Last Friday, some members of the St. Vartan Cathedral Avaks, together with Fr. Davit Karamyan, Cathedral Vicar, traveled to the seminary to spend time on the campus. The group first gathered in the seminary chapel to worship together with the
On Saturday, December 11, the seminary concluded its fall semester with a celebration of Holy Badarak. Fr. Haroutiun Sabounjian, a 2018 seminary graduate and pastor of the Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection, New Britain, CT, was the guest celebrant. Fr.
The fall semester has begun at St. Nersess Armenian Seminary. "We are happy to welcome back our new and returning students for the fall semester," announced the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, Dean. While all the students are engaged in coursework during
The seminarians began their Spring semester on January 11. Last week, they practiced their nushkhark making skills with Fr. Daniel Karadjian, instructor of Practical Liturgics and pastor of St. Stepanos Armenian Church, Long Branch, NJ. On January 13, Bishop Daniel Findikyan
On Saturday, December 12, the seminary concluded its Fall semester with a celebration of Badarak on the Feast of St. James of Nisibis (St. Hagop). Fr. Hakob Gevorgyan, pastor of Holy Trinity Armenian Church in Cheltenham, PA, was the guest celebrant and
Dear St. Nersess Supporter, In normal times, we would have mailed our annual Fall Appeal asking you to help fund the education of our students - future priests and non-ordained leaders - and support our educational goals for the 2020-21
The seminary held its annual orientation retreat on September 11-13 on campus with proper "distancing". However, the sense of spiritual and brotherly/sisterly closeness permeated. One of the topics was, "What is your brand, your rule of life?" During the discussion,
On April 6, all faculty members of St. Nersess Armenian Seminary held their monthly meeting through an online video platform. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, dean, and Dr. Roberta Ervine participated in the meeting onsite.The instructors discussed how they have continued to
During this surreal time, our academic program remains fully active and classes remain in session. Although our students are not physically present on campus, they are taking their classes and instruction remotely at St. Nersess and St. Vladimir's Seminaries. Both
The St. Nersess seminarians have been busy during the summer months with their studies or activities.Recent graduate Dn. Michael Sabounjian served on the faculty of the Deacons' Training Program while student Dn. Timothy Aznavourian served as the Assistant Director. Dn.