St. John Sunday School Commemorates Armenian Genocide

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Sunday April 26, following the Divine Liturgy, Sunday School Students presented a special program dedicated to the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide. For the past few months our dedicated Sunday School teachers and the students worked hard to prepare this special program.

The walls of The Paul Family Hall were decorated with the art project that students prepared, which included their family trees, the centennial emblem and maps. The students performed their recitations both in Armenian and English with emotion and confidence, and offered the dance performance under the direction of Carol Kazarian.  The parishioners showed their appreciation by giving a big round of applause.


Our Sunday School's fantastic program commemorating the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide. May God bless them all.Thank you to all the teachers, students, and parents that made this possible over the past few months.

Posted by Saint John Armenian Apostolic Church on Tuesday, April 28, 2015


These amazing students that are the fourth generation of the Genocide survivors expressed their commitment through poetry, dance and music, that they will always honor the Saints of the Genocide. It was an expression of their calling to be the future leaders of the Armenian Community.

St. John thanks all the teachers who worked diligently to make this event possible and all the parents who coordinated the Fellowship Hour.