☩ Our mission is to “present every man perfect in Christ Jesus” (Col 1:28) by bearing Christ in the world through our Orthodox Christian faith.
In 2011, Fr. Angelos Sarkis, the priest at St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Kirkland, Washington started faithfully visiting and serving one inmate at Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC). Upon discovering other Orthodox inmates at the prison, this prison ministry expanded … The post Prison Ministry Continues to Expand appeared first…
ACTS is introducing three new courses with the new semester: the Early Christian Studies Certificate, the Orthodox Scripture Certificate and the new Master of Theology (Th.M.) program! Both 1-year Certificate programs are available to anyone who would like to further … The post ACTS Launches Three New Courses appeared first…
Come join us, on October 14th, at the Inaugural Fundraising Dinner, hosted by Friends of Coptic Education! A group of like-minded individuals endeavoring to realize the vision of the Department of Christian Education under His Grace Bishop Kyrillos, Friends of … The post Join Us at the Inaugural Fundraising Dinner appeared first on St….
August 26, 2018
REGISTER TODAY! 14th Annual 2018 GYP Convention
August 26, 2018
2018 GYP Fall Convention – Coming Soon!
August 20, 2018
From St. Habib Girgis on His Feast Day
August 18, 2018
Get to Know the School: LogosTV Features ACTS
September 19, 2015
5th Annual Pharaoh’s Festival
September 25, 2015
2015 Diocese College Convention
October 18, 2015
2015 Santa Verena Charity Banquet with H.H. Pope Tawadros II
Coptic Orthodox Christianity
Orthodoxy is what Christ taught, the Apostles preached, and the Fathers kept…
What is the Coptic Orthodox Church?
The term “Copt” comes from the Greek word for “Egyptian.” The Coptic Orthodox Church, then, is the Church that was established in Egypt by the Holy Apostle Mark.
Orthodox Christianity is the authentic and original Christian Faith founded by our Lord Jesus Christ. It is the most pure form of Christianity with nothing added.
The One, Only, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church is the Body of Christ existing in the world. He is the sole Head and His people constitute His Body in the Church. Orthodox Christians believe that the Church is undivided, holy, catholic (universal), and sanctified for the work of preaching the Holy Gospel throughout the world and baptizing the nations.
Articles by His Eminence
and Spiritual Reading
March 1, 2018
Job’s Suffering as Consolation
November 28, 2017
The Women in the Genealogy of Christ