St. Sarkis Armenian Orthodox Church wishes everyone a blessed and joyous Christmas! May the star which led the Magi to Christ also lead you in the coming year! Schedule of Church Services for Nativity and Epiphany of Christ: Thursday, January 5, 2017 – Christmas Eve: Reading of the Prophets – […]
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One of the highlights of the cultural calendar of Dallas is the annual ArmeniaFest. It is a celebration of colors, food, dance, music, spirituality, and rich history of one of the oldest nations of the world. The Armenian desk of The Dallas Telegraph newspaper has covered the event for several […]
(Dallas, Texas) The students of the Dallas-based St. Sarkis Armenian Church school thrilled the whole community not long ago when they had their year-end Hantes Program at the Kechejian Hall of the church. A zillion children wearing the commemorative Genocide purple t-shirts were everywhere, much to the delight of their […]
Congrats to the St. Sarkis Armenian School on winning Armenian Jeopardy! They competed in New York against schools from throughout the Diocese.
St. Seraphim parishioners celebrate 20th Anniversary of Father John’s Ministry St. Seraphim Orthodox Church is a center of Orthodox spirituality, culture, and friendly fellowship in North Texas. Some people drive to the Church from Tyler, Waxahachie, even Wichita Falls. Now, for two decades the person who greets parishioners with a […]
By Serge Taran A true jewel of International Dallas is ArmeniaFest – Armenian Cultural and Food Festival. Thousands and thousands of people come each year to St. Sarkis Armenian Orthodox Church to enjoy the true spirit of Armenia, the finest in food, music, dance, fun, fellowship and faith. Raffi Gostanian, […]
Raffi Gostanian, Chairman of ArmeniaFest Committee of St. Sarkis Armenian Church speaks to The Dallas Telegraph about 2014 Armenian Culture and Food Festival in Dallas. Text and photo by Serge Taran Raffi Gostanian, Chairman of ArmeniaFest Committee of St. Sarkis Armenian Church speaks to The Dallas Telegraph about 2014 Armenian […]
“The best way to make other people know you is to show and share your culture” – Aram Khachaturian For centuries, our culture has been preserved as each generation proudly passes on our longstanding traditions while contributing a fresh and new perspective of their own. A big part of ArmeniaFest […]
[Dallas, Texas] On the second weekend of October, the parishioners of St. Sarkis Armenian Church of Dallas-Fort Worth organize an annual cultural and food festival in Carrollton and put together a program of folk dances and songs, children’s craft stations and games, special exhibits, church tours, delicious offerings of food, and […]
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По различным данным в Северном Техасе проживает около 10-20 тысяч армян. Многие выхоцы из стран бывшего Совесткого Союза, говорят на руском языке и читают нашу газету. The Dallas Telegraph частый гость в армянскоий коммюнити, мы не раз пиcали об этом cплоченном народе. Сегодня мы побывали в цекви St Sarkis Armenian […]
A Real Khachkar (Cross-Stone) Was Made In Armenia From Pink Tuff In 2007, the family of then-17 year old Davit Mouradian was devastated by the loss of their son. The idea of building Davit’s Memorial was born, and various projects were set for implementation simultaneously. Building of a new shrine […]