Graduation Day 2023
The 2023 St. Nersess Graduation served as a beautiful reminder of the seminary’s everyday mission – to educate future clergy and lay ministers of the Armenian Church of North America. On Saturday, May 20, clergy, board of directors, faculty, students,
Board of Directors Hold Fiscal and Academic Year-End Meeting
On May 20, prior to the graduation ceremony, the board of directors met in the St. Nersess Library for their fiscal and academic year-end meeting. The meeting was presided over by the Primate of the Eastern Diocese, the Very Rev.
Support our Spring Appeal
Each Spring, we ask you to remember and support the seminary with a donation to our Spring Appeal. Donations can be made here. Dear Friend, As the 2022-23 academic and fiscal years end in May, I write to thank you for your
CPR Class at the Seminary
On May 11, the St. Nersess students became certified in Heartsaver CPR/AED, which is for individuals with little or no medical training. Dn. Diran Jebejian, seminary board member and parishioner of St. Leon Armenian Church, Fair Lawn, NJ, taught the
Dean Presents at the Diocesan Assembly
On Saturday, May 6, Fr. Mardiros Chevian, dean, made a short presentation about St. Nersess Seminary to the 121st Diocesan Assembly of the Eastern Diocese held at the Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center, in Plano, TX, and hosted by
Save the Date
SAVE THE DATE ! 12 VOCATIONS BROADENING THE CALL THE ONGOING PROMISE OF ST. NERSESS SEMINARY Join us on the evening of SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, to celebrate the vocations of the next 12 priests and lay ministers who studied at St. Nersess and St.
Click Here to RSVP On Saturday, May 20, the seminary will hold its annual graduation ceremony for its 2023 graduate, Dn. Serop Krajekian, who has successfully completed his program of studies at St. Nersess Seminary. The Very Rev. Fr. Mesrop Parsamyan,
A Pilgrimage to the Seminary
On Sunday morning, April 30, thirty members of the Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection (ACHR), New Britain, CT, traveled to St. Nersess Seminary. They were led by their pastor, the Rev. Fr. Haroutiun Sabounjian, a 2018 seminary graduate, who