The highly anticipated and popular High School Summer Conference took place July 11 – 17, with teenagers representing nine parishes across the Eastern and Western Dioceses in attendance. They arrived on campus ready to embrace their faith and discuss important
This summer, the annual High School Summer Conference was held virtually due to COVID-19. Shortened to five days and held online in the evenings from 7pm - 9:30pm, the program ran from July 13 -17 with 30 participants from the
Recently, the seminary embarked on a campaign to reconnect with summer conference alumni. We interviewed two alumni, Glenn and Margie Ajamian, who met at a Post High School session and later married. They attend St. Leon Armenian Church in Fair
From July 26 to August 4, the seminary welcomed students to the annual High School Summer Conference. This year, participants represented parishes in Washington, D.C., Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Florida, Rhode Island, Canada, Armenia and Jerusalem. The
Recently, the seminary embarked on a campaign to reconnect with summer conference alumni. We interviewed two alumni, Steve & Rena Megrdichian, who are members of the Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Armenian Church in Providence, RI. Find out how St. Nersess
Recently, the seminary embarked on a campaign to reconnect with summer conference alumni. We interviewed two alumni, Sara Andonian and her brother Paul Andonian, who are members of the St. John Armenian Church in Southfield, MI. Find out how St.
On July 27, High School Summer Conference B participants were fortunate to participate in and witness the seminary's chapel dome cross consecration by Abp. Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Eastern Diocese and President of the St. Nersess Board of Directors. During
by Florence AvakianNow, in its 11th year, an innovative pro-gram brings young Armenian students from Jerusalem’s Sts. Tarkmanchatz School to a summer program at St. Nersess Seminary, providing them with unique opportunities. For the first time, the number of students
In 1963, the tradition of hosting summer conferences for youth began at St. Nersess Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. When the seminary relocated to New Rochelle in 1978, the summer conferences continued to attract thousands of young people for 37 years.
BY FLORENCE AVAKIAN On the lovely grounds and in the serene atmosphere of St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, two bright and enthusiastic 16-year old students from the Sts. Tarkmanchatz School of Jerusalem’s Armenian Patriarchate took part in the annual summer conferences. “Our two