Hegumens (11)

In the Coptic Orthodox Church, the priestly rank of hegumen (Gr. ἡγούμενος) corresponds to that of archpriest or protopresbyter (lit. "first priest") in any given parish. The Church prays for these priests in their elevation rite, saying, "Allow him to teach Your commandments and to be concerned with the purity, love and holiness of your people that they may be presented blameless unto Christ, the heavenly Groom."

Father Abrahim Aziz Gindi Father Bishoy Aziz Bastawros
Father Bishoy Gobreial Father Daniel Azer Sous
Father Felimon Mikhail Father Gawargious Kolta
Father Luke Sidarous Father Meina Albeir Youssef
Father Michael Gabriel Father Mina Wahba Youssef
Father Paul Megally

Presbyters (46)

The word "presbyter" (Gr. πρεσβύτερος)  literally means "elder." He is a leader in the local parish after the bishop and exists to officiate the services, consecrate the Mysteries, and present the flock perfect in Christ. The presbyter is a sacramental image, a living sign and expression of Christ's eternal Priesthood.

Father Abraam Ayoub Megally Father Antony Attallah
Father Antony Paul Father Antony Selim
Father Arsany Paul Father Athanasius Ragheb
Father Augustinos Hanna Father Bishoy Brownfield
Father Bishoy Kamel Father Boules Baky
Father Cyril Gorgy Father Daniel Habib
Father David Abdelsayed Father David Elias
Father Essac Milad Androus Father George Aziz
Father Gregory Bishay Father Ishak Boulos Azmy
Father James Soliman Father John Mikhail
Father John Paul Abdelsayed Father John Shafik Botros
Father Joseph Boules Father Kyrillos Ibrahim
Father Kyrollos Wassily Father Lazarus Yassa
Father Macarius Shehata Father Mark Hanna
Father Markos Hanna Father Mauritius Mikhail
Father Mena Fam Father Michael Fanous
Father Mikhael Ibrahim Father Mina Girgis
Father Mina Shoukry Ghebrial Father Moses Samuel Samaan
Father Pimen Shenoda Father Raphael Hanna
Father Raphael Maher Father Shenouda Ghattas
Father Thomas Rizkallah Father Youhanna Farid
Father Youhanna Ibrahim Father Youhanna Youssef
Father Youssef Zaki Father Zocimus Kneiber

Diaconate (11)

The Deacon is the third degree of the major orders of clergy in the Orthodox Church, following the bishop and the presbyter. The word deacon (Gr. διάκονος) means "one who serves."

Archdeacon Antonious Yuwakim Archdeacon Arsanious Wissa
Archdeacon Efrayem Soliman Archdeacon Jacob Abdelmalak
Archdeacon Marcos Hanna Archdeacon Michael Ishak
Archdeacon Mina Tadrous Archdeacon Thomas Moussa
Archdeacon Thomas Moussa Archdeacon Zakaria Hanna
Deacon Severus Mikhail

Reposed Clergy (7)

Give rest, O Lord, to the souls of Thy servants who have fallen asleep! May their memory be eternal!

Archdeacon Youssef Abdelmalek Father Angelos Youssef
Father Antonios Younan Soliman Father Antonious Henein
Father Daniel Farag Father Samuel Samaan
Father Youhanna Alexander