The Church of St. Maximos and St. Domadios
Chapel Family Jerusalem trip
From January 13 to 23, 2024
Staying at Madgala in Galilei (3 nights) and Grand Court (6nights) in Jerusalem.
The price is:
C$3027 (hotels, with Bkft and dinner, bus and guide)
Total C$4612 per person including Tax.
Please register your name, how many people will be coming and pay $100.00/each person. (This would be a non refundable deposit)
Check the church list of services and please sign up for a service you would liket to be involved in.
Weekly Bible study
Don’t let the blessed Lent pass by without implementing your own spiritual exercise! In bible study tonight we will continue our discussion of the Fruits of the Spirit, a chance to set a personal spiritual goal. Please join us online every Wednesday at 7:30 PM as we continue our discussion of Galatians.
2022 Tax receipt have been sent
Donation tax receipts for 2022 have either been e-mailed, or physically mailed out (if we don’t have your e-mail on file) to all congregants. If you have an issue, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Support your Church
Your contributions are needed for everything from special programs & services to basic operating expenses, and of course, our new building – all are deserving of your support.
For example, here’s how your tax deductible donation of $25 can help:
- Feeding hot meals and drinks for a homeless person 4 times a month
- Providing monthly services and meals for 1 senior person
- Helping in pick up, transportation, and delivery of used furniture to needy shelter people leaving the shelters to start a new life in their new homes
“Evangelism comes from the Greek words euaggelion — a good message, or gospel — and euaggelizo — to announce, declare, bring, or preach this good news. Notice the word “angel” tucked inside the word — an angel is a messenger. Those who practice evangelism are indeed delivering a message: One of extraordinarily good news, life-giving and transformative, with eternal ramifications. So, how can we evangelize to people we don’t know? The most important thing we can do is pray for them. Pray that God would change their hearts and open their eyes to the truth of the gospel (2 Corinthians 4:4). Pray that God would convince them of His love for them and their need for salvation through Jesus Christ (John 3:16). Pray for wisdom as to how to best minister to them (James 1:5).
We must be willing and bold in our actual sharing of the gospel. Proclaim the message of salvation through Jesus Christ to your friends and family (Romans 10:9–10). Always be prepared to speak of your faith (1 Peter 3:15), doing so with gentleness and respect. There is no substitute for personally sharing the gospel: “Faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ” (Romans 10:17).
In addition to praying and sharing our faith, we must also live godly Christian lives in front of our friends and family members so they can see the change God has made in us (1 Peter 3:1–2). Ultimately, we must leave the salvation of our loved ones up to God. It is God’s power and grace that saves people, not our efforts. The best we can do is pray for them, witness to them, and live the Christian life in front of them. It is God who gives the increase (1 Corinthians 3:6).
The Church of St. Maximos and St. Domadios exists as a mission church for spiritual awakening through a personal and growing relationship with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
We provide a place of worship for all people of all languages and backgrounds in being transformed through Jesus Christ’s love.
To evangelize and share the good news of the Holy Gospel through accepting, serving, and loving his people of every culture and walk of life in an ever changing and diverse Canadian culture. We strive to live out Gospel values and principles while observing the traditions and sacraments of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria.
We are blessed to be a blessing
Together in one body Christ Jesus our lord