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May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.  (Rom 15:13)


The Church wishes everyone a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, may The Lord bless everyone with love, righteousness and happiness. 

Services Schedule

2023 New Year's Eve Celebration 
Saturday 31st December 7:30 pm - 12:10 am
Followed by an Aghaby Meal

2023 Nativity Feast Eve Celebration 

Friday 6th of January 8:00 pm - 12:10 am
Followed by an Aghaby Meal

Saturday      9:00 am-11:15 am

Sunday         9:00 am- 12:00 pm

Weekdays    Please Call ahead

Contact Us

Let us know you’re out there! Or for any prayer requests, please contact St. John the Baptist and St. Elizabeth Coptic Orthodox Church today.


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About The Coptic Orthodox 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".

The term "Coptic" is derived from the Greek "Aigyptos" meaning "Egyptian". When the Arabs arrived in Egypt in the seventh century, they called the Egyptians "qibt". Thus the Arabic word "qibt" came to mean both "Egyptians" and "Christians".

The term "Orthodoxy" here refers to the preservation of the "Original Faith" by the Copts who, throughout the ages, defended the Old Creed against the numerous attacks aimed at it.
The Coptic Orthodox Church believes that the Holy Trinity: God The Father, God The Son, and God The Holy Spirit, are equal to each other in one unity; and that the Lord Jesus Christ is the only Savior of the world. Less changes have taken place in the Coptic Church than in any other church whether in the ritual or doctrine aspects and that the succession of the Coptic Patriarchs, Bishops, priests and Deacons has been continuous.

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