House of St. Abraam

For a long time, especially in the last few months, I have seen the tears of our Lord Jesus Christ on the faces of many families who recently came from Egypt. The circumstances of the Copts in Egypt are well known throughout history, but these days, the ridiculous inflation made most Egyptians under the poverty line. Regardless of how much Egyptian pounds these new families might bring to the US, it shocked them that their money is worth almost nothing in dollars. They need at least three to six months of arduous work, if they find any, to afford to rent an apartment and provide for their living. Where and how can they live and survive through such tough beginnings?

For this reason, at St Mark's Church, we pray to have a furnished condominium building, “House of St. Abraam,” to host some of these families simultaneously for at least 3 months. Until this happens, we are also looking for cheerful givers who generously sponsor a family or more for 3 months to pay for the rent, the furniture, and the accommodation, or at least help these families with their prayers and donation of any amount.
We cannot sit down idle while our Lord Jesus wanders through the streets, with His tears looking for the helping hands of His people. Our Lord Jesus Christ said, “Assuredly, I say to you, because you did it to one of the least of these, My brethren, you did it to Me.” And “Because you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to Me.” (Matthew 25:40, 45).
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Fr. Abraam Sleman


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