Armenian Apostolic Church of America


Armenian Apostolic Church of America
Armenian Apostolic Church of America is listed in the Churches Apostolic category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Armenian Apostolic Church of America which include a Facebook page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of Armenian Apostolic Church of America on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

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138 E 39th St
New York, NY 10016
(212) 689-7810
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In a rare moment of bipartisanship, Rep. Adam Schiff, a longtime ally of Armenians in the U.S. Congress, has proposed a bill with colleague across the aisle, Rep. Dave Trott, to recognize the Armenian Genocide. We hope their peers will come to their senses and join together to finally get recognition for our history.
Reps. Adam Schiff and Dave Trott are asking Congress to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide.

Today's "Armenian Language Corner" presents the topic of: Appetite versus mood Բարի ախորժակ (paree akhorjag). This is the phrase that may appear on your table, be it on napkins or, perhaps, table covers. By now, you probably know that it means “Bon appétit.” The word akhorjag is always linked to eating. For instance, if a nice power walk made you hungry, then you can say «Ախորժակս բացուեցաւ» (Akhorjagus patsvetsav). The literal translation would be “My appetite was opened,” but we do not say that. (The perils of literal translation are always present.) We usually say “it gave me an appetite.” You can use the word in a figurative way. For instance, if you have a friend with a powerful need to eat at all times, you can say that he or she has a “wolf’s appetite” (գայլի ախորժակ/kayli akhorjag). Or, for instance, if there is a president or an autocrat in any country with a huge appetite for power, then you can always say: «Ան իշխանութեան ախորժակ ունի» (An ishkhanootian akhorjag ooni). Outside eating, you simply cannot use akhorjag, unlike English. You cannot render the figurative expression “to whet your appetite” as ձեր ախորժակը բանալ (tser akhorjage panal). The word does not fit in there. There is another word we use: տրամադրութիւն (dramatrootioon). For instance, if a romantic comedy whetted your appetite for this genre of movies, you can say: «Սիրային շարժանկար դիտելու տրամադրութիւնս բացուեցաւ» (Sirayeen sharjanugar tideloo dramatrootioonus patsvetsav “My appetite for watching love movies has opened”). The word dramatrootioon literally means “mood.” Thus, you would say “I’m in the mood to go fishing,” namely, «Ձկնորսութեան երթալու տրամադրութիւն ունիմ» / Tsugnorsootian yertaloo dramatrootioon oonim. If you are not in the mood to study for your lesson, then the best choice is: «Այսօր տրամադրութիւն չունիմ դաս սորվելու» (Aysor dramatrootioon choonim tas sorveloo). “I am not in the mood to study.” We hope that the latter does not happen very often… To read more "Armenian Language Corner" log onto

Today is the Fifth Sunday of Great Lent - The Judge. In this week's #PrelacyReflectionSeries features Reverend Fr. Mesrob Lakissian of St. Illuminator's Armenian Apostolic Cathedral in New York, NY reflecting upon today's gospel reading from Luke 17:20-18:14. Der Mesrob delivers a message of inspiration, hope and justice that vividly speaks to Armenian Christians today.

Armenian Prelacy at Carnegie Hall.
You saw a sneak peek of them perform, well now it's time Meet The Artists! Watch Father Nareg Terterian have a quick chat with Karen Hakobyan, pianist and composer and Hayk Arsenyan about their backgrounds, musical upbringings, biggest influences and what's next in their exciting careers. Megerian Rugs & Megerian Rug Cleaners, Agavi Juice, and #FineArtDigital did a wonderful job creating this beautiful set! We hope you all enjoy getting to know these two artists who will be performing at the #34thMusicalArmenia alongside the extravagant Hasmik Vardanyan and Haik Kazazyan on March 31st, 2017! Call or (212) 689-7810 for tickets!

This is a real treat! #34thMusicalArmenia, Megerian Rugs & Megerian Rug Cleaners, Agavi Juice and #FineArtDigital come together to support two magnificent Pianists and composers Karen Hakobyan and Hayk Arsenyan. We hope you enjoy this as much as we did. In this video Karen Hakobyan, pianist and composer performs Virtuoso Etude by Kapustin, in front of a Megerian Rug from their Exclusive Lotto Collection. You can see these two performers along side Haik Kazazyan and Hasmik Vardanyan at the 34th Musical Armenia at Carnegie Hall on March 31st. Buy your tickets QUICK! by calling 212 689-7810 or going to