Topic: Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America

CHELTENHAM, Penn. — The 50th ordination anniversary of a distinguished clergyman and longtime leader of the Armenian Church was marked with a special tribute in October. Archbishop Vicken Aykazian, the Diocesan Legate and Ecumenical[...]

WATERTOWN —  The ARF of Boston, in collaboration with the Armenian churches of Eastern Massachusetts, is hosting a commemorative event on the first anniversary of the atrocities committed against 150,000 inhabitants of Artsakh (Nagorno[...]

By Harry Mazadoorian and Chris Zakian NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — On the weekend of June 4-5, the Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection in New Britain, CT, and the entire Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, witnessed the holy[...]

NEW YORK — On Saturday, September 12, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America broke new ground by holding a “virtual” Diocesan Assembly. It was the first time in the organization’s history that the annual gathering[...]

NEW YORK — Bishop Daniel Findikyan, Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, was elected by unanimous vote to the board of directors of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, the New York-based humanitarian[...]

NEW YORK — The adverse financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are rippling through the world, and Armenian institutions are not exempt. The Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America is perhaps the first major Armenian[...]

NEW YORK – The Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. It appears to be the first of the major institutions of the Armenian-American community to implement temporary furloughs of[...]

NEW YORK — Ordinarily, Holy Week signals the end of the Lenten period of separation, and a return to the full life of the church. The coming Holy Week will be unlike any other, with faithful Armenians physically isolated, but[...]

NEW YORK — In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, and in light of current concerns regarding New York City, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America announced earlier this month that the Diocesan Center has been closed to[...]

ATLANTA — After a long hiatus, the Armenian Church Youth Organization of America (ACYOA) Mission Trip was revived over the weekend of February 7-9, offering a faith-based service trip to young adults across the Eastern Diocese.[...]