- Education and training for introducing the basic information needed to join the service.
- Members serve in villages and slum areas inside Egypt to step out their comfort zone, and to be trained to deal with different cultures and other communities.
- Development courses will continue to teach the servants all the needed skills to accomplish their mission.
M1. Team Building
- Online research.
- Field exploration.
- Needs assessment.
M3. Building the Reputation
Through Missions to address the needs of the country discovered during the exploration period.
- Medical Missions: Outreaches – hospitals – screening students – awareness.
- Educational Missions: Universities – schools – educational centres – churches.
- Conferences: Youth conferences – churches – schools.
- Events: Easter – Christmas – Choir.
- Resident Servant
- Community Development
- Educational centre.
- Community Healthcare Workers.
- Vocational centre.
M5. Coptic Church
Coptic Priest: After having a resident servant for one year it is preferred to have a Coptic priest located in the country to proceed with the following tasks:
- Regular liturgy service.
- Spiritual Meetings.
- One to one service.
- Catechumens’ course.
- Discipleship for locals.
- Carry on with the community development activities.
M6. Growing Church
- Sustainable Service with liturgies held on a regular basis, Sunday School, home visitations, catechumens’ courses, servants’ preparation courses and selecting second line leaders and servants from the local community.
- Sustainable Project to sustain a financial income to run the church activities and help in addressing the needs of the served community.
- Exploration of new locations
M7. Empowered Church
- Local Priest.
- Evangelistic Church
- Moving-on after a complete hand-over of the church to local priests and local servants
- Follow-up of the empowered church while visiting, training, developing, and maintaining a strong connection with the mother Coptic Church.