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Third Annual Veterans Dinner

Friday, November 22, 2013
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Saturday, November 16, St. John Paul Family Hall was decorated with American flags, and red, white and blue flowers in honor of our veterans. The third Annual Veterans dinner was a momentous occasion. Amongst the attendees that evening, 35 veterans attended the event with their families and friends. They were all recognized for their service.

Finding Common Ground

Thursday, November 14, 2013
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On Tuesday, October 1, in an inaugural lunch meeting, Bishop Michael Barber, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Oakland and Vicar General Fr. George Mockel met with two clergymen of the Armenian Church in the San Francisco Bay Area, Fr. Hovel Ohanyan, Pastor of St. Vartan Oakland, and Fr. Mesrop Ash, Pastor of St. John San Francisco. 

Weekly Armenian Language Classes Launched

Thursday, October 31, 2013
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When St. John Armenian Church of San Francisco announced that it would be launching a weekly Armenian Language class for adults at the beginning of October, the response was remarkable. On October 8, 2013, with over 30 registrants, free weekly Armenian classes began, providing Eastern Armenian instruction to students from teenagers to seniors and from a myriad of backgrounds.

Family Kef Night

Tuesday, July 30, 2013
On Saturday, July 20, 2013, St. John hosted the Summer Family Kef Night. It was a fun evening for the many faithful that attended, young and old. Children played ping-pong, foosball, and other games. Young singles and parents played cards and backgammon, and enjoyed conversation with one another.
 

Announcing James Martin Klijian Memorial Fund College Scholarship

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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St. John Armenian Church is proud to release the application for the James Martin Klijian Memorial Fund College Scholarship. This special scholarship was generously established by the Barkev and Beatrice Klijian Family in 1976 in loving memory of James Martin Klijian. Scholarships are available each year for the purpose of supporting the youth of St. John and encouraging participation youth activities.

Sunday School Culmination Celebrated

Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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Sunday, June 16, 2013 was the last day of the St. John Sunday School 2012-2013 Academic year. Over 25 students attended the church service and sang hymns of the Divine Liturgy with the choir and congregation. Fr. Mesrop Ash welcomed all the students, praised them for attending Sunday School, and gave a special sermon. Following the sermon Mrs. Paula Boghossian along with Fr. Mesrop gave special gifts to the students as a token of appreciation.

Honoring Mothers at St. John Armenian Church

Tuesday, May 14, 2013
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Once again on Sunday, May 12, the men of St. John Mr. and Ms. Club, prepared delicious breakfast for our mothers. It was a great family atmosphere, more than 20 families came to honor their mothers and celebrate this meaningful day with their family and friends.

The men prepared and served breakfast with joy and pride, and the guests enjoyed the breakfast with their loved ones.

Chorag and Simit Bakeoff!

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

The contest for Choreg and Simit organized by St. John Ladies Society, took place on Easter Sunday, March 31, during Fellowship Hour. 

Our judges: Angel Ailanjian, Sima Kouyoumdjian Kesecker and Amelia Surabian had a difficult task to choose from all the delicious entries. All entries were blind, and they had to rate each entry on taste, texture, moisture, overall appearance and "would you buy this product?"

The judges choices are as follows:

Great Lenten Meditation Services Begin

Friday, February 15, 2013
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With spiritual joy we announce that on Wednesday, February 13, the first Lenten Meditation or Hesgoom of the 2013 Great Lenten season was performed at St. John Armenian Church. With many faithful in attendance, Fr. Mesrop began the service by explaining that this year's vigils were being called meditations in order to remind us that Lent is a time for meditation, when we can focus our thoughts on God, and strip away unnecessary things. This is healthy, and spiritually rejuvenating.

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