Armenian Christmas Celebrations in Florida 2022
All church services, including Armenian Christmas celebrations, are cancelled until further notice due to a COVID-19 outbreak at St. David Armenian Church.
Below is the schedule for St. Mary Armenian Church.
Due to Fr. Hovnan testing positive for Covid 19, the Christmas Eve Jrakalooyts Badarak scheduled for this Wed. Jan. 5th has been cancelled.
This coming Sunday January 9th, worship will be livestream only and fellowship postponed, due to an outbreak of Covid within our community.
Joining several other parishes in our Diocese, we will postpone the blessing of waters and special fellowship at least until next Sunday Jan 16th.
Please use this link to livestream the Sunday January 9th worship from St. Hagop.
We hope to see everyone back in person for Sunday, January 16th worship and fellowship. Please wear your mask when you do attend, or if you feel safer at home, join us via livestream!
With prayers for health and blessings in the New Year,
Fr. Hovnan and the St. Hagop Parish Council
P.S. Fr. Hovnan’s symptoms are not severe, with every hope for a quick recovery. He is triple vaccinated and was wearing his mask except when seated to eat and chat. We urge all to take necessary precautions for our common health.
This post was updated on January 6, 2022 at 10:00am.
Posted on January 2, 2022, in General Update and tagged Armenian, Armenian Christmas, Boca Raton, Christmas, Florida, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Soorp Haroutiun Armenian Church, St. David Armenian Church, St. Hagop Armenian Church, St. Mary Armenian Church, St. Petersburg, Tampa. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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