On Wednesday morning January 31, the official opening of the Fountain of Philip took place. The property belongs to the Armenian Apostolic Patriarchate. The Jerusalem Development Authority, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Nature and Parks Authority have renovated the site in close cooperation with the Armenian Apostolic Patriarchate Continue Reading →
The Church of St. Saviour’s on Mount Zion is renovated and looks splendid. Last Saturday, October 28, Vespers were celebrated in St. Saviour’s, and the images in the church were anointed by His Beatitude Archbishop Nourhan Manougian. Sunday, October 29 the Divine Liturgy was celebrated in St. Saviour’s.
Visit to the Armenian Patriarchate 21-6-2017 My name is Leonardo Cohen. I am a lecturer at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, and my research deals with issues related to Ethiopian Christianity, the history of the Society of Jesus, and the history Continue Reading →
The restoration on the Aedicule in the Holy Sepulchre started on October 26, 2016. The restoration is progressing well:
Published with permission of Mrs. Sudilovsky: Tonight my husband and I had been looking forward to taking our sons to the final event of the Manofim Art festival at the Binyan Clal building in downtown where you were to be one of the choirs performing in the new space my Continue Reading →
The Jerusalem Municipality sent us information about upcoming renovations at Armenian Patriarchate Road. Especially for us they translated the information into Armenian! Thank you Jerusalem Municipality. Please take note of the following traffic changes: If you click on the following links, you can download and print the flyers of the Continue Reading →
Located inside the Hayotz Vank, (Armenian Convent), in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, Srpots Tarkmanchatz Varjaran, School of the Holy Translators, operates under the jurisdiction of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem. The school educates male and female students from age three through grade twelve. Since its establishment in Continue Reading →