We hope all our parishioners are doing well. Our prayers for those who have been affected with this virus and we pray for those who lost their loved ones. May God receive their souls in peace.
Current situation changed our life and each and every time it motivates us to take an appropriate action. We don’t know yet with what kind of surprises it will harden our life. Truly, these uncertain and vague conditions are interfering our lives.
We share your thoughts and anxiety you’ve been experiencing within this period. It’s important for all of us to stay in prayer which helps us to strengthen our spiritual life and to continue to be in communication with our Almighty God.
Also, as you may be aware, our homeland is currently facing many hardships. Current situation in Armenia shakes the lives of our kids, sisters and brothers which also bring an anxiety to all Armenians around the world.
Each and every person’s support can have a vital significance today for our people in Armenia.
With the guidance and instructions of our Diocese, we do our best to organize our church life the best way which will allow us to bring spiritual and physical benefits to our faithful people and community.
On Sunday, July 26, 2020 again we will conduct our Divine Liturgy outdoors at 10:30 am. Please wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines during church services.
May God preserve our kids, sisters and brothers and the all world. Let’s pray together:
Guard us, O Christ our God, under the shadow of Your holy and precious cross in peace. Deliver us from enemies visible and invisible. Make us worthy to give thanks to You and to glorify You with the Father and the Holy Spirit, now and always and forever and ever. Amen.
Rev. Fr. Zaven Markosyan