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Friday August 7th, 6:00pm
"Assyrian Martyr Day" at St Mary's Parish

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Followed by a special ceremony at AAASC, North Hollywood at 8:00pm

 

Assyrian Community Commemorates Centennial of the Assyrian Genocide

 

Assyrian Genocide Centennial Memorial Service

Assyrian Genocide Centennial Memorial Service; organized by a team of individuals from different Assyrian churches and groups to commemorate the memory of Assyrian martyrs. An event to commemorate 100-year anniversary of the 1915 Genocide that killed 2/3s of the Assyrian nation

...Join us on August 4th @6:30 PM at Saint Mary's Parish, Assyrian Church of the East in Tarzana...
For more information visit http://assyriancentennial.org

https://m.facebook.com/assyriangenocide100LA?ref=m_notif¬if_t=like

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6Zrpf5SN6Cc

Hope to see you all at this historic commemoration event on Tuesday August 4th at St. Mary's Parish, Assyrian Church of the East.


 

Assyrian Community Commemorates Centennial of the Assyrian Genocide

Assyrian Community Commemorates Centennial of the Assyrian Genocide

Published on Aug 05, 2015 by Communications Department

Assyrian Community Commemorates Centennial of the Assyrian Genocide

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On August 4, 2015, the Diocesan Primate H.E. Archbishop Hovnan Derderian participated in an ecumenical service commemorating the Centennial of the Assyrian Genocide. His Eminence was accompanied by five Diocesan clergy including the Very Rev. Fr. Dajad Dz. V. Yardemian, Archpriest Fr. Hovsep Hagopian, Archpriest Fr. Shnork Demirjian, the Rev. Fr. Avedis Abovian and the Rev. Fr. Khajag Shahbazyan. Organized by the Assyrian Genocide Centennial Committee of Los Angeles, the service was held at St. Mary's Assyrian Church of the East and was presided by His Grace Mar Aprim Khamis, Bishop of the Western Diocese of the Assyrian Church of the East.

In his address to the congregation, the Primate said in part Assyrians, Armenians and Greeks all share a similar pain. We all need to honor the memory of our victims who for the sake of their ancestral Christian Faith and holy traditions have sacrificed their lives with the vision that their God-given lives have been similar to the life of the Son of God. Tonight’s prayer service is the reflection of our respect and compassion for the innocent lives of our ancestors, who were fallen for the sake of their Christian Faith. Very few survivors of the dark genocide remain and they pass on each day. However, their unconquerable spirit will live forever. We will continue to honor their memory, thus not only as a form of respect for their martyrdom but also as a clear message to all nations that the gift of life granted to us by God cannot be taken away forcibly or brutally."

 

Los Angeles City Councilman the Honorable Paul Krekorian was among the civic leaders in attendance. Councilman Krekorian delivered the keynote address wherein he stated the importance of the recognition of Genocide as means of preventing future crimes against humanity.

The moving Armenian liturgical hymn "Der Voghormia" (Lord Have Mercy) was sung by Anahit Nersisyan during the service.

The Very Rev. Fr. John Bakas, Dean of St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral performed a Greek liturgical hymn.

Every first week of August during Assyrian Memorial Day, Assyrians around the world honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice so that future generations may live. The year 2015 in particular marks a milestone in the fight for recognition of one of the worst genocides of the 20thcentury. It is both a historic and symbolic year for Assyrians, Armenians and Greeks as our people commemorate the 100th anniversary of the loss of millions by Ottoman Turkey.

This milestone year is a tribute to the astonishing effort and will of Assyrians living in Los Angeles, the United States and around the world, who as a result of their unshakable faith, resilience and valiant vision, rebuilt a nation and people that were nearly annihilated.

http://www.armenianchurchwd.com/news/assyrian-community-commemorates-centennial-of-the-assyrian-genocide/

 

 

Assyrian Genocide Centennial Memorial Service

Assyrian Genocide Centennial Memorial Service; organized by a team of individuals from different Assyrian churches and groups to commemorate the memory of Assyrian martyrs. An event to commemorate 100-year anniversary of the 1915 Genocide that killed 2/3s of the Assyrian nation

...Join us on August 4th @6:30 PM at Saint Mary's Parish, Assyrian Church of the East in Tarzana...
For more information visit http://assyriancentennial.org

https://m.facebook.com/assyriangenocide100LA?ref=m_notif¬if_t=like

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6Zrpf5SN6Cc

Hope to see you all at this historic commemoration event on Tuesday August 4th at St. Mary's Parish, Assyrian Church of the East.


 
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Wed Sep 02 @07:00PM -
Parish Adult Bible Study
Thu Sep 03 @07:30PM -
Parish Advanced Bible Study
Fri Sep 04 @07:00PM - 09:00PM
Friday School / Assyrian Men and Women for Christ Bible Study / Assyrian Class
Mon Sep 07 @08:30PM -
Parish Youth Bible Study
Tue Sep 08 @09:30PM - 11:00PM
St' Mary's Parish Live TV Program