Visitation MINISTRY

Pastoral Care

If you or someone you know is homebound and would like to have a pastoral visit & receive Holy Communion, we ask that you PLEASE notify Der Hayr personally, or through the Church Office:

Email: or phone (508) 756-2931
Der Tadeos: or 508-756-7393

Hospital Visitations

If someone you know is hospitalized, in a Nursing Home or at home, we ask that you PLEASE notify Der Hayr, personally, or through the Church Office:


Email: or phone (508) 756-2931
Der Tadeos: or 508-756-7393




Welcome to the Sunday School of Armenian Church of Our Saviour. We help our children strengthen their connection with Christ and grow their faith in God as they continue their journey in life.

TODDLERS MINISTRY: We will also have toddlers ministry and program every Sunday morning at our Church hall starting September 17th. All kids up to age 5 are welcome. 

EVERY SUNDAY the students will join Soorp Badarak to receive Holy Communion then will resume back to their Sunday School activities. 

 SERVING ON THE ALTAR & CHOIR: students who would like to serve on the Altar & the choir are welcome to alternate between the Sunday School and serving during Badarak. They may attend Sunday School one Sunday and serve at Church the following Sunday. 
FAMILY SUNDAYS: This year our calendar will consist of FAMILY SUNDAY on the first Sunday of every month where our children besides various activities will have a  very special children’s sermon given specifically to them by Der Tadeos. We encourage all the parents to attend the family Sunday with their children. 

OUTREACH SUNDAYS; The fourth Sunday of each month there will be an Outreach Sunday ministry at Our Saviour where we will perform community services for a local community. Our children will participate and serve with our community. More to come on this. 

This year promises an increase in crafts, learning about our Armenian culture and incorporating a lot of fun in our program. Every room will have a Smart TV for the teachers to use to incorporate programs into their lessons.  We want your/our children to grow their faith in GOD.

Finally, All Children in Our Local Community are WELCOME TO ATTEND.
For More Information, please contact Barry Bilzerian at 508-450-2950
Thank you and God Bless You.

Andrea Surabian, Gina Surabian-Heck, Michael Mamishian, Barry Bilzerian and
Der Tadeos Barseghyan, Pastor.


St. Vartan Camp 2022

Ages 8-15. CIT’s 16-17, Staff 18+

 Staff Training: Wednesday, June 29 to Saturday, July 2
 Session A: Sunday, July 3 to Saturday, July 16
 Session B: Sunday, July 17 to Saturday, July 30
 Session C: Sunday, July 31 to Saturday, August 13

 Registration for St. Vartan Camp is now open.
 Visit the Camp’s website for further details, photos and more:

St. Nersess Seminary Summer Programs

Ages 13 – adult
Phone: (914) 273-0200

Yn. Diane Chevian Youth Choir Workshop

Ages 13-18
Thursday, July 7 – Sunday, July 10
Director: Fr. Haroutiun Sabounjian

The Yn. Diane Chevian Memorial Youth Choir Workshop has been established in memory of Yn. Diane and her love of liturgical music. The four-day workshop is free of charge for students ages 13-18 (and our Church will cover travel expenses). No choral experience is required. If anyone is interested in attending, please notify Jay Kapur through the Church Office.

This inaugural workshop will be the first part of a two-year curriculum. Throughout the workshop, Fr. Mamigon Kiledjian and Louise Yardumian will work to teach participants the Yegmalian Divine Liturgyin 4-part harmony. Special lectures will be offered to explain the meaning of these sacred hymns. Participants will have the opportunity to build relationships with choir members from across the Eastern Diocese and will have access to regular one-on-one virtual training sessions following the workshop with Fr. Mamigon to reinforce their learning and progress in their musicianship.

Visit the St. Nersess Seminary’s website for further details:

Deacons’ Training Program

Ages 14+
Friday, June 24- Sunday, July 3
Directors: Dn. Ari Terjanian and Dn. Alex

All altar servers, ages 14+, are invited to learn how to participate in the liturgical services of the Armenian Church. Through practical workshops and interactive classes, a team of seminary faculty, priests, deacons, and other specialists will teach participants the deacons’ chants of the Divine Liturgy and other services. Students who complete the program return to their home parishes with polished liturgical skills, a deeper understanding of the church’s worship services, a stronger faith, and a strong network. Beginners with little or no previous experience focus on the deacons’ chants and rituals of the Divine Liturgy, while advanced students concentrate on learning additional church services.

Visit the St. Nersess Seminary’s website for further details:

High School Summer Conference

Monday, July 11 – Sunday, July 17, 2022
Directors: Dn. Armen and Emily Terjimanian

Our popular high school conference has attracted thousands of students to explore their faith and the heritage of the Armenian Church. Participants learn the fundamentals of the Armenian Church’s faith and traditions from clergy and lay leaders while engaging in discussions about issues and topics important to young people. This conference makes daily worship, bible study, and Armenian language instruction appealing and inspiring. In addition, sports and recreation, outings, and other activities add to a well-rounded experience where students make deep, lasting friendships and discover their place in the Armenian Church.

Visit the St. Nersess Seminary’s website for further details:

ACYOA Programs

Ages 18 and up
Phone: (212) 686-0710

ACYOA Seniors Armenia Service Program (ASP)

Applications Now Open For 2022 Armenia Service Program (ASP)
July 5-26, 2022
Ages 18-30
Led by: Fr. Hratch Sargsyan

Fr. Hratch Sargsyan of St. Gregory of Narek Church in Richmond Heights, OH will be the group leader of this year’s trip to help guide our young people on their journey to their homeland. This summer, we are partnering with the Fuller Center of Housing, Camp Aragats, Fund for Armenian Relief and Ayo! for a number of service opportunities for our participants. Participants will also have the opportunity to explore religious and cultural sites throughout Armenia. We are pleased to offer this travel experience to our homeland at the reduced rate of $2600.00 for the first 20 participants to register. The price includes round trip airfare from JFK Airport to Yerevan, ground transportation and transfers in Armenia, all tours with a bilingual tour guide, lodging, and two meals a day.

VIEW: ASP Itinerary and Program Overview

LEARN MORE: The ASP Fact Sheet

APPLY: For the 2022 Armenia Service Program

We recommend that participants register or ASP by April 1st.
For more information, please feel free to contact Jennifer Morris or call (248) 648-0702.