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Mission Armenia

St. Hagop has always had a mission to assist in the building up of our Armenian homeland and deepening our Christian fellowship with our ethnic kin. Over the years, we have carried out this mission by supporting several established programs, along with more direct and personal support through pilgrimages to Armenia and resulting partnerships. The goal of the Mission Armenia committee is to advise St. Hagop in a transition from anonymous aid to Armenia through well-established non-profits, to smaller projects with minimal overhead, direct beneficiary contact and potential for longer-term partnerships. Contact Yn. Anna Demerjian for more information.

Dr. George & Yn. Anna Armenia Outreach 2022

Thanks to St. Hagop’s “Mission Armenia” initiative and the support of our community, the Traveling Doctors of Armenia, headed by Dr. Armine Barkhudaryan, was able to treat hundreds of patients in remote villages in Armenia and Artsakh.  The first medical trip took place in early June, in 4 villages of the vulnerable Shushi region of…

Artsakh Relocation Project Partnership

In the midst of a global pandemic, our brothers and sisters in Artsakh faced war, death, and relocation. Now, thousands of Artsakh refugees are in need of food, toiletries, blankets, clothing, and more. Traditional nonprofits may not know where all the Artsakh refugee families are, and families might not know that there are services offered…

Armenia Trip-$4,000 Raised for Home!

Over the last months, St. Hagop raised $4,000 for our team to pass on to the family whose home they’ll help build in Vanadzor, Armenian on their June 15-30 trip.  Though our deadlines have passed, if you have interest in participating or supporting this or future building trips to Armenia, please contact trip leader Nicole…

St. Hagop Continues Its Mission of Support with AYO Donation

In St. Hagop Armenian Church’s continuing mission to share its many blessings with those in need in our community and the Armenian homeland, the Parish Council approved a donation of $2,500 to the Ayo! Program of Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR). AYO supports several local development projects which you can read about on their website…