Dear St Yeghiche Armenian Church Parishioners and Community Members:
St Yeghiche Armenian Church has been steadfast to bringing you the good word of our Lord during the past year through Live Streaming to avoid transmission of Covid 19 as per Government directives.
The church has been open and welcoming its faithful to communal prayers since March 2021 and we have been seeing a good number of our community members in UK coming to church to praise our Lord.
Taking into consideration the Government guidance, the positive effects of the vaccination campaign and the ongoing risk posed by COVID 19, the Parish Council have discussed and agreed to stop the Live Streaming from Sunday 3rd October and encourage members to attend the church where safety precaution are in place for your safety.
We will continue to enforce wearing of masks and recommend signing in at the entrance and following the safety measures posted throughout the building.
We look forward welcoming everyone to St Yeghiche Armenian Church.
St Yeghiche Armenian Church Parish Council
Pilgrimage to Italy on the Occasion of 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
Armenian Divine Liturgy will be online spanish homework offered at St Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City on Sunday 12th April 2015, under the deep speech topics auspices of His Holiness Pope Francis, for commemorating the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide.
Centennial Commemorations of the Armenian Genocide:
April 23, 1915—Sanctification of the Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide, Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenia.
Our Bishop Vahan Hovhanessian has been elected as the New Primate for the French Diocese – the election took place on 1st November 2014.
St Yeghiche Annual Parish Assembly
The Parish Council of the St Yeghiche Armenian Church, London, cordially invites its parishioners and the faithful to attend its annual Parish Assembly which will take place 1.30 pm on Sunday 23 November 2014. The Assembly will examine the Parish report and activities, discuss and approve its 2015 budget.
New Year and Christmas Service timetable
Sunday 28th December 2014 – Service will commence at 11 am
Sunday 4th January 2015 – Service will commence at 11 am
Monday 5th January 2015 – Scripture reading and Divine Liturgy Jerakaloutz will commence at 5.30 pm
Tuesday 6th January 2015 – Christmas Divine Liturgy will commence at 11 am