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Christmas is upon us
The Armenian Church celebrates the holy birth (Sourp Dznount) of Jesus Christ on January 6. (we will have services January 10)
Tzez yev mes medz avedis (To you and us the good news)
Krisdos dzunav yev haydnetsav (Christ is born and revealed among us)
Orhnial eh haydnootiunun Krisdosee (Blessed is the revelation of Christ)
Progress on Church building
In addition we have completed the exterior painting (see below) which was badly needed along with repairs to missing and damaged siding. There is an incredible amount of maintenance for a 117 year old building.
St. Paul Armenian Apostolic Church
2015 Membership Dues Reminder
As we conclude this year, we are asking our members to complete their payments of 2015 annual dues. If you are receiving this it is because we do not have you registered as paid for your 2015 dues.
Membership dues are $150 for individual membership and $300 for family membership. A new individual member is only $50 and a new family membership is $100 (2 year welcoming rate.) In order to participate in our 2016 Parish Assembly and or be considered as a candidate for the Parish Council, membership dues for the year 2015 must be paid before the Annual Assembly.
As always, your time and talent is very much appreciated for participating in the functions and activities throughout the year and we look to the entire parish to share those talents to build a stronger more active church in the coming year.
December 22, 2015
Special video :
Orphans of the Genocide
Centennial of the Armenian Genocide
Please join us on April 23rd at The Onondaga Historical Association for the opening of With Open Arms: The Story of The Armenians in Syracuse
April 23, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
The exhibit will run from April 23 through
July 12, 2015.
The Onondaga Historical Association
321 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, New York, 13202
Billboard on Rt 690 W, Syracuse
New Web Page
The New Yorker Article