Saturday, 2 September 2017

Armenian Church News... Volume 3, Issue 21 Diocese of the Armenian Church of the United Kingdom and Ireland 

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Dear E-Newsletter subscriber, please find volume 3, issue 21 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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Volume 3, Issue 21
31st August 2017
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The Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross
The Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (the Feast of Khachveratz) is the last one of the five cardinal feasts or Daghavars.
It commemorates the emancipation of the Cross of Christ from Persia and elevation of it on Calvary in Jerusalem.
This year's feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross takes place Sunday, 17th of September. Please see the Upcoming Events section of the newsletter for more details.
Birthday Anniversary of His Holiness KAREKIN II
On August 21st, His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan has sent a letter to His Holiness KAREKIN II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians to congratulate him on His 66th birthday on behalf of the faithful of the diocese of the Armenian Church in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Gospel of Sunday, August 27th
Mark 4:35-40
Jesus Calms the Storm
39. He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be still!” Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.
Baptism in the Armenian Church
What is Baptism? Simply put, baptism is our death, burial, and resurrection in union with Jesus Christ. It is a rite of passage, given by Christ to the Church as an entrance into the Kingdom of God and eternal life.
Pilgrimage to Armenia
This year's 8-day pilgrimage to Armenia will take place 25th Sept-2nd October. Details are in the newsletter.
More Info
Easter Pilgrimage to Jerusalem
The Primate's Office
c/o The Armenian Vicarage
Iverna Gardens
London W8 6TP
0208 127 8364
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