sunday, October 31st- Nov. 7th, 2021

• Bible reading this week: Sirach 1-21, and Rev 1-7.

• Keep the date: Feast of the finding of the Head of St. Mark. Vespers is on Monday. Nov. 8th at 6:30 PM with Fr. Joseph St. Anthony.

+ Sunday, Oct. 31st: Commemoration of Virgin Mary & Departure of St. Roweiss. Matins 8 AM, No Sunday school and Bible study, coffee 11:30 and Jesus Kids Party 5:30 PM.

+ Monday, Nov. 1st: Martyrdom of St. Luke the Evangelist. Resurrection Group outing leave church 10 AM. Please be on time.

+ Tuesday, Nov. 2nd: Departure of Pope Yusab, the 52nd.

+ Wednesday, Nov. 3rd: Departure of St. Hilarion the Hermit. Divine Liturgy 10 AM (Chapel).

+ Thursday, Nov. 4th: Departure of Sts. Apollo and Apip. Divine Liturgy 9 AM, followed by Bible study, and College and Grad Youth meeting 7 PM

+ Friday, Nov. 5th: Martyrdom of St. Timon the Apostle. Jesus Kids 6 PM, and Youth and Good Shepherd groups meetings 7 PM.

+ Saturday, Nov. 6th: Martyrdom of Bishop Macarius of Idku. Agpeya and Vespers Praise 6 PM, Vespers incense 7 PM followed by midnight prayer, and midnight praise with an opportunity for confession 8 PM.

+ Sunday, Nov. 7th: Martyrdom of Sts. Marcianus & Mercurius. Matins 8 AM, Sunday school and Bible study 11:15, agape 12 noon, and Deacons meeting 1: 15 PM.

Mark on your calendar:

• Feast of the finding of the Head of St. Mark. Vespers is on Monday. Nov 8th at 630 PM with Fr. Joseph St. Anthony. Divine Liturgy on Tuesday, Nov 9th at 9 AM followed by agape and a gathering with Fr. Joseph St. Anthony.

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

St. Mark Festival - Mahragan El Keraza Registration

St. Mark Festival - Mahragan El Keraza Books

 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.  Hebrews 4:12

H.G.B.Y Weekly Sermons

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

[Proverbs 19:17]