Events

From the left, Rev. Ezzat Shaker, Naim Gayed and Nabila Gayed during the Fundraising Event, October 2015!

Fundraising Dinner

 

Our Annual General Meeting/Fundraising Event was virtual due to COVID-19. For those who could not join us, hopefully we can share what expired during our zoom meeting through the link below. 

 

Rev. Ezzat Shaker explained that in Upper Egypt part of the pastors' salary comes from the weekly collections in his church. And, because churches have been closed for many months, pastors have been suffering a great deal financially. I am sure that many of us have suffered financially as well, but, if we can help in some small way, we should do that and trust our Lord who multiplied the loaves and the few fish, to multiply our gifts.

 

Watch Video Celebrating 50 Years of Ministry

  • Event Date: Saturday September 26, 2020
  • Event Time: 1:00 PM EST (Toronto and New York time) / 7:00 PM Egypt time 10:00 AM PST (West coast of North America)
  • Location: VIRTUAL
  • Speaker: Rev. Ezzat Shaker
  • Hymns Led By: Nassef Sobhy

Pictures From Last Fundraising Dinner - May 2019

Calendar of Wire Transfers

Because of a marked increase in our workload and to avoid many many questions, we have no set schedule for wiring funds during 2017. As soon as we accumulate a large amount, we will wire the funds. So, please send us any designated funds as soon as you can.

 

For Easter & Christmas, we should receive your donation very early as we wire these donations one month before their celebrations. In other words your designated donation should reach us 45 days before the celebrations such that we can try and get the best foreign exchange rate that we can get. Christmas in Egypt is on January 7, 2017 and Easter is on April 16, 2017.

Calendar of Events

January 2020 - Mailing out of income tax receipts in Canada

April 25, 2020 - Fundraising Dinner

September 26, 2020 - Annual General Business Meeting and Fundraising Dinner

Support Sent To Egypt

Towards Church Projects

70%
 

Towards Needy Families

50%
 

Towards Education

65%
 

Towards Health

95%
 

Towards Orphanages

30%