The Armenian people and the Armenian Church have survived and thrived for more than 1,700 years. Our history tells our story of struggle and triumph and is much richer that the dark chapter of the Armenian Genocide that we are well known for. Our culture—our language, art, and faith—are precious to our community. Our many wonderful traditions continue to be handed down from parent to child. St. Hagop Armenian Church is a living embodiment of the rich Christian heritage of the Armenian people. Learn more about the people and events which make up this heritage below.
Join us at the Shahnasarian Hall on Tuesday April 24th at 7PM to view “They Shall Not Perish,” the story of the men and women who worked to save the Armenian people and other minorities in the wake of the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman government in Turkey. The film is one hour long.