Welcome to The Church of St. John the Baptist Ma'adi 
 
St. John's will continue offering its service via Live Streaming as normal.
 
Please know how welcome you would be to join with us in worship,

this Friday, 7 August 2020, at 10 am morning ,

as we celebrate The Nineth Friday after Trinity,

via Facebook and the Internet.

The link to the service is here:

https://www.facebook.com/St-Johns-Church-Maadi-Cairo-Egypt-160881940666898/

The service sheet can be downloaded here: 

 

In the service sheet will be the words to the hymns which will be played, so that you might join us with the music and the prayers.

Bless you, and all of us, in this time of worldwide concern and uncertainty.

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A Virtual Coffee Hour will follow the service, beginning at 11:30 am Cairo Time.

If you would like to join us follow this link:

Join Zoom Meeting 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78302190857?pwd=YTJwSThtZ1k5RE52ZTNycC95VXdFUT09

A time of Prayer – for the world, and for one another…

Each Monday evening  at 7 pm you would be welcome to join in a time for prayer for the needs of this world, which sometimes seem to be so many as to be overwhelming. This will be offered via zoom. Do know how welcome you will be.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74498265972?

pwd=V09ZcEFIV3J3ZnZ5ZGtjZHc3OGVTdz09

Morning Prayer is said daily in the Church Sunday - Thursday 9 am.

30 minutes service of prayer and Bible reading. All most welcome.

Social distancing and measures in place to keep all safe

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Emergency Food Packages

If you or someone you know of from our St. John’s Congregational family are
in need during this difficult time of isolation and shut down please contact Fr.
Haynes (fr.hqhubbard@gmail.com), Pamela Doroh (stjohnscairo@gmail.com)
or Joyce Lee (sylee8869@yahoo.com). St. John’s is establishing a small
emergency foodbank, with packages for a limited number of people but which
can be given to those in need during this time. Do get in touch if you or another
is in need.

If you would like to support this outreach that would be a welcome
donation indeed. Please mark your offering as ‘Foodbank Offering’ and it

will go to that ministry. Thank you.

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St. John the Baptist Parish Website www.stjohnschurchmaadi.org is in need of some love and attention. If that is something you might have experience with would you please speak with Fr. Haynes or Pamela? Thank you!

Remember, with all your hearts, the words we have to cling to:

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being in him was life, and the life was the light of all people. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it. John 1:1-5

Since 1931, the Church of St. John the Baptist (a.k.a. St. John’s Church) has served the community of Ma'adi in southern Cairo, Egypt, as a place for worship and solace. The church is one of the oldest buildings in Ma'adi, and our international congregation welcomes all traditions.
 
Worship at St. John’s follows an Anglican/Episcopal tradition, which places focus on word and sacrament. Music plays an important role and a flexible and creative approach helps to meet the needs of a congregation from diverse backgrounds. We have a Church School (September-May) and there are activities and programs for youth and adults throughout the year.
 
As we gather for weekly worship and serve our community, our desire is to encounter together the living God, enabling us to live as God’s people in God’s world.  We believe newcomers will find St. John’s a very welcoming, encouraging, engaging, stimulating and supportive community!