From February 15-20, the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian traveled to Armenia for his annual trip to meet and interact with the dean of the Gevorkian Theological Seminary of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, the Very Rev. Fr. Garegin Hambardzumyan.
On February 4-5, Dn. Timothy Aznavourian, along with five students, were given the opportunity by the dean of Gevorkian Theological Seminary, the Very Rev. Fr. Garegin Hambardzumyan, to take part in a two-day conference commissioned by the World Council of
Seminarian Dn. Timothy Aznavourian has been studying at the Gevorkian Theological Seminary located at the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin since September 2018. We asked him to share his thoughts and impressions about studying and living in Armenia with his
On December 7-9, the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian traveled to Wisconsin and Illinois to meet with current and prospective donors in their homes and offices. He was accompanied by the Rev. Fr. Yeprem Kelegian, St. Nersess spiritual director and board
The Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian traveled to California last month as part of his regular semi-annual visits to the Western Diocese.He met with His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian, Primate of the Western Diocese and Vice President of the St. Nersess
On November 8, Fr. Dr. M. P. George, a professor of liturgical music at the Orthodox Theological Seminary at Kottayam in Kerala, India, visited St. Nersess along with alumni and current students of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary.Fr. M.P. George
Over the past few months, preparations to upgrade the technology at the seminary have been led by donor Berj Akian, who assembled a team of friends and supporters including, Hagop Belekdanian, Andre Farah, Saro Hartounian, and Gevik Khachatourian. Levon Altiparmakian,
St. Nersess Armenian Seminary began its fall semester on September 3. "We are happy to welcome back all our seminarians and two new students who will study for service in the Armenian Church," remarked the Rev. Fr. Mardiros Chevian, Dean. New
The annual seminarian orientation retreat, held September 7-9 at the Ararat Center, was an occasion for students and faculty to welcome in a new academic year. It is also when the dean lays out plans for the academic year and
The St. Nersess seminarians have been busy during the summer months with their studies or activities.Recent graduate Dn. Michael Sabounjian served on the faculty of the Deacons' Training Program while student Dn. Timothy Aznavourian served as the Assistant Director. Dn.