Sunday, 30 April 2017

Armenian Church News... Latest E-Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 12 29th April 2017

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["Armenian Diocese of the UK"]
Diocese of the Armenian Church of the United Kingdom and Ireland
Armenian Church News
Dear E-Newsletter subscriber, please find volume 3, issue 12 of the Armenian Church News of the Diocese via the link below.Some subscribers have reported that they have not been receiving our newsletters - firstly, please check your spam folders as sometimes emailing systems erroneously put emails in there. Also in Gmail accounts, check your "Promotions" tab and transfer the newsletter that may be in there into the "Primary" inbox. If someone still cannot find their newsletters, please forward this email on to them so that they can read these instructions.
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Divine Liturgy Marking the 102nd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
On Sunday, 23rd April, Divine liturgy was conducted at St. Yeghiche Armenian Church by His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan. The liturgy was attended by ecumenical guests among them Bishop David Hamid from the Church of England Diocese in Europe.
Armenian Genocide Events Held in London
On Sunday, 23rd April, a Commemorative Evening in memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide took place at the Saint Yeghiche Armenian Church in Kensington, London.
Armenian Genocide Events Held in London
On Monday, 24th April, the Armenian Youth Federation ‘Khanasor' Chapter organised a demonstration at the Turkish Embassy in London in commemoration of 102nd year since the start of the Armenian Genocide.
The Promise, 2017. 
The Promise came to the screens near you. A story that talks about the Armenian Genocide. Please check with your local cinema. 
Consecration of Church Objects in St. Yeghiche Church

On April 30th, in St. Yeghiche Church the Primate will bless and consecrate some liturgical objects donated by the faithful.
Liturgical objects are the ones used during the Divine Liturgy. All of them, the Chalice, Altar Cross, Holy Myron Dove and even the ordinary looking Holy Water Font used for blessing the water have special symbolic meaning. The material they are made of and images on them are not random, they are blessed in a specific way and can be used and touched by certain people only.
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