Church Attendance Notice

Effective Wednesday, June 23, 2021, all mandatory COVID-19 restrictions were removed from Soorp Khatch Church.

There will be no closed pews, temperature checks, signing-in, mandatory social distancing, and mandatory mask wearing.

All affiliated organizations may resume scheduling meetings in-person and on-site.

We encourage all unvaccinated individuals, those under 12 years old, and those with underlying physical and medical conditions that complicate the effectiveness of a vaccination to continue wearing masks while on the church property.

Wearing a facial mask will remain optional while attending church services.

Our web streaming services will continue every Sunday at 10:30 AM EST. Click the icon below to access.

The Board of Trustees appreciates the compliance and patience of our parishioners during the pandemic.

“Towards Renewal”

“The Armenian Church cannot and should no longer ignore the imperatives of the changing times. It must not only react; it must become proactive. This is no longer a question of choice; it has become an urgent necessity. This is no longer an abstract or abstruse concept, but an issue of existential nature and scope.

The Church has the great task and urgent responsibility to re-Christianize our life. It must take Christian faith beyond its liturgical expressions and institutional confines. The Christian faith should become a living reality in the daily life of each Armenian. The Armenian Church must not become merely the custodian of the Christian faith; it must become the messenger of the Gospel of Christ.”

This is the challenge given to us from His Holiness Catholicos Aram I of the Great House of Cilicia.  We welcome you to join us in this journey towards renewal, as we work to make the Christian faith a living part of our daily lives.



We are all God’s children.

We welcome you to learn more, and become a part of our inclusive community, if you are not already a member.



We are more than just our church.

It is the individuals, organizations and community groups who help to drive our work in the name of Jesus Christ.



We are an inclusive community.

We view our strength as the dedication and involvement of our community members.



We are teachers and students.

We believe our strength and identity come from our faith, language, culture and history.


Featured Events

Manti Sale (Fundraiser)

January 1 - December 31

Sini Kofte Sale (Fundraiser)

January 1 - December 31

Choreg Bake Sale

January 17 - December 31

Knefeh Jebneh (Fundraiser )

March 15 - December 31

 “Accept with sweetness almighty Lord my bitter prayers.
Look with pity upon my mournful face.
Dispel, all-bestowing God, my shameful sadness.
Lift, merciful God, my unbearable burden.
For you are glorified by all creation, forever and ever. Amen.”

St. Gregory of Narek

“Do goodness and cast onto the waters; if fish don’t know, God will.
Life is a staircase, it will go both up and down.
If we say good things, we will hear good things in return.
The sword cut heals, the tongue cut doesn’t.”

Armenian Proverbs

“I should like to see any power of the world destroy this race, this small tribe of unimportant people, whose wars have all been fought and lost, whose structures have crumbled, literature is unread, music is unheard, and prayers are no more answered. Go ahead, destroy Armenia . See if you can do it. Send them into the desert without bread or water. Burn their homes and churches. Then see if they will not laugh, sing and pray again. For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a New Armenia”.

William Saroyan