On Saturday, December 17, the seminary concluded its Fall semester with a celebration of the Holy Badarak in the St. Hagop Chapel. The Very Rev. Fr. Harutyun Damadyan, who is from the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople and has been residing
Every day, with prayer and renewed commitment, we carry out our mission of preparing the next generation of priests and lay ministers through classroom instruction, spiritual direction, worship services, and hands-on training. The education our students receive at St. Nersess
Sixty years of vision, commitment, new ideas, hard work, enthusiasm, prayers, and an abiding faith.Sixty years of leadership, instruction, worship, and formation of seminarians.Sixty years producing 50+ graduates serving the Armenian Church as bishops, priests, deacons and lay ministers here
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.
Dear Friend,In this season of gratitude, we are reminded of your commitment to St. Nersess and your support of our education. We pray you will have a blessed New Year and a joyous Theophany - the celebration of God’s revelation
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
For the first time in many years, the Winter Conference returned to St. Nersess over the Armenian Christmas long weekend, January 2 - 6, in Armonk, NY. Geared towards young adults who are of college age, 18 - 25 years