Topic: Armenian Church of America

TAPPAN, N.J. — On May 18, ore than 360 guests filled the grand ballroom of the Old Tappan Manor in New Jersey to honor two individuals who have supported St. Nersess Armenian Seminary: Archbishop Khajag Barsamian and Bishop Daniel[...]

LOS ANGELES — The significance and value of education was championed among dedicated philanthropists in the picturesque setting of the Mr. C Beverly Hills on Sunday, May 19, during the Donors’ Appreciation Dinner for the Archbishop[...]

By Harry Kezelian Special to the Mirror-Spectator MILWAUKEE, Wisc. — The youth convention in January, 1946 at which the Armeian Church Youth Organizaiton of America (ACYOA) was founded, was presided over by a clergyman born in Aintab,[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Once again, the Charles and Nevart Talanian Cultural Hall of Holy Trinity Armenian Church was transformed by its Armenian Church Youth Organization (ACYOA) Junior and Senior members, together with parent volunteers,[...]

BURLINGTON, Mass. — The 117th Assembly of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) was hosted by St. James Armenian Church of Watertown, with the general sessions on May 2-4 at the Boston Marriott at Burlington. There were[...]

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The St. Gregory of Narek parish of Cleveland Ohio for the second consecutive year held a painting workshop for children and adults. With the success of last year’s workshop The Art of Identity, the painting of[...]

WATERTOWN — St. James Armenian Apostolic Church of Watertown will welcome all of the Clergy and lay delegates of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church, as it hosts the 117th Diocesan Assembly and Clergy Conference from April 29 to[...]

NEW YORK — St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral will observe Holy Week, April 13 through 20, with a series of special services culminating in the Easter Sunday celebration on April 21. Holy Week is the sacred commemoration of the dramatic[...]

WATERTOWN — On Monday, May 6, St. James Armenian Church Men’s Club dinner meeting will take place at the St. James Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center. The speaker will be Dick Flavin, an American poet known as the poet[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — “It was one of the most moving, powerful, and emotional days of my whole life. When I left, I felt love. I didn’t know whether to cry or dance,” said the Eastern Diocesan Primate, the Very Rev. Daniel[...]