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Progress on Church building

As many of you know our church building suffered major damage in June when a vehicle crashed in to the front entrance and destroyed the entire entrance way. It has been a long process working with the insurance company and architect to rebuild a historically accurate plan. We are close to completing design plans for the entrance and an accessible ramp that will lead from the parking lot. It has been time consuming as we need to secure approval by the Syracuse Landmark Preservation Board which looks to ensure we maintain the historic integrity of the building before we can apply for building permits and review contractor estimates. We hope to work through this process through the winter and break ground in April 2016. We have installed temporary stairs so that we may continue operating. Your patience and support have been appreciated.

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.


Next Badarak
December 6, 2015

Special video viewing during fellowship:
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

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CNN Special - Armenia

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