Topic: Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America

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.[...]

By Florence Avakian YEREVAN and BOCA RATON, Fla. — “I love doing everything with soil and gardening, and I cannot wait to graduate and go back to my village to work in the orchards,” says Aramayis. “I dream of becoming a singer or[...]

By Ruth Bedevian Her face lit up with overwhelming emotion as she cried out, “Oh, I really needed this coat, as she put aside the wrapping paper and tried on the navy-blue parka. It appeared to be an LL Bean or similar knock off,[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — “The voice of Gomidas is the undisguised heartbeat of the Armenian people.” Those are the words of one of the most ardent students of the beloved priest-musician, who preserved, shaped, and defined our[...]

NEW YORK — Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan held a public meeting for the New York Armenian community at the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America on September 24 while in town for the United Nations General[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — On Saturday, May 18, the Primate of the Eastern American Diocese, Bishop Daniel Findikyan, celebrated his first Episcopal Badarak in America before more than a thousand worshippers who filled every crevice[...]