Monday, 27 March 2017

Volume 3, Issue 7 25th March 2017 Armenian Church News

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Volume 3, Issue 7
25 March 2017
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Catholicos of All Armenians Sends Letter of Condolence to British Prime Minister
On 24th March, His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, sent a letter of condolence to Theresa May, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, for the casualties suffered during the terrorist attacks in London on 22nd March.
His Holiness expressed his condolences to the friendly people of the United Kingdom, the families and relatives of the victims, wishing a speedy recovery for the injured.

"We strongly condemn these terrorist and extremist acts, which have no justification and is a challenge to all nations and peoples. We are confident that the compassionate UK government will do all that it can to prevent such future crimes, providing your Godly people a peaceful, secure and tranquil life.
May the Heavenly Lord bless you and be supportive to the UK and your pious people”, reads the letter sent by His Holiness.
His Grace Hovakim Manukyan Sends Letter of Condolence to the Archibishop of Canterbury for the Attacks
Your Grace,
I join your prayers for the victims of the terror attack in Westminster and their families. The Armenian Church in Great Britain and our congregations stand in solidarity with the British people and the faithful of the Church of England.
We pray that the Holy Spirit may comfort the families who lost their loved ones and may grant speedy recovery to all those who have been affected by this crime physically and psychologically.
As an integral part of society, we uphold the democratic values of this great country and strongly condemn such attacks against humanity and our values.
We pray for peace and stability in the world and for God's many blessings for the people of the United Kingdom.
With a sorrowful heart and love in Christ
​Bishop Hovakim Manukyan
Inauguration at the Renovated Chapel of Resurrectiom in Jerusalem
Please click on the button below to watch the inauguratoin at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem
Inauguration Video
Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, May 2017
Please join us on our pilgrimage to the Holy Land, 2nd - 9th May 2017.  Details of the itinerary can be viewed by clicking on the image (left).
The cost is £1250 per person for a twin room, the single room supplement is £300. 
Flight details: BA167 2nd May from Heathrow at 16:45 arrives Tel Aviv 23:35
BA166 9th May from Tel Aviv at 07:45 arrives Heathrow 11:10
Link to further information
The Primate's Office
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Iverna Gardens
London W8 6TP
0208 127 8364
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