Second Annual St. Mary's Egyptian Festival - September 2 & 3, 2017


His Holiness
Pope Tawadros II
Welcome to
St. Mary & St. Mina Coptic Orthodox Church
Syracuse, NY
The Diocese of New York and New England.


Our roots go back to 58 A.D. when St. Mark the Evangelist came to establish the First Coptic Church in Alexandria.  About 2000 years later, we are honored to be part of the Syracuse Community


His Grace
Bishop David




Virgin Mary was born in Nazareth from Joachim and Anna. At the age of 3, she entered into the Temple. At 12 years old, she was given to the care of Joseph by Divine providence. Archangel Gabriel announced to her the Incarnation of the Lord



St. Mary and St. Mina Coptic Orthodox Church of the Greater Syracuse Area always strives to engage her members in activities aimed at getting us all closer to our Lord Jesus Christ and to one another.  To learn more about the church upcoming events and activities..




St. Mina, the Martyr and Wonder-Worker is one of the most well-known Coptic saints in the East and West due to the many miracles attributed to his prayers for us.  He was born of Christian parents who brought him up to be a devout Christian.




Adel Sadek was born on June 2, 1969 in Alexandria, Egypt. He is the son of Dr. Wadid Sadek and Mrs. Naglaa Sadek and he has an older sister Dr. Randa Antonius. In 2000, Dr. Adel and Marianne were married at St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church in Seattle, WA. In 2006, they were blessed with the birth of their daughter Maria Raphaella.


The First Coptic family that we know of arrived in Syracuse in 1968. God put in the hearts of those church-loving families the idea of starting a new church in CNY. In 1997, there was a meeting of the church members, with Michael Said presiding, where it was decided to incorporate the church.  Attending the meeting were Michael & Mona Said, Mootaz & Nahed Sorial, Adel & Sheiry Soliman, Zaher & Samia Bahouth, Roushdy Nakhla, Bahia El-Bayadi, and Ayman & Nahed Iskander.  Read more


Coptic means Egyptian.
The name of our land in our Egyptian Language is “KEMIT “meaning the “black soil” since this is the color of the Nile’s sediment that constitutes the fertile delta and valley of the river Nile.


Contact us:

St Mary & St Mina Coptic Orthodox Church

Address: 
106 Church Street, North Syracuse, NY 13212
Phone:
(315) 476-7303

You can write to us on ourMailing address :                                    106 Church Street
North Syracuse NY 13212

"In General, we celebrate the Liturgy and Holy Eucharist twice weekly:
Sundays from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM, followed by Aghapy and Sunday School
Tuesdays from 8:00 -10:30 AM
Please refer the the calender for up to date schedule"