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Why Do Armenians Celebrate Christmas on January 6th?

by Hratch Tchilingirian “Armenian Christmas,” as it is popularly called, is a culmination of celebrations of events related to Christ’s Incarnation. Theophany or Epiphany (or Astvadz-a-haytnootyoon in Armenian) means “revelation of God,” which is the

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NEW YEAR & CHRISTMAS SERVICE’S TIME TABLE

Due to COVID-19 related restrictions and the devastating events that have unfolded in our homeland, this year our new year and Christmas events will be limited only to the Church services, which will also be

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The precarious existence of Christians in Turkey today

‘Challenges facing Christian communities in Turkey’ was the topic of a lecture by Dr. Hratch Tchilingirian (Oxford), hosted by Robert Reilly, director of the Westminster Institute, a national security think tank based in Virginia (USA),

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Historical church services held in Artsakh

HG Bishop Hovakim Manukyan, Primate of the Armenian Church of the United Kingdom, led a group of international journalists, diaspora Armenians, local clergy and members of Tufenkian Foundation to Artsakh and conducted a moving and

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Remembrance Day

The 22nd November will be a date that Armenians will remember for the rest of their lives. The day commemorates the heroes and martyrs who lost their lives to protect our land and people. On the

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Armenian Flags Fly at Westminster

On 4th November 2020, the last day before the second nationwide lockdown, the Armenian community in Great Britain held a peaceful demonstration at Parliament square to rally against the UK Parliament’s and British government’s passive

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Help Armenia & Artsakh Fundraising Campaign

Yesterday, His Grace Bishop Hovakim Manukyan met with the Clergy and chairs/vice-chairs of parishes and mission parishes here in the UK and Ireland. His Grace was pleased to inform the meeting that the Humanitarian and