The Armenian Apostolic Church has a long tradition of following the original Christian teachings.
Here you will be provided with further knowledge regarding the various feast days and observances of saints in the Armenian Church. Understanding these feasts will allow you to stay true to the teachings of the Armenian Church and pass down those traditions to your family for generations to come!
Please select an item below to get more information. It will be updated as we experience these significant days throughout the year.
- Eve of the Nativity & Theophany of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Also known as Armenian Christmas Eve (Khtoum)
- Feast of the Nativity & Theophany of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Also known as Armenian Christmas Day)
- St. Sarkis the Warrior
- St. Leontius The Priest and His Companions
Also known as Ghevontian Saints
- St. Vartan The Warrior And His Companions
- Poon Paregentan
- Great Lent (Medz Bahk)
- Presentation of the Lord to the Temple (Dyarnentarach)
- Forty Martyrs of Sebastia
- St. Gregory The Enlightener
- Palm Sunday (Dzaghgazart)
- Holy Week (Avak Shapat)
- Easter Sunday: Feast of the Holy Resurrection
- Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ
- Hripsimian and Kayanian Saints
- St. Etchmiadzin
- Transfiguration Of Our Lord (Aylagerbootiun – Vartavar)
- Assumption of the Holy Mother of God (Verapokhum – Soorp Asdvadzadzin)
- Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Khachverats)