St. Gregory of Narek Sunday School Honors Graduates

Yn. Naira Azatyan-Sargsyan presided over a heartfelt ceremony on May 26 to honor the dedicated Sunday School graduates: Ellena Baghdasaryan, Rouzanna Gaboyan, Khoren Gevorgyan, Arman Edilyan, Anri Edilyan, Marianna Klekchyan, Ani Manukyan, and Tatev Sargsyan. The presentation of graduation diplomas marked the culmination of over a decade of their formal Christian...

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Mother’s Day Celebration at St. Gregory! 

Last Sunday, our community came together for a beautiful Mother’s Day Celebration. Following the church services, we offered a special prayer and blessing for all the mothers, and enjoyed a fellowship to honor these wonderful women. Hosted by Dn. Murad and Dr. Vahag, the event was filled with smiles, gratitude,...

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Save The Date & Spread the Word

Save the date, spread the word, and join us for a weekend filled with culture, cuisine, and community fellowship at the Cleveland Armenian Festival!. The dates are: Friday, September 20th from 4-9PM, and Saturday, September 21st, from 12 noon – 9PM at: St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church 678 Richmond Road Richmond Heights, Ohio. ...

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Sisterhood Pickleball Outing

The Sisterhood organized their first Pickleball games. The ladies were thankful to Cheryl for organizing this fun day and to both Cheryl Arslanian and Lisa Richardson for helping us learn the rules of the game! The ladies had fun while enjoying the beautiful weather and fellowship! Look for an upcoming...

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Columbus Mission Parish Welcomes Primate

On Saturday, April 13, as part of his visit to the faithful in Ohio, Diocesan Primate Bishop Mesrop Parsamyan visited the Armenian Church of Columbus mission parish. There, he met with the community along with visiting pastor Fr. Hratch Sargsyan. Parishioners welcomed their bishop with a spirit-filled service and a...

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Sunday Celebration and Ordination 

 The 60th anniversary celebration continued on Sunday, with a festive Divine Liturgy celebrated by the Primate. A special highlight was the ordination of three young boys—Tigran Baghdasaryan, Davit Klekchyan, and Khoren Gevorgyan—as acolytes; and Andreh Avitsian as a subdeacon. Following the service, parishioners gathered for a fellowship hour hosted by...

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