On Friday evening, October 27, the seminary community including faculty members from St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, gathered for the inaugural lecture and reception for Dr. Ani Shahinian, the assistant professor of the Grace and Paul Shahinian Lectureship in Armenian
By Dn. Garen Hamamjian Last month, I represented St. Nersess Seminary at the 2023 Christian Unity Gathering in Nashville, TN, organized by the National Council of Churches (NCC). The event began on the evening of October 9 with a beautiful banquet
From June 23 to July 2, the Deacons' Training Program in Armonk, NY, welcomed 24 young men from the Eastern, Western, and Canadian Dioceses, including Karo Boyadzhyan from California, who will begin his Master of Divinity degree at St. Nersess
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary is proud to have an active alumni network of clergy and lay ministers who lead and serve the Armenian Church in North America, with love and humility. To honor that service, the seminary will highlight the vocations
His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian, Primate of the Western Diocese, welcomed four seminarians home at the diocesan headquarters, as they are back in California for the summer. Pictured (left to right) are Karo Boyadzhyan, who will begin classes at St.
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,
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.
On Friday, March 10, clergy, board members, faculty and staff, and seminarians remembered Haig Hagop Didizian with a Requiem Service in the St. Hagop Chapel. Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, dean, opened with Mr. Didizian’s impressive biography of philanthropic accomplishments throughout
On Wednesday, the Very Rev. Fr. Mesrop Parsamyan, Primate of the Eastern Diocese, made an overnight visit to St. Nersess Seminary. While there, he officiated at the Peace, Rest and Sunrise Services and shared meals with the community. Later in
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary invites clergy to join our seminarians during the upcoming St. Nersess Intensive Week, from March 20-24. Intensive Week has been held each semester for the past five years to give our students an opportunity to dive deeper