It doesn’t happen very often, but in the course of one week, two graduates of the seminary, who were also classmates, each celebrated the consecration of a new church. “To witness the consecration of two churches one week apart, one in
On Saturday, May 21, St. Nersess Seminary will hold its annual graduation ceremony for its 2022 graduate, Dn. Adam Bullock, who will be earning his Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree from St. Nersess Seminary and St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary.
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.
On the evening of November 13, nearly 200 guests filled the grand ballroom of the Old Tappan Manor in New Jersey to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the seminary and honor twelve individuals who hold the distinct honor of being
Following the Board Meeting on November 13, Dean Shahinian, former St. Nersess Board member and longtime seminary supporter, enjoyed a ribbon cutting and blessing of the Recreation Complex, which he donated earlier this year. Bishop Daniel Findikyan, Fr. Mardiros Chevian,
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary will be celebrating its 60th Anniversary on November 13 at a special banquet which will honor the vocations of the first 12 priests who graduated from St. Nersess and St. Vladimir's Seminaries and were ordained. The celebratory
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