St. Thomas Armenian Church is indebted to its volunteers, in all capacities. It’s a community effort each year to put together the annual Bazaar, with deliciously prepared foods, items carefully displayed for sale, and much more behind the scenes! As a friendly reminder, we are still accepting goods for the white elephant sale, which is always a popular first stop for many visitors to the bazaar. We are also graciously accepting sponsorship for the Bazaar. Please see the attached flyers, and if you wish to sponsor, kindly follow the instructions to make your donation.
Easter Lily plants are on sale once again this year! Support St. Thomas Armenian Church by purchasing this beautiful perennial flowering plant for yourself or a loved one. Your donation of $15 per plant will support our beautiful church. Please call or text Jacklyn Baltaian at (917) 748-3723 to place your order today.
This year’s St. Thomas Armenian Church Bazaar will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016 – Sunday, October 23! Several parishioners volunteer their time and talents each year to make this highly anticipated event a success. You can support our beautiful church by sending a donation to help cover the annual bazaar expenses. Your gift will be greatly appreciated! You may donate by using the online form, just click on this article for the link.
“…I would like to extend my appreciation to all who have supported our 7th Annual Earth Day Project. We have collected $1,125. Our contribution to the Children of Armenia Fund will help them provide safe rooms that will offer psychological counseling and crisis management for affected children, parents, pregnant women, soldiers, families of missing soldiers, and other community members. I believe with this annual project, we are actually planting seeds, seeds of “OUR FUTURE” into our children’s hearts. I’m very proud how our school has became conscious about Earth Day project over the years and it is absolutely amazing to see how numbers are growing each year to support all different causes. If you haven’t had a chance and still wish to make a donation, please feel free to hand me over your check (COAF) or cash, at the last day of school or the day of hantes (Kirikian Armenian School graduation). …”
At the end of this past Sunday’s Badarak, embroideries donated for use on the altar table and those for use as headscarves were blessed. They were donated by an Anonymous donor and Mrs. Silva Torossian…