The peace and love of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ be with you all.

It was a very difficult decision given that many people have worked so hard to get ready for our festival and have taken vacation time in order to be present and support and serve during these days but given the heavy rainfall and the high winds we are postponing the festival to the next weekend (9/30 – 10/1).

We appreciate all of your support and service and look forward to seeing you next weekend.

Please pray for the success of the festival. 

Be safe in the Lord.

Our Annual Egyptian Festival!

Join us at our annual Egyptian Festival! Food, fun and a great time for fellowship. This is a great opportunity to invite friends and families to learn about our Egyptian culture and food and our Church history.

With FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING, come and experience the many facets of the Egyptian culture; including authentic Egyptian cuisine, clothing and décor, ancient church history, and more!

~TASTE phenomenal Egyptian cuisine in Nefertiti’s Kitchen! Delicious Egyptian and Middle Eastern Cuisine — stuffed Grape Leaves, Shish Kabobs, Gyros, Kofta, Falafel, Baklava, and many more foods and pastries!

~LEARN about one of the oldest apostolic churches, its ancient faith, and Christian worship. Hourly tours of the church with slideshows and Q&A segments.

~PLAY in King Tut Kids Corner: Moonbounce, dunk tank, inflatable obstacle course, Hieroglyphics name printing, face painting, Henna Tattoos, and other fun games, activities, and prizes!

~King Tut’s Snack Station: Fried Oreos, cotton candy, ice cream, water ice, popcorn and more!

~SHOP from our very own Ramses Bazaar! From the bazaars of Cairo, Papyrus pictures, handicrafts, jewelry boxes, clothing, gifts, and other unique items.

~Saint Anthony’s Book Store: Icons, pictures, books and religious handicrafts made in Egypt


St. Anthony Coptic Orthodox Church:
267 Hartford rd., Medford, NJ 08055.

Friday Sept 22nd: 5-10 PM
Saturday Sept 23rd: 11 AM – 10 PM
Sunday Sept 24th: 12 PM – 5 PM

Feast of Nayrouz Year 1740

The peace and love of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ be with you all.

The Divine Liturgy for the Feast of Nayrouz will be Tuesday 9/12/23 at 8 AM.

Join us this evening (Monday 9/11/23) for the prayers of Vespers at 7 PM as we venerate the relics of the saints listed below and anoint them with the spices and get their blessing. 

St. George

St. Philopateer Mercurius

St. Simon the Tanner

St. Zaccheus

St. Abba Hor

May God bless the crown of the year with His goodness. May it be full of success and spiritual growth for us all.

Looking forward to seeing you all.

Happy New Year.

NOTE: There is no liturgy on Wednesday. 
Be safe in the Lord.

1st Year Memorial Liturgy for Dr Eva Ibrahim on Sunday 9/3/23

Please join us on Sunday September 3, 2023 as we remember Dr Eva Ibrahim in the first year memorial liturgy service starting at 8:00am.

She is the beloved wife of Dr. Gamil N. Soliman, Mother of Mr. Peter Soliman (husband of Mrs. Edrocees Soliman) and Mrs. Pauline Girgis (wife of Dr. Raymond M. Girgis). Grandmother of Gabriella, Hannah. Jeremy, and Benjamin, Sister of the late Mrs. Aida Abdel-Nour Ibrahim (wife of the late Mr. Maher Shehata), Aunt of Mr. Moshier Shehata (husband of Mrs. Sandra Shehata) and Dr. Christine Maher (wife of Dr. Ehab Fayck), and their children Chloe, Gianna, and Sandra.

Be safe in the Lord.

English as a Second Language Classes

There are the 3 ESL (English as a Second Language) courses offered at the Camden County College – Cherry Hill campus( (corner of Springdale and Route 70). They start on the 29th. 

Anyone interested must go in person so that they can the level of proficiency and make the appropriate placement.

Be safe in the Lord.