Topic: Armenian Church

By Florence Avakian ARMONK, N.Y. — Sevag Boyadjian, 15, and Marina Gejekoushian, 17, two gifted students from Jerusalem’s Sts. Tarkmanchatz School, were chosen to participate in this year’s Summer High School Conference at St.[...]

WORCESTER — Four Armenian Churches in the Worcester area are coming together for the seventh year in a row to serve a higher purpose: helping Armenian refugees fleeing Syria in the wake of its destruction. On September 29, the four[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — David Dorian, Holy Trinity Men’s Union Chairman announced recently that the group will organize an event featuring Boston Celtics great Sam Jones on September 10. Everyone is welcome to attend this special evening,[...]

By Armen Terjimanian Twenty-two young adults from across the Eastern Diocese came together at Newark International Airport on June 5, 2018, to embark on a 10-day pilgrimage to the Holy Land as part of the Eastern Diocese’s Annual Young[...]

By Michael Zeytoonian Like thousands of others here in Massachusetts, around the country and the world, my life pauses this week to remember and honor the memory of Fr. Dajad Davidian, the pastor of my youth and longtime friend and mentor,[...]

NEW YORK — A written petition to request a special session of the assembly of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America was submitted on July 22 with enough Diocesan delegates’ signatures to meet the requirement of the[...]

WATERTOWN — Fr. Dajad Davidian, the former pastor of St. James Armenian Church, died on July 14. He was 84. He had served the church from 1969 to 1999 and was succeeded by Rev. Arakel Aljalian. Aljalian, speaking on Monday, July 16,[...]

By Cristela Guerra WATERTOWN (Boston Globe) — When celebrating Vartavar, there is no such thing as a no-splash zone. Everyone gets wet. That’s the point of this ancient and joyous Armenian custom: to get drenched and, in turn, drench[...]

In the aftermath of the Velvet Revolution, the last thing that Armenia needs is the continuation of further social disturbances. The popular uprising which brought Nikol Pashinyan to power is yet to offer its dividends to the public, which[...]

By Taleen Babayan Special to the Mirror-Spectator Among the maze-like streets of Bourdj Hammoud, where crossed wires hang on for dear life and the Armenian language swirls in the air exist buildings that evoke an integral part of Diasporan[...]