Armenian Apostolic Church of Seattle

★★★★☆

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No one is "world class" so 4 stars is truthful! I have been involved in this church for 20 years. We have whithered many a storm, but finally, in 1999 we purchased a property. Today, with the support of our community, and with patience, perseverance and faith in God, we are getting ready to build. For now we meet at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church of Seattle, 111 NE 80th St., Seattle at 1:00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. The sermon is given in Armenian, with a short translation into Russian for the benefit of the elderly that came as refugees from Baku, Azerbaijan in the 1990's, who could only speak Russian. They came to the Armenian Church to reconnect with their roots; they could have just as easily attended the Russian church. God's word is universal and being able to communicate to them in Russian is a blessing our pastor can offer. Reverend Fr. Yeghia Isayan has been with us for 5 years, and is growing with our community. He has gained the love and respect of many of our parishoners, as he continues to spend time with them individually. He has become the Shepherd of the community and has performed weddings, baptisms and funerals, as well as provided counseling to those in need. I invite you to attend one of our services and feel the Holy Spirit during the unique and beautiful Holy Badarak. Please note that the address of the church is incorrecly listled by this site . The mailing address is PO Box 1266, Mercer Island, WA 98006. The services are held at St. Andrew's (see above) All inquiries can be addressed to Fr. Yeghia at 425-828-6030.Sonia Tanielian, Bellevue WA

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No one is "world class" so 4 stars is truthful! I have been involved in this church for 20 years. We have whithered many a storm, but finally, in 1999 we purchased a property. Today, with the support of our community, and with patience, perseverance and faith in God, we are getting ready to build. For now we meet at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church of Seattle, 111 NE 80th St., Seattle at 1:00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. The sermon is given in Armenian, with a short translation into Russian for the benefit of the elderly that came as refugees from Baku, Azerbaijan in the 1990's, who could only speak Russian. They came to the Armenian Church to reconnect with their roots; they could have just as easily attended the Russian church. God's word is universal and being able to communicate to them in Russian is a blessing our pastor can offer. Reverend Fr. Yeghia Isayan has been with us for 5 years, and is growing with our community. He has gained the love and respect of many of our parishoners, as he continues to spend time with them individually. He has become the Shepherd of the community and has performed weddings, baptisms and funerals, as well as provided counseling to those in need. I invite you to attend one of our services and feel the Holy Spirit during the unique and beautiful Holy Badarak. Please note that the address of the church is incorrecly listled by this site . The mailing address is PO Box 1266, Mercer Island, WA 98006. The services are held at St. Andrew's (see above) All inquiries can be addressed to Fr. Yeghia at 425-828-6030.Sonia Tanielian, Bellevue WA

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