The St. Hagop Book Club meets to discuss fiction and non-fiction works intended to enrich our spiritual journey and create fellowship. All are welcome. Our first book will be “The Sunflower: On the possibilities & limits of forgiveness” by Simon Weisenthal. Those interested, read full flyer below, and talk to Fr. Hovnan for more information.
KEF TIME TAMPA BAY IS BACK-OCT 24 & 25 -SAVE THE DATE & RESERVE TIX!
Join us for dinner and dancing at the St. Pete Marriott Hotel on Fri. and Sat. Oct. 24 & 25 starting at 6PMeach night. Richard Hagopian’s Kef Time Band and Otis Velt return for an amazing 2 nights of dancing and music! For tickets & details, take a brochure from narthex or click photo to download. 10% discount for tickets purchased before Sept. 1. Special discount for current St. Hagop dues paid members. Contact David Kazarian firstname.lastname@example.org 727-692-3992 with question on tickets, ad book or sponsorship.
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Please click the image above to take a 2 minute survey to register your interest in a church trip to Armenia in the Summer of 2015. Our church has made two previous pilgrimages to Armenia in 2008 & 2011. Approximate cost of trip is $3000-$3200 per person-length of trip will be 12-14 days. Includes: Roundtrip airfare from Tampa; Double Occupancy at Western Owned Hotel; Daily Breakfast & Lunch; Full Sightseeing Tour of Armenia in English & Armenian; visits to children’s centers, non-profits & businesses.Share
Join us for the first ever “guided” Divine Liturgy at St. Hagop Armenian Church. Der Hayr will do our entire service as usual, but during the service, two “narrators” will interrupt the liturgy from time to time to explain in English what is happening and why. Come to church on time, 10:30 am sharp, to hear the important explanation to begin the service, and watch the priest vest before all in the chancel. Deepen your participation in the most important act of Christian life!Share
Our friends at USF Tampa library have created a new Armenian Studies Award, designed to support and advance research using the library’s Armenian Studies materials. Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students at the USF Tampa campus are eligible. Up to three award recipients will be selected annually. Check logo for more information and application. Application deadline 12-05-14.Share