On the evening of March 26, the St. Nersess seminarians volunteered with the Emergency Shelter Partnership (ESP) in Northern Westchester County. Founded in 2004, the shelter can be described as a 'traveling shelter' which is run by ESP and is
For the first time, St. Nersess Seminary was invited to send representatives to the Christian Unity Gathering, the annual assembly of the National Council of Churches of Christ (NCC). Held November 8-10 in Silver Spring, MD, two seminarians – Dn.
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary began its fall semester on September 5. "We are happy to welcome back all our students and a new student who will study for service in the Armenian Church," remarked the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, Dean. New
Saturday, November 12 marked the long-awaited opening of the new campus of St. Nersess Seminary in Armonk, NY. His Holiness Karekin II, the Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, officiating over the ceremonies. He was assisted by Archbishop Khajag Barsamian,
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary accepted five new students for the fall semester. "We are happy to welcome five new students who will study for service in the Armenian Church," remarked the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, Dean. New student Dn. Albert Hambardzumyan
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
An integral part of a St. Nersess education is engaging with the Church on the local, regional, diocesan, and global levels. The Master of Divinity degree offered through St. Nersess and St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary includes opportunities for students
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary accepted four new students for the fall semester, including three full time and one part time student. "We are happy to welcome four new students who will study for service in the Armenian Church,” remarked the
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.
With the blessing of Archbishop Hovnan Derderian, Primate of the Western Diocese, Fr. Mardiros Chevian traveled to the Bay Area in northern California on March 13-15 to visit the parishes of that region. The visit was organized by Fr. Mesrop Ash of St. John