There are some important ancient artifacts in Sakha Church, the most important of which is the stone of the foot of Christ, which is a great blessing for everyone who visit the church and it performed many miracles in different eras. The artifacts includes also a column crown which was found while excavating the foundations of a house behind the newly built church during the time of His Holiness Pope Shenouda III. In addition to these, there is a basin in which the Virgin Mary used to knead flour and a small mill to grind grains in it. In the church, there are some icons drawn by the artist Anastas al-Qudsi in year 1884 AD approximately, a candlestick given by Ismail Pasha, the governor of Egypt, to the church in 1862 AD, the chair of Bishop Zacharias, Bishop Sakha in 725 AD, and a rare collection of handwritten manuscripts and Bibles. There is also a chalice dedicated for Communion, a tray and a candlestick made of silver, and a number of rare archaeological holdings dating back to the nineteenth century. Finally, the city of Sakha is famous for its pillar, on which St. Agathon Al-Amoudi stood for fifty years in the seventh century AD.