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Verse of the day

The Lord will vindicate me; your love, Lord, endures forever— do not abandon the works of your hands.

Daily Proverb

"Good sense makes a man restrain his anger, and it is his glory to overlook a transgression or an offense."

—Proverbs 19:11 (amp)

Church Occasion

  • Friday: End of Lent - followed by the holy week

Protect Your Child

According to the University of Michigan Health System’s study in 2010, children spend about 28 hours per week (four hours a day) watching television. Many households “usually” have the TV on, even during meals. Children often have televisions in their own bedrooms, and as they get older there are fewer and fewer rules about what they can and cannot watch. Television is traditionally thought of as the anti-education tool: after all, children mindlessly absorb television content and spend less time reading, doing homework, or interacting with others.

As the Coptic Orthodox church is very concerned about the future of our kids and the information they grasp while watching TV, CYC started a new TV service to protect children from bad information and build the right concepts in their brain.

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First English Coptic Christian Channel

Christian Youth Channel - CYC aka Coptic Youth Channel, is a free-to-air English Coptic Orthodox Channel. CYC is the first English Coptic Christian channel and the third Coptic Orthodox channel launched after Aghapy and CTV but dedicated to Christian youth all around the world to spread teachings and love of Jesus Christ .

The Channel is run by non-profit organizations, and production centers around the world. It was launched on November 2009 by a Coptic Monk from St. Anthony Monastery- Red sea, Father Bishoy El-antony, under the auspices of His Grace Bishop Morcos; Bishop of the Shobra El-Khema diocese, where its headquarter .

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Huge Variety of Programs

CYC is pleased to present huge variety of programs that cover the needs of all ages of Coptic Christians English speakers.

CYC has programs that is adequate for kids, youth and adults. Presenting Documentary, bible study, kids, sermons, spiritual, entertainment, Coptic faith, counseling, scientific, talk shows and youth programs.

Today's Programs

April 19, 2019
  • 4:00 pmSuper Book
  • 4:30 pmSong
  • 4:35 pmOnce Upon The Time
  • 4:45 pmVeggie tales Cartoon 3D
  • 5:30 pm365
  • 5:35 pmDaily Readings
  • 5:45 pmSongs
  • 6:00 pmSet Free
  • 6:20 pmHymns
  • 6:30 pmFaithbook
  • 6:50 pmHymns
  • 7:00 pmCYC News
  • 7:20 pmPositive Relationship
  • 7:35 pmAtheism and Universe
  • 8:00 pmSong
  • 8:05 pmLate HH Pope Shenouda's Sermon
  • 8:35 pmHymns
  • 8:45 pmHistory of the Church
  • 9:10 pmHymns
  • 9:15 pmGrapevine
  • 9:50 pmHymns
  • 10:00 pmAsk, Seek, Knock Live
  • 11:00 pmTuned In
  • 11:30 pmFAQ Bishop Youssef

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Help Us Continue Serving

Your Support is crucial to sustain our service. Every penny you don't help us continue our service and help you protect your children by providing them a 24/7 Christian education/entertainment tool